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Nigeria-owned video platform hits top level-VIDYOUP

Nigeria-owned video platform hits top level
Nigeria-owned video platform hits top level

Nigeria-owned video platform hits top level

An amazing lift has hit VIDYOUP, a video hosting, sharing and services platform headquartered in Lagos, as it continued to make waves with over 30 million subscribers across Africa.

VIDYOUP concentrates on the delivery of different video contents by content creators all over the world across a range of devices.

Accessible contents include music videos, video clips, short and documentary films, audio recordings, movie trailers, live streams, and video blogs.

Nigeria-owned video platform hits top level

Although, Most contents are generated by individuals media corporations also publish videos.

Besides watching and uploading, registered users can comment on videos, rate them, create playlists and sub on the scribe to other users

The beautiful platform was created on 30th July 2018 by Nkemjika Uzoma Temple(uzzyefizzy) and co-founded, built and developed by Victory Solomon.

It’s an African and Nigerian owned content hub which monetises for content developers and creators, with over 500 advertisers patronising the platform every year because of the huge number of visitors the site enjoys on a daily basis, it has been tagged as the fastest growing video sharing platform.

All VIDYOUP users can upload videos up to 15 minutes each in duration, with users verifying their account normally through a mobile phone, to gain the ability to upload videos up to 12 hours in length as well as produce live streams.

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