GOtv adds channels for northern subs

By Content Nigeria reporter
April 8, 2019


Nigerian pay TV platform GOtv has added nine new local channels to its subscribers in Jos and Kaduna in line with the company’s goal to not only promote Nigeria’s heritage but also make diverse cultural content available on all its platforms.

John Ugbe

Subscribers on the GOtv Max and Plus packages will have access to these new channels, which will be added to the DTT platform this week. The channels include Spice TV, MiTV, Wap TV, ITV Benin, Biscon, Liberty TV, Tiwan Tiwan, R2TV and Rave.

CEO of MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe said: “One of our value propositions is to ensure that we have a varied range of local channels that cut across different genres for a more wholesome viewing experience for our customers.

“These channels offer originally produced programmes that cater to the different tastes and preferences of our customers. We are also excited to offer these channels as part of our efforts in enabling Nigeria achieve a speedy digital switch over.”

GOtv’s Max package currently offers over 20 channels showing news, entertainment and movies. The platform is part of South Africa-based pay TV group MultiChoice.