Video-On-Demand

Jun 12, 2018  |  Kwesé And Safaricom Partner To Provide Kenyans Live Feed Of 2018 World Cup Games

Smartphone users in Kenya now have the opportunity to stream the fast approaching Russia World Cup matches on the Kwesé iflix platform anywhere, anytime on their devices thanks to the launch of Giga Football Passes a unique data bundle by ...


Jun 05, 2018  |  Survey Shows Kenyans Consume Video Contents For Over Six Hours Daily

Consumer Market Research Firm GFK has published the result of a survey conducted in Kenya which indicates that  97 percent of Kenyan adults who have access to the Internet are using some form of online service, with nearly two-thirds paying ...


Jun 04, 2018  |  Nigeria: Linda Ikeji, Renowed Blogger, To Launch Online TV Platform

The new Linda Ikeji TV, an online streaming service, has launched with the hope becoming the leader in African online video content just like its blog did in the blogging world. On the new channel, viewers and lovers of the ...


May 23, 2018  |  South Africa: Cell C's 'Black' To Compete With Netflix With Its Local Content Advantage

South Africa's Black, the new streaming platform launched last year by mobile operator Cell C, is responding to pressure to succeed in the streaming business to avoid being a number in the statistics of local players who tried and failed. ...


South Africa: Cell C’s Black Is Convinced OTT Platforms Are No Threat To Broadcasters' Jobs

The CEO of 'Black' - the new streaming platform from South Africa's Cell C -  Ms Surie Ramasary has said that although Netflix is a competitor, it is not preventing local media companies from thriving and it does not pose ...

Zimbabwe: BAZ Grants TelOne License To Operate VOD Service

TelOne, a telecommunications operator in Harare, Zimbabwe has acquired an operating license from  the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) to provide a video-on-demand (VoD) service The announcement was made by BAZ reads: “Please note that TelOne (Pvt) Ltd has been ...

iflix Begins Business Operation in Egypt, Aims To Dominate MENA

Video-on-demand streaming service, iflix, has announced it has signed an agreement with Vodafone Egypt to provide unlimited access to its digital content to mobile users in the North African nation. Vodafone would bring to subscribers the iflix library consisting of ...

Multichoice Gives An Estimate Of Number of Subscribers on NetFlix in South Africa

MultiChoice has revealed that video-on-demand platform, Netflix, has an estimated subscriber base that ranges between 300,000 and 400,000 in South Africa since its launch in January 2016. Netflix however, does not break down its international subscriber numbers by country. CEO ...

Netflix Hits 125 Million Subscribers; Makes USD 3.6 Billion In Q1 2018

Netflix, the popular video-on-demand (VOD) platform has announced that now has 125 million subscribers. The VOD company has also released its Q1 2018 financial results, which reveal that the company made $3.6 billion in streaming revenue from its 125 million ...

Morocco: iflix Introduces Subscription Video-on-Demand (SVOD) Services

iflix, a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service has now been made available in Morocco, with a one-month free trial. Members who are on ‘Club Inwi’ are being offered a whooping six-month unlimited access to iflix as part of subscriber privilege service ...

South Africa: Cell C OffersFree Streaming For Its Black Subscribers At Easter

Cell C, a Mobile Data Operator in South Africa has announced that it will be offering free online streaming services to subscribers on its 'Black' platform. Black is the platform from that Cell C in South Africa launched with a ...

Cell C Enters Africa's OTT TV and VOD Market With "Black"; In Partnership With Vubiquity

BMA understood that Cell C (a South African mobile telecom operator) is entering the OTT TV and VoD market with content provider Vubiquity. Cell C is coming to this market with the brand "Black" and will offer sports, kids and ...

Cote D'Ivoire: Orange TV Streaming Service Launched With Norigin

Orange TV, part of Orange Group, is launching a video streaming service in Cote d’Ivoire using the multi-screen TV apps developed for it by Norigin Media. This service is linked to Orange Money, providing users with television streaming on their ...

Econet Media Work With Roku And Netflix To Deliver Kwese Play

Econet Media is said to have reached an advanced stage in its entry into the African streaming service with its Video On Demand (VOD) platform Kwese Play. The company is reported to be working with Roku (for the streaming box) ...