MultiChoice denies tariff increase, insists PAYG not feasible
Testifying before the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating non-implementation of the Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) subscription model by satellite television service operators, he explained that the company only implemented the new Value Added Tax (VAT) rates in line with prescribed rules and regulations.
Masango partners MultiChoice to showcase true African stories
Africa’s most loved storyteller MultiChoice is committed to continuing the journey of storytelling for years to come. At the heart of this commitment is the desire to tell stories...
Fear grips housemates as Biggy announces eviction
Gradually, housemates in the ongoing Big Brother Naija are adjusting to the realities of the show. From the fun and excitement that heralded their entrance into the Big Brother House
Love Come Back, new reality show berths on Africa Magic tomorrow
Africa’s leading video entertainment provider, MultiChoice has just announced the launch of a brand-new reality TV show titled Love Come Back. The new show set to premiere on Sunday
N85m grand prize for winner as Big Brother Naija goes live tomorrow
With the countdown to the season five premiere of Africa’s popular reality TV show, Big Brother Naija officially on, MultiChoice Nigeria has revealed that this season’s winner will walk away with a whopping N85m grand prize.
MultiChoice’s decision to drop EPL, Champions League rights poses challenge to fresh players
Stakeholders in Nigerian broadcast industry have described the decision by satellite broadcast outfit, Multichoice, to reconsider its hold on the English Premier League (EPL) and the UEFA Champions League as a reflection of the state of the country’s economy.
Reps ask DStv, Multichoice to suspend increase in subscription rates
The House of Representatives has directed operatives of multi-choice to suspend the recent 15 percent increment in all their cable packages with effect from Monday this week.
How COVID-19 has affected Nigeria’s film industry
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every sector of the economy. Banking, oil and gas, tourism, telecommunication, education, energy, even the film