Zylofon Arts Fund (ZAF), a subsidiary of Zylofon Media after months of its establishment to help the creative arts industry has employed thousand young and energetic Ghanaians.
According to the Public Relations Officer for Zylofon Arts Fund, Frank Kwabena Owusu popularly known as Franky 5, the institution has employed 100 people in all ten regions in Ghana.
He further revealed that the thousand recruited will be engaged as direct sales representatives to sell movies financed by the Zylofon Arts Fund in their regions which will help boost movie sales in Ghana.
Speaking on the yet-to-be-launched Zylofon View app, the PRO explained that the new platform is to help save the dying the Ghanaian movie industry.
Frank Owusu added that movie producers earn about 80% of the total amount generated from movies uploaded on Zylofon View. He also stressed that “the movies should not be uploaded on any other online platform if you agree to put on Zylofon View.”
The Zylofon View app is a platform created to premiere the latest films in the country which will allow movie lovers to watch the latest movies on their mobile devices.
The app is set to be launched on Friday, September 7, 2018, at the Zylofon Media Headquarters in Accra.