MultiChoice has announced a number of changes to its leadership team, including the appointment of Nyiko Shiburi as the new chief executive officer of MultiChoice South Africa.
MultiChoice is a South African company that operates the DStv satellite television a Direct To Home, a major satellite TV service in Sub-Saharan Africa and GOtv, a Digital Terrestrial Television a minor satellite TV service operating in over 13 Sub-Saharan African countries and Showmax a Video On Demand service. — Wikipedia
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Africa’s biggest pay-TV operator, MultiChoice, is ringing in leadership changes.
French media giant, Canal+ SA has acquired a 6.5% stake in MultiChoice.
The pay-TV operator reported a rise in revenue to R51.4bn, including R42.8bn in subscription revenue, which increased 4% year on year
MultiChoice has announced that its chief executive for South Africa, Mark Rayner, has resigned.
The interest of French group Canal+ highlights MultiChoice’s role as a gatekeeper to the continent
The company said all the changes, set to come into effect on December, 1, will consolidate its ‘strong focus’ on remaining a leader in African entertainment
MultiChoice will soon launch a new star-based DStv Rewards loyalty programme in South Africa.
MultiChoice will soon add both Netflix and Amazon Prime as video streamers to its DStv platform.
MultiChoice announced that it will be rolling out a refresh of its British entertainment line-up.
Without naming them, we have signed agreements with two major international platforms, says MultiChoice CFO Tim Jacobs.
MultiChoice Group signed deals with Netflix and Amazon to offer their streaming services through its new decoder.