Nigeria’s broadcast regulator has fined MultiChoice and others ₦5-million each for airing a BBC report it said “glorified the activities of bandits”.
The competition appeal court has delivered a victory to e.tv parent eMedia in its fight with MultiChoice over the termination of four of eMedia’s channels on DStv.
South Africans are increasingly choosing streaming over satellite TV, Ellies Holdings said on Friday, blaming this in large part for the group swinging to a full-year loss.
RT, the Kremlin-backed television network, is setting up its first Africa bureau as President Vladimir Putin seeks to entrench support on the continent.
Exclusive | The SABC has accused SuperSport, SA Rugby and the Premier Soccer League of anticompetitive and exclusionary behaviour.
France’s Groupe Canal+ has again increased its stake in MultiChoice Group, taking its position in the South African broadcaster to 20.1%.
Multichoice Group is looking to spend half its content investment on African shows with local actors and producers within the next two years.
MultiChoice Group will be ready to showcase the 2022 Fifa World Cup in 4K ultra-high-definition resolution, its CEO, Calvo Mawela, said.
MultiChoice Group does not plan an aggressive launch of its digital terrestrial television offering in South Africa due to its limited access to spectrum.
The number of premium DStv subscribers on MultiChoice Group’s books in South Africa fell by 4% in the year to end-March 2022.