Sky’s Glass TV product and experience will be made available to customers in South Africa following an agreement with MultiChoice.
Canal+ has taken its holding in African pay-TV platform Multichoice to 18.44%.
Multichoice grew its installed base by another 0.9 million in the last 90 days to reach a total of 21.8 million households.
Disney+ will launch in South Africa on May 18 and be made available to DStv subscribers via the Explora Ultra decoder on the same day.
Multichoice is to limit the number of devices able to view content on its DStv service at anyone time.
Multichoice is to open two new TV channels Maningue Magic and Kwenda Magic – for audiences in Mozambique and Angola respectively.
Canal+ has upped its stake in MultiChoice by another 3%, the South African pay platform has confirmed.
MultiChoice has deployed GeoComply Solutions’ GeoGuard VPN and proxy detection solution in a bid to combat content piracy.
Azuri Technologies has announced a new partnership that will bring content from DStv to off-grid households in Kenya.
Metrological’s Application Platform has been selected by MultiChoice as the operator looks to make its mark as a ‘super aggregator’.