Ghana’s Music Platform, Fiesta TV Is Now Offered In Sub-Saharan Africa On DStv And GOtv
DStv and GOtv subscribers will now enjoy Fiesta TV regardless of which package they are on.
The Business Manager of Fiesta TV, Jay Foley said that lovers of Ghanaian music throughout Africa can now enjoy musical greats from Ghana and much more on Fiesta TV. He declared that music lovers on the continent wouldn’t just watch Fiesta TV, they would experience it.
Foley added that this exciting new feat of Fiesta TV would not have been possible without the support of the team at MultiChoice Ghana.
Fiesta TV’s Business Manager explained that Fiesta TV is encouraging Ghanaian video directors and artists to produce high-quality content and music videos in order to sell their brands as well as Ghana better.
He said that Ghana has incredible musical talents; nightlife and an energetic pop culture scene so Fiesta TV had been positioned to project these to the world. He added that Fiesta TV would continue to appeal to the same demographic in the forty-eight countries in Africa where it can be watched on DStv.
According to the Managing Director of MultiChoice Ghana, Cecil Sunkwa-Mills, MultiChoice is excited that this first-class Ghanaian music channel is now available on its pan-African platform as this will create new opportunities for the Entertainment and Arts industry.
Sunkwa-Mills also agreed that the Ghanaian arts scene is a very vibrant one and said that MultiChoice believed that Fiesta TV would give players the platform to grow and transform the industry into a powerful economic force. The Managing Director added that opening this particular channel into the continent was part of MultiChoice’s commitment to making exciting local content more accessible to its markets and also to enrich the lives of its customers.
Fiesta TV is an extension of the EIB Network and recently completed a rebranding process to further boost its appeal to audiences. The channel will soon be introducing live production and plans to showcase some local productions during the festive season.
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