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 |  Viva Africa And Vubiquity Enter Content Partnership Agreement

Vubiquity and Viva Africa have announced a long-term local content licencing agreement. The agreement, entered into earlier this year, will see both organisations collaborating to provide 1000+ premium content titles across West Africa, East Africa and South Africa.   Vubiquity ...
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Pay TV  |  South Africa: DStv Made USD 3.2 Billion In Revenue During 2016 - 2017

Multichoice - Africa's digital TV behemoth - has announced a relatively 'modest' set of financial result for the year ended 31 March 2017. According to results, DStv South Africa generated a total of USD 3.2 Billion in gross pre-tax revenue ...
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Netflix To Reach 128 Million Subscribers And US$15 billion By 2022 - Report

Netflix, the global Video On Demand services behemoth is said to be on track to reach up to 130 million subscribers by 2022, with more of its users now coming from outside its home country - the United States. According ...

StartTimes Grants US 7Million Dollars To Rwanda Broadcasting Agency

The Chinese Government, via the Startimes Group, will be providing a grant of up to US$ 7Million To Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) to help it establish a modern, state-of-the-art, media production and broadcasting facilities in Rwanda. According to RBA's Director ...

Multichoice To Carry Sundance TV On DStv South Africa From June 1st

Multichoice have signed what is reported as 'an exclusive deal' with AMC Networks International (AMCNI) that will bring Sundance TV to the DStv platform in South Africa. The deal will - commencing on 01st of June 2017 - see a ...

Is Naspers Looking At Selling 'Multichoice Africa' To MTN?

Broadcast Media Africa understands that media giant Naspers is contemplating the sale of its Pay-TV property - MultiChoice Africa. As we understood it, the potential sale will not include MultiChoice South Africa, which is still considers "very profitable". The thinking ...

Zuku Owner - Wananchi - To Sell Telecoms And Internet Services Businesses

Further to the restructuring taking place at Wananchi Group, the company has now agreed to sell three (3) of its underperforming businesses - Wananchi Telecom, SimbaNet and iSAT - to Synergy Communications. As previously reported on this platform, Wananchi Group, ...

Reports: Hundreds Of Industry Jobs To Go At Wananchi Group

Sources close to Wananchi Group are reporting that the company is about to lay-off hundreds of staff. The company is currently undergoing major restructuring aimed at helping it better compete with smarter and more focused companies. Alongside the retrenchment exercise, ...

e.tv Brings Four New Channels To The DStv Platform In South Africa

South Africa's broadcast giant, e.tv, has announced it would be adding four (4) of its packaged channels currently on OpenView HD to the South African DStv bouquet. The channels are going to be available on DStv from today, 17th May ...

Canal+ Loses Customers, Sees Africa As Source Of Growth

France's Canal+ is reported to have lost more 400,000 subscribers in past 12months. It now has just over 5million customers on its platform. That said, the Canal+ Group still is very bullish about its future, saying it is now witnessing ...

Is Strive Masiyiwa Spending Another 1.2 Billion Dollars On Kwese TV?

Is Econet Media ready to invest another 1.2 million US dollars to support its Pay TV platform - Kwese? The answer is yes! According to the website Techzim. Techzim said a leaked Econet Media 2016 business plan indicates that Mr ...

Ericsson's Nuvu To Link Up With Airtel Nigeria For An SVOD Play

In Nigeria, the Nuvu platform from Ericsson is teaming up with Airtel Nigeria - a mobile operator - to offer video on demand (VOD) and OTT TV services to its customers. Under the terms of engagement, Airtel subscribers will be ...