AfricaNews.com goes mobile !
Africa Interactive, the publisher of the pan-African news website AfricaNews.com, is announcing the release of their mobile news website: http://m.africanews.com This latest innovation follows an unprecedented mobile phone revolution in Africa in the past years. The mobile version of Africanews.com makes the company one of the few African media outlets to both source and publisch content via mobile devices.The company has previously been recognized for its efforts in mobile reporting, receiving a nomination from the Webby Awards in 2008.
Africa Interactive believes the mobile website is unique as it is the only mobile service dedicated to broad news on Africa. As internet on mobile devices flourishes in Africa the company has again taken the lead to serve new and emerging audiences.
This website is optimized for mobile devices and gives a clear overview of the latest news submitted by the 400 AfricaNews.com reporters who report from 35 African countries. Visitors of the mobile website can also send in their own news tips and contributions to the editorial team by using the ‘News Tip’ application. Everyone can now report the latest news from anywhere in Africa!
AfricaNews is the most compelling interactive Africa community, sharing news, photos, opinions, videos, mobile reports and the untold stories by African people. All content on the website is created by African reporters. The editorial team of Africanews.com in Accra, Ghana supervises all content in the news section.
Africa Interactive, the publisher of AfricaNews.com, is a fast growing multimedia press- and content agency in Africa.
Website AfricaNews Mobile website: http://m.africanews.com
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Website Africa Interactive: http://www.africa-interactive.net
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