Movie and TV streaming service, JMSlide has launched in the US, UAE, and Nigeria
With the turnout of celebrities in the movie industry at the unveiling ceremony recently in Abeokuta, there is a strong indication that JMslide will serve as a strong competition from online rivals, who are within the range of 2 million subscribers.
Great Jonliz-Betty Nigeria Limited, which the brain behind Jonliz market and Jonliz films, has once again proven to be indigenous with the initiation of a world-class movie streaming platform.
Movie veteran, Bolaji Amusan who is popularly known as Mr Latin commended the initiator of the very first indigenous online movie streaming platform, Prince Olaniyi Karonwi, for his doggedness and commitment to changing the narrative in Nigeria movie industry. He also assured Nigerians within the country and those in the diaspora, of optimum entertainment when they subscribe to JMSlide.
The Streaming Platform, which is currently getting an avalanche of subscriptions across the world is changing the narrative of the viewer experience, not just in quality content but also in carefully drafted storylines that are worth paying to watch.
JM Slide is an outcome of due diligence in the creative industry. It considers all the loopholes in Nigerian movies and decided to launch a platform that will challenge content creation narratives, storylines, visual display and quality to compete on a global scale.
JMSlide is poised to serve as an only rallying point for all exclusive indigenous videos for uninterrupted streaming speed like never before.
The platform offers tons of titles, classics and exclusive movies that are only reserved by JMSlide. The website rotates its offerings, so there’s always something new to watch.
The Group Managing Director told newsmen that JMSlide is a digital innovation that discourages piracy, and makes movie streaming at affordable subscription cost despite its tons of high-quality exclusive home videos.
We have launched successfully in the United States and UAE, and Nigerians can also access our platform via Smart TV, Web and Mobile devices. By mid-November, Nigerians will be accessible to the full features on all mobile apps. But viewers can still visit www.jmslide-us.com and subscribe for maximum enjoyment.
Subscribers can watch Premium movies from as low as ₦1,000 to as high as ₦2,350 per month. The Platinum Plan that has been newly introduced is N27, 600 ($66.24) per annum.
It also allows users to sign-in to receive updates of new movies and more. JMSlide provides a wide range of movies and TV shows that can be streamed up to 1080p, so quality isn’t an issue.
To register as a user doesn’t take more than a minute, and you only need to provide a name, email address, and password.
JMSlide platform is well organized, and the well-designed, search function allows users and subscribers to search by several different criteria.
Visitors can also find great classic indigenous movies as well as entertaining hits on the platform.
The homepage is colourful and very simple to navigate with only a search bar and Category options listed. After you choose your film, just click the play button and begin your journey to 100% entertainment.
One other mitigating factor bedevilling the movie industry that JMSlide aims to end is Piracy. It has become the biggest threat to the motion picture industry worldwide. Aside from the affordable subscription cost, JMSlide also ensures that its contents are secured beyond the interface of its website, while viewers can watch trailers and short clips on its Youtube Channel, Jonliz TV.
Also speaking at the event, Nollywood legend, Yinka Quadri, appeal to Nigerians to embrace this platform to get the best from them;
“When you subscribe to JMSlide, you get to see more of me and my fellow veterans in many of the movies because we are already part of the structure. We trust JMslide with our craft and commitment” he said.
The event had the big shots in the industry in attendance, such as Owolabi Ajasa, Seyi Edun, Jide Awobona, Wole Sorunke, popularly known as Mc Murphy and many more