Hundreds of thousands of ballots were cast from 130 countries; and Izogn Movies came out on top not once, but twice. The Black Web Awards has recognized 3 years of African, African American and Caribbean excellence online. Black TV Online’s announcement of Izogn Movies’ awards was received with great gratitude both to Black TV Online and the voters who made the opportunity possible.
“I’m very excited and grateful that we have gotten such positive feedback from the online community,” says Chidum Okwue, Director of Operations at Izogn Movies. “This gives us more reason to make Izogn more than just a service, but an experience that our customers continue to enjoy.” Izogn Movies’ video vault continues to grow weekly with new releases available on Izogn’s website every Friday.
Izogn Movies has claimed dedication to becoming the online heart of the African film community, and plans to add additional features in the coming months, including a more user-friendly interface that will help visitors find exactly what they are looking for. The company’s web developers are currently working to provide more search categories that will make your visit to the website more enjoyable. Advertising on the website has also become more valuable as Izogn’s audience continues to grow, showing strong participation.
New and existing users of Izogn Movies will soon be welcomed with these new “perks” and more, as the company’s success continues to expand. Additional information about Izogn Movies can be found at www.izognmovies.com. Izogn welcomes new visitors to join and watch their first movie for free.
# # #
About Izogn Movies:
Founded in 2004, Izogn Movies is the leader in Nigerian, Nollywood and African online movie streaming services. Izogn Movies has the largest selection of African titles, with a library consisting of over 3,000 titles. Partnered with Nollywood, the 3rd largest film industry in the world, Izogn Movies brings the latest film titles to their website every week. Izogn Movies uses the latest web technology to deliver high-quality African content to viewers across the world. Currently, Izogn Movies offers English, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo movies, as well as a new addition: Ghanaian films.