NEW YORK, United States, 1 October 2015 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Africa.com the leading Africa-related digital media company and African Media Agency (AMA), leader in Africa content distribution today announced a strategic partnership.
The AMA feed of press releases is now available on Africa.com website. This collaboration strengthens AMA's reach to an educated American audience, curious about Africa and keen to explore investment opportunities as well as keeping informed on the most important issues shaping the future of the continent.
"Africa.com is pleased to partner with African Media Agency as we share a common goal of showcasing Africa in the new millennium – not just a single story, but the full range.", commented Teresa Clarke, Chairman, CEO and Executive Editor of Africa.com
Africa.com is the only African media company chosen to be a member of the White House Traveling Press Corps. In addition, Africa.com serves on President Obama's Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa. Africa.com produces the highly popular Top10, which is a carefully curated selection of the most important news stories in Africa each day with the motto, "We read all the African news so that you don't have to." Africa.com's readers demand easy to digest, high quality news and information about Africa from a source they can trust.
"We are witnessing a dramatic transformation in the American- African relations and more so since the first US-Africa summit that took place in August last year", said Eloïne Barry, CEO of AMA. "This partnership with Africa.com is a major step forward as we extend our reach to an American audience, who is becoming more Africa-savvy."
AMA offers their clients reach to the most important media houses of the 54 countries of the African continent along with visibility to a global audience. This alliance allows AMA to tap into Africa.com's over one million monthly visitors. AMA has been at the forefront of shaping the pan African news agenda by engaging in significant partnerships in 2015.
In addition to the website, Africa.com is a multi-media platform that reaches millions through daily and weekly newsletter subscriptions, along with SMS/text content distributed via African mobile telcos and video productions that have aired not only online, but on television in 50 African countries, plus Europe and the US.
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