Global Revenue Share for Authors, Musicians, Animators and Film Makers
Join large publishers, independent content creators as well as children authors, illustrators, animators and film makers globally to create, share and monetize your storybooks, audiobooks, animations and films through our DreamAfrica marketplace for school, family and travel. We support a unique and competitive revenue share program for our content partners who maintain maximum control of their copyright while monetizing their creative assets digitally either exclusively on DreamAfrica on non-exclusively to compliment their existing revenue streams like print and toys. Inquire about our DreamAfrica Kids (0-12 years), DreamAfrica Teen (13 -18 years) and DreamAfrica Adult (18+ years) family of apps by contacting us.
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In an increasingly global community, DreamAfrica wants to share multilingual and multicultural stories with the world and keep the storytelling tradition alive. Whether you want your children to stay in touch with their cultural roots or want to expose your children to more culturally diverse content than what is readily available in public schools and mainstream entertainment, DreamAfrica seeks to be a common entertainment and educational platform in the household and classroom.
DreamAfrica and South African Airways, both proud co-sponsors of the forthcoming New York Africa Restaurant Week (NYARW), Oct. 2-16. See full list of events here: http://nyarw.com/#. South African Airways, a Star Alliance Member, is the national carrier of South Africa and flies to over 35 destinations across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Australia and North and South America. From its first flight in 1934, SAA has welcomed the world to South Africa by showing off the warm generous heart of its country.