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Broadcasting Services  |  More Home Viewership Of The FIFA 2018 World Cup In Africa - Research

A leading research service platform from Africa, GeoPoll has released a report which indicates that across Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Senegal and Tanzania, about 70 to 83 percent of African women plan to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup ...

Content Services  |  FIFA World Cup 2018: African Sports TV Broadcasters Adopt A 'Go-Slow' Mode

With less than two months to the start of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, not much has changed with the activities of the African sports television broadcasters to drive momentum for the games. SuperSport, a Market leader in sports ...

SuperSport Introduces Pop-Up Channels Ahead of 2018 Fifa World Cup

SuperSport, Africa’s leading sports broadcaster, will launch the build-up to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in earnest this month by starting a 24-hour pop-up channel dedicated to international football showpiece. The new channel, "SuperSport 13", will start broadcasting a ...

Hisense Aims To Deliver FIFA World Cup Games Via TV Apps In South Africa

Hisense, a manufacturer of TV and technology equipment, is reported to have approached DStv and Cell C in South Africa with a bid that would allow it distribute and provide coverage of the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia to ...

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