Nigerian pay TV operator TStv Africa, which was unveiled in October last year but was put on hiatus, has resumed full operations and will this month start to sell decoders nationwide.
The company said decoder sales will begin on November 28 and the platform will have more than 72 television channels. These include TVC News, BBC World News, TravelXP, A1 Kids and Grande Bolly. Other include AIT, Aljazeera, NTA, CGTN and Wap TV
TStv Africa in a statement said: “Dear Nigerians, we wish to immensely thank you for standing by us all through our trying times and wish to confirm to you that TStv Africa is now stable in operation.
“Sequel to this, nationwide sales of decoder and accessories will effectively commence from 28th November, 2018 with access to over 72 TV channels. Please feel free to walk into any nearby TStv Africa retail outlet to pick up your decoders and accessories. We appreciate you for standing by us.”
As well as channels in the genres of music, news, religion, lifestyle, fashion, health and kids, TStv offers complimentary internet services, video calls and other features 9n a bouquet that is intended to be affordable to Nigerians.
Nigerian entertainment channel WAP TV has acquired rights to more than 1,000 hours of Spanish, Yoruba and English TV drama series and films.
The titles, including Spanish-language telenovelas Elena’s Ghost (from Telemundo) and Missing, an adaptation of Chilean series Dónde Está Elisa?, will begin airing in HD from August 1. All content will have English subtitles.
Wole Adenuga, MD of WAP TV, said: “We take pride in our meticulous selection process, which guarantees that all our viewers get only the best content.
“We equally recognise the various tastes of our different audience members and work towards their satisfaction regardless of their age, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic class and more.”
The Yoruba movies will air during WAP’s Awokogbkn slot, while English films will broadcast during its Reel Naija slot.
WAP TV is a 24-hour indigenous entertainment channel. It is available on various pay TV platforms, including DSTV (channel 262), StarTimes (channel 116), GOtv (channel 102), StarSat (channel 189), Play TV (channel 275), TSTV (channel 223) and MyTV.