Nigeria's massive movie industry is ushering in a new online media platform that hopes to deliver an improved production quality for viewers.
While Nollywood is estimated to be raking $600-million annually and producing more than 2 000 films, the production quality is often below average.
702's John Robbie spoke to Southern African Editor of The Africa Report, Crystal Orderson, regarding the matter.
In a study conducted by the World Bank, it found that for every one movie sold, there's 9 that can be purchased through illegal distributors.
Listen to the conversation below:
There's a new Nollywood emerging, it's online. It's the largest online distribution channel on the continent.— Crystal Orderson, The Africa Report