SaloneJamboree has launched its Android Mobile App and a newly designed website in a bid to advance its market reach and provide more access to content in the emerging arts, entertainment, culture and tourism industry in Sierra Leone.
The Mobile App was created by a team of experts from Jamboree Consult, a subsidiary of SaloneJamboree. It is available on the Google Playstore to all Android devices for free.
Founder and CEO of SaloneJamboree, Murtala Mohamed Kamara said SaloneJamboree newspaper is steadily moving to digital. “We want to increase our readership and help promote our clients’ products far and wide using this platform. We also want to promote our rich endowment in the arts and entertainment industry and the tourism sector thereby helping in the rebranding efforts of Sierra Leone,” Kamara said of the new app.
Kamara said with the new website and mobile app, SaloneJamboree subscribers now have access to reliable and current information on arts and entertainment at their doorstep. The new mobile app has distinct features. It has live feed from SaloneJamboree on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. You can follow SaloneJamboree newspaper articles and follow posts from various SaloneJamboree social media platforms from the mobile app.
The app also hosts an online radio station (Think Radio), which is presently on test transmission on the app. Think Network is a partnership between SaloneJamboree and Prime International. Subscribers will have access live to a stream of events in and out of Sierra Leone.
The SaloneJamboree Mobile App is the latest accomplishment of Sierra Leone’s foremost Arts and Entertainment Newspaper. SaloneJamboree became the first online newspaper to be launched in Sierra Leone on the 29th of May, 2009 by the late former Deputy Minister of Information, Hon. Haja Saidata Sesay. The print newspaper was launched a year later, followed by a Jamboree Consultancy outfit.
The CEO is urging individuals and institutions to take advantage of this unique opportunity by advertising their products and services to hundreds of thousands of potential customers using these platforms.
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