Pay TV platform StarTimes TV Nigeria has introduced three new channels to its digital terrestrial bouquet.
The company has this month launched two indigenous channels, Ngbati and Arewa TV, which are in the Yoruba and Hausa languages, respectively. It has also debuted comedy channel U-laff TV.
These channels will air on the pay TV platform on channels 137, 138 and 131, respectively.
Speaking about this new development, StarTimes Nigeria’s brand and marketing director Qasim Elegbede said: “We are very excited about our new channel offerings and the role of StarTimes in promoting local content and cultural values.
“It is a true testament of our vision to transform the pay TV landscape in this country and make digital television services a must-have for all Nigerians. Subscribers can now look out for more interesting movies and series in Hausa and Igbo languages and local English comedy.”
StarTimes TV is one of the leading pay TV platforms in Africa, offering diverse entertainment with over 80 channels cutting across movies, news, sports, TV drama series, kids entertainment, documentaries and indigenous channels.