Dubbed the Pan-African entertainment television show, once expected to hit our silver screens, WatsUp TV has gone to achieve that and can now roll its head for becoming one of the pace setting entertainment shows promoting African Video Content when they launched their revolutionary program on Ghanaian Television in 2014 at the High Gate Hotel in Accra attended by the famous Football Freestyler and Guiness Book of Record holder, Iya Traore.
The gap between the consumption of African entertainment content of within the sub region has seen a great improvement when they recently launched the Top 10 Show which features Videos from both the Anglophone and Francophone Countries. Also with a Facebook following of over 31,000 and very engaged on twitter with 15,000 followers, WatsUp TV has really delivered on its mission to have a show created by the fans.
The recently launched WatsUp TV Africa Music Video Awards (WAMVA) slated for 2016 has also been praised as most people didn’t expect such a great idea and I initiative to be embarked soonest but with the dedication of the team to promote Africa Videos, it is optimistic that it will be achieved and will becomes a trademark for the globe to judge African contents.
The show has also featured contents bringing interviews with various African Celebrities in almost all the African Countries. Looking into the future with WatsUp TV, the next thing to expect from them would be a 24 hours digital channel which I believe will come as a great relief for most Africans.
Source – Bossu Kule – GhJoy.Net