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DStv adds news network

Pay TV operator MultiChoice Africa has introduced a new channel on its DStv platform across the continent.

Features

Njoku, du Puy on Canal+ ROK deal

ROK founder Mary Njoku and Canal+ International’s Jacques du Puy discuss this week’s deal bringing ROK under the wing of the French group.

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MLW, StarTimes enter the ring

Sports media company Major League Wrestling is set to air its TV series Major League Wrestling: Fusion on StarTimes across Africa.

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France’s Canal+ acquires ROK

France-based Canal+ Group has acquired Nollywood broadcaster and production studio ROK for an undisclosed sum as part of a move to boost its local production in Africa.

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Sipromad takes over Africanews

Pan-African television and multilingual news media service Africanews has been bought by the Madagascar-based Sipromad Group for close to US$20m.

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Discovery’s Real Time joins DStv, GOtv

Pay TV company MultiChoice has added Discovery’s entertainment channel Real Time to its DStv and Gotv services to be aired all over the continent.

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MultiChoice unveils GOtv mobile app

Pay TV company MultiChoice has launched a mobile app that allows its customers of its digital terrestrial platform, GOtv, to make changes to their accounts.

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M6 sets up in French-speaking Africa

French broadcaster M6 Group is planning to launch a service in French-speaking Africa under the name M6 International.

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Muslim group demands BBNaija ban

A Nigerian Muslim group has urged president Muhammadu Buhari to ban reality show Big Brother Naija, which is currently in its fourth season.

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StarTimes to air live ICC matches

Pay TV company StarTimes is gearing up to broadcast the pre-season tournament of the upcoming International Champions Cup football competition.

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Pineapple TV launches in Nigeria

Kids’ and family channel Pineapple TV has been launched in Nigeria via StarTimes.

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NTA, NCC campaign against piracy

The Nigerian Television Authority and the Nigerian Copyright Commission have linked up to launch a copyright awareness and enforcement campaign in a bid to stamp out broadcast piracy.