Nine channels from the SPI’s African portfolio are available on Play which recently took over the Consat service and relaunched it on Astra 2F satellite at 28.2 degrees East.
Sub-Saharan Africa OTT TV and video will still be a very immature sector by 2022, with movie and TV episode revenues reaching $640 million for 35 countries.
The terrestrial pay-TV operator Communications Trend Limited (CLT) has become the first customer to deploy Conax’s newly launched Contego-as-a-Service cloud-based content protection platform.
SES said the results of its first Satellite Monitor study on the Nigerian market, show that the operator’s satellites reach 2.81 million TV homes across the country.
SPI International has signed an agreement with Digitune Media Technologies.
SES has signed a multi-year agreement with Cable Channels Nigeria (CCNL) to provide a video platform, via SES’s orbital position 28.2 degrees East, for the provision of DTT and DTH platforms in Nigeria.
Inview Technology has successfully completed its software integration with the first batch of set-top boxes for the launch of the Nigerian digital switchover.
Arewa24, the 24-hour free-to-air Hausa-language entertainment and lifestyle channel, has signed a multi-year capacity lease with on Eutelsat 16A.
The Nigerian DTH platform ConSat TV has chosen Spacecom’s Amos-5 at 17 degrees East for the distribution of its service.
SmartVOD by Vonetize launches the first ever OTT Hollywood premium service in Africa.