When it rains entertainment on DStv, it certainly pours! From 01 October 2015, viewers will be spoiled for choice when DStv adds more entertainment channels to DStv packages.
Following the addition of CBeebies, BBC Lifestyle and BBC Brit along with an Open Weekend (28 September – 2 October) of Comedy Central (DStv channel 122) for Trevor Noah’s debut on The Daily Show to Compact Plus and Compact, DStv will make further channel additions to various packages to boost subscribers’ entertainment programming.
“We’re delighted to bring our subscribers this refresh that will ensure that they get the best value for their respective bouquets. By ensuring that channels and content are effectively organized and structured to offer the ultimate solution to home television entertainment, each bouquet will continue to offer a channel combination specifically designed for the subscriber needs and preferences,” said Cecil Sunkwa – Mills, General Manager, Multichoice Ghana.
From 01 October, Compact Plus subscribers will have access to TCM on DStv channel 137 which offers with a refreshed look, a new feel and an updated programming slate. This October, TCM has integrates of seasonal events such as Halloween where horror film fans will be treated to some of the most terrifying movies of all time along with an exciting array of new film titles and themed programming in the upcoming months. Horror will be served every Saturday at 7:00pm creating suspense to end October with a shuddering horror marathon, giving goose bumps throughout all Saturday, the 31st of October. Viewers can also look forward to an exclusive in-house documentary about George Lucas will launch this December to celebrate the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, with many more acquisitions to come.
What’s more, Compact Plus and Compact subscribers will also now be able to feast their eyes on MTV on DStv channel 130, just in time to catch the 2015 MTV European Music Awards (EMAs) which will broadcast live across Africa on Sunday 25 October at 8:00om from the Mediolanum Forum in Milan. Viewers will have a front-row seat from the comfort of their own homes to watch as South Africa’s AKA, Nigeria’s Yemi Alade and Davido and Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz battle it out in the Best African Act category.