Browsing: DStv Explora

MultiChoice has announced a new upgrade for its high-end DStv Explora personal video recorder (PVR) satellite decoder. A new software update, which will be delivered automatically from 15 September to all active Explora PVR decoders, promises improvements to

Naspers’s video entertainment and Internet businesses showed strong growth in revenue in the year to March 2015, but earnings were once again underpinned by Chinese Internet group Tencent. This as the group

Depressed economy? What depressed economy? MultiChoice, which owns DStv, M-Net and SuperSport, has turned in another strong financial performance for the year ended 31 March 2015

MultiChoice has announced a big software update to its Explora personal video recorder decoder to improve content discovery, including much-improved search functionality, as well as the ability

Hot on the heels of the launch of two new video-on-demand (VOD) services in South Africa, MultiChoice has announced that it is expanding its transactional VOD platform, BoxOffice, to subscribers of its lower-cost DStv Compact bouquet. Previously, BoxOffice was available only to DStv Premium

DStv parent MultiChoice has taken the wraps off a new, low-cost decoder meant to get high-definition (HD) content into more homes. The company has announced its first HD single-view decoder, the DStv HD Decoder, which offers HD and Dolby Digital

Imagine being able to watch the latest hit shows on South African television just hours after they’ve been aired in the US. That’s what local pay-television viewers can now look forward to. Due to the growing threat posed by online piracy, M-Net, the pay-TV operator in the MultiChoice stable has announced it will

MultiChoice, the owner and operator of pay-television service DStv, intends opening a data pipe on its Explora personal video recorder (PVR) decoder this year, paving the way for consumers to be able to watch on-demand services via the Internet. Group CEO for broadcast technology Gerdus

Another year is behind us, and 2013 was another important one in South Africa’s technology industry. We know what our favourite stories were in 2013, but which articles did you, TechCentral’s readers, click on the most. These are the pieces, in ascending order from 10 to one, that generated the most