The much talked about SPARROW STATION by Sparrow Connect INC, a brainchild of Sparrow Production which streams quality African entertainment has just gone LIVE—meaning you can head over to http://sparrowstation.com and watch the new short film ‘Big For Nothing’ NOW.
Also, season 2 of ‘Adams Apples’ and Peep are up for viewing on Sparrow Station, which you can watch by paying a little amount with your debit card, credit card or paypal…
As you may know, Sparrow Station streams a growing collection of feature films, series and short films produced by Sparrow Productions and other partner production houses.
The experience of watching content on Sparrow Station is really easy; it’s as simple as browsing through the available titles and renting, using a debit card, credit card or paypal.
Most content can be viewed up to three months depending on the title, making it possible to watch favorites over and over again.
Sparrow Station is driven to provide the best possible online video streaming experience of progressive African entertainment.
Adams Apples, Peep and all your classic favourites from Sparrow including Perfect Picture, ‘Life and Living It’ are showing on there NOW…
And don’t forget to let me know your experience at Sparrow Station after using it…
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