Leading Pay TV service company, MultiChoice Nigeria, has promised to deliver an all-round experience from the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar for its customers.
MultiChoice, in collaboration with sports betting and digital entertainment outfit, BetKing, has officially announced the resumption of SuperPicks for the 2022/23 football season. Launched in 2021, SuperPicks is a revolutionary platform where fans can use their sports knowledge to compete in free-to-play games for bragging rights and life-changing cash prizes. To deepen viewer’s sporting experience,…
The 2022 African Cup of Nations received 900 million digital impressions across all channels, while Big Brother Naija Level Up had 10.1 billion digital impressions in its first two weeks.
Satellite television broadcasting outfit, Multichoice, on Thursday, gathered its partners, including journalists, to preview its offerings ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which it is planning to relay live to its Nigerian audience.
For its subscribers on DStv and GOtv, MULTICHOICE Nigeria has announced expanded coverage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and a special Big Brother Naija +SA edition. John Ugbe, CEO of MultiChoice Nigeria, commented on the special coverage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the upcoming season of Big Brother: "MultiChoice is thrilled to…
A Competition and Consumer Protection (CCPC) Tribunal sitting in Abuja has held that tariff increase by MultiChoice, the operator of Gotv and DStv, was just and legal, and that only the President of Nigeria has powers to regulate prices in certain circumstances.
According to the firm, for the first time, 11 English Premier League (EPL) matches will be open to both DStv and GOtv subscribers from September 1 to September 4.
Leading Pay TV service company, MultiChoice Nigeria, recently organised the second edition of its flagship training programme for broadcast professionals in collaboration with the
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) Tribunal sitting in Abuja, on Thursday, adjourned ruling in the matter between an Abuja-based lawyer, Festus Onifade, Coalition of Nigerian Consumers and pay TV service provider, MultiChoice Nigeria, Limited, till Monday.
The Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd/Gte (MCSN) has recorded growth in its 2021 income. The society’s financial report for the year ended December 31, 2021, showed a great leap in surplus
Port Harcourt Divison of Appeal Court, yesterday, reportedly ordered MultiChoice, owners of DSTV and GoTV, to sub-license some television channels to Metro Digital Limited, within 21 days,
There is extraordinarily little doubt, even among the most demanding assessors, that the African film industry has grown. However, while its contributions to the economies of individual countries were eye-catching enough to warrant recognition of its potential, the growth anticipated has not exactly materialized, as it generates about $5 billion per annum as against a projected $20 billion.