Home Entertainment History and Lifetime channels to remain on DStv

History and Lifetime channels to remain on DStv

MultiChoice is delighted to have reached an agreement with A+E Networks Africa to extend the current contract to air HISTORY and LIFETIME channels on the DStv platform.  

This extension of the contract, which was set to expire at the end of October, will ensure that viewers continue to enjoy their favourite factual entertainment shows on HISTORY, alongside exciting entertainment series on LIFETIME.

This means that viewers won’t lose out on amazing Lifetime programmes which include the premiere of Heartbreak Island, new seasons of Married at First Sight and the upcoming series Surviving Jeffery Epstein.

Diehard History fans can look forward to new seasons of favourites including, Curse of Oak Island and Forged in Fire as well as factual series such as Watergate and Rise of the Superbombs.

“We are excited to have reached this agreement as it allows us to ensure we meet our commitment to get the best programming for our customers, based on commercial terms that make sense and provide a value for money offering to customers. We are pleased that Lifetime will also now be available to our Compact customers from Friday 1st November”, commented Yolisa Phahle, MultiChoice Group CEO for General Entertainment.

“We appreciate our customers’ patience and feedback and have their best interests in mind as we continue to work hard to improve our entertainment offering,” Phahle continued.

“We are pleased to have agreed a long-term renewal of our flagship brands, HISTORY and LIFETIME in Africa with our partners, DStv. As part of this renewal, the new distribution of LIFETIME in Compact presents an exciting opportunity to reach millions of new viewers with our unique programming offering,” Commented Dean Possenniskie, Managing Director A+E Networks EMEA.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

NASCAM avails N$1.4 million for royalties

By Jeoffrey Mukubi The Namibian Society of Composers and Authors of Music (NASCAM) recently announced...

SuperStar Records signs first artist 

A new dawn has come for music label company by renowned artist Kalux as...

Kanibal bows out

By Jeoffrey Mukubi After an illustrious ten year tenure as one of Namibia’s very own...

WATCH: Namibia celebrates UN75 in song

In commemoration of the United Nations marking 75 years since its entry into the UN Charter, United Nations...

Rose Blvc scoops big at NAMAs

Believe it or not, a complete newcomer to the NAMAs going by the name Rose Blvc stole this weekend’s show by scooping...