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TIPTOPSTARS: The marketplace for sumptuous entertainment
TTS / Wednesday, 02 January 2013 06:03

newsletterTo complement the traditional media (radio, television and hard copy news publications), online journalism is one thing the world has finally embraced with very little resistance. Increasingly, audiences are getting so attached to online content in a seemingly addictive manner. This kinds of establishes a huge responsibility on publications that have resolved to play the herculean role of not only providing such content, but also satisfying these ever swelling audiences.

Amongst publications that pull enormous attention online are those that duel in the domain of entertainment. This may be explained by the fact that surfing on the Internet in itself is a source of entertainment. That is where TIPTOPSTARS picks up the energy with which it has been riding. Perhaps, showing the world what stuff Cameroon is made of, culturally, is where our inspiration lies.

TIPTOPSTARS is a Cameroonian online magazine (at least for now), that covers and reports stories concerning the entertainment sector of the country. Born way back in 2005, the online magazine took up steam about September 2007 and since then has been a regular and likeable source of entertainment to audiences that go even beyond the country we cover – Cameroon.

Today, said to be one of Cameroon’s leading entertainment portals, TIPTOPSTARS has been committed in exposing and exhibiting works of arts in sub domains of music, film making, fashion designing, modeling, handicraft, Life & style etc. In the process, we report on happenings, profile the actors in the various domains aforementioned, run face-to-face interviews and publish adverts.

For one thing, TIPTOPSTARS is basically promotional in its approach. Reason – Cameroon’s entertainment industry is still in a process of growth and needs more manure to get it erect. It is a sector which gathers more of young people than the older generation and there is no doubt that these courageous Cameroonians must grow and get mature. Fortunately, these sprouting artists have displayed enormous talent which has been acclaimed by observers.

It so happens that Cameroon is a land of plenty in terms of hidden talents. Scores of young Cameroonians are enormously gifted in singing, acting, fashion designing and what have you. Yet, few have the luck to benefit from exposure and in some cases, they sadly remain in the oblivion. Others make frantic attempts at putting their stuff on the platform, yet they duel in an undesired unpopularity. This has caused some less determined, but talented artists to quit the scene pre-maturely. Our outmost mission therefore is to market this rising stars as much as we can.

In the process of carrying out this huge task, TIPTOPSTARS embarks on a relentless talent-search. Once we discover them, we bring these little known, but future stars to the limelight and try in our own way to make them and their works useful to the world. That through us, artists have found good helpers, call them sponsors or producers is a fact we humbly announce here today. That many more have just been inspired by our coverage and gotten really serious with their work is yet another thing we have achieved this far. Yet, we think the road is still long – the journey not so smooth, but we see light at the end of the tunnel.

Meantime, it is important to state that Cameroon is one country whose artists are spread all over the globe. In the United States just as in Europe, in giant South Africa just as in mighty China, our boys and girls rock. TIPTOPSTARS has been very keen on this, reason why our tentacles keep spreading in a bid to dig, find and bring these useful cultural ambassadors to the open. In the process, we have planted and Creative team across the Globe

United States (Ernest Kanjo) [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

Germany (Marcel Adig) [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

Belgium (Titus Banyoh)[ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

Sweden (Agbor Jenet)[ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

South Africa (Solomom Atah Atah)[ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

Douala, Cameroon (Carista Asonganyi)[ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]

Yaounde, Cameroon(Nancy Seino ) [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]
Kumba , Cameroon     Christy Anang [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]
Bamenda, Cameroon  Taboh  Fonta [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]
Buea , Cameroon Samson Tarh    [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ]



Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 January 2013 07:59


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