A major electronics manufacturing facility in East London, which until recently made decoders for MultiChoice, faces possible liquidation after it reportedly failed to make repayments on a R200-million loan.
There is a “pretty good” chance that MultiChoice Group will launch its standalone “dishless” streaming product by the end of its financial year in March 2020, the company said on Thursday.
MultiChoice Group’s average revenue per user has fallen by 5% in South Africa as consumers continue to flock to lower-priced bouquets.
MultiChoice’s streaming video platform DStv Now served a peak of more than 500Gbit/s to sports fans during the Rugby World Cup final – the equivalent of 4TB of data a minute.
There have been growing calls on social media for MultiChoice to share Springbok games in this year’s Rugby World Cup with the SABC. This makes little sense if it’s forced on the company. By Duncan McLeod.
Spark Sport is seeking to appease rugby-obsessed New Zealanders who are furious at technical glitches that plagued its streaming service during the defending World Cup champion’s opening game.