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Videogaming comes to SuperSport

Videogaming comes to SuperSport

Videogaming as spectactor sport? You betcha! South Africa’s biggest sports broadcaster, SuperSport, owned by DStv parent MultiChoice, has announced it has signed up to broadcast ELeague, featuring

OpenView HD subscriber numbers soar

OpenView HD subscriber numbers soar

After a rocky start, commercial free-to-air satellite broadcaster OpenView HD, a sister company of e.tv, is adding subscribers at a remarkable rate of knots, though revenues are proving elusive. Listed parent company eMedia Holdings revealed in its annual results

Icann set to terminate Naspers domains

Icann set to terminate Naspers domains

South Africa’s Naspers, and its subsidiary MultiChoice, may soon forfeit the generic top-level domains they applied for in 2012. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, better known as Icann

DStv now streaming 46 channels online

DStv now streaming 46 channels online

MultiChoice has announced that is has added 22 channels to its DStv Now streaming service, bringing the total number of live channels to 46 and stepping up the rivalry with sister company ShowMax. DStv Now can be accessed online

Big hike in DStv prices announced

Big hike in DStv prices announced

The price of DStv’s most popular bouquets will rise by between 8% and 10% on 1 April 2016, with parent MultiChoice blaming the sharp devaluation in the value of the rand over the past 12 months

Caxton loses MultiChoice challenge

Caxton loses MultiChoice challenge

The Competition Tribunal found on Thursday that a 2013 deal between the SABC and MultiChoice that would give the pay-television company the right to air two of the public broadcaster’s

Backspace: ‘Not following’

Backspace: ‘Not following’

View the latest Backspace cartoon from Jerm.

MultiChoice ‘welcomes’ arrival of Netflix

MultiChoice ‘welcomes’ arrival of Netflix

Pay-television service provider MultiChoice says it welcomes competition from Internet video company Netflix because it gives consumers “more options”. This is according to a

Netflix explains missing shows in SA

Netflix explains missing shows in SA

Television shows such as House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Gray’s Anatomy are unavailable on Netflix in South Africa owing to content rights. This is according to a response

Offline viewing comes to ShowMax

Offline viewing comes to ShowMax

Streaming provider ShowMax has added the ability to download shows when subscribers have patchy access to the Internet. The company said on Monday that its subscribers on the Android platform would have the option to download content to watch offline

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