DStv

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DStv
Public
IndustryPay television
FoundedSeptember 9, 1991; 29 years ago (1991-09-09)
HeadquartersGauteng, Randburg, South Africa
Area served
Sub-Saharan Africa (Africa excluding North Africa)
ProductsDirect Broadcast Satellite
ServicesTelevision
OwnersMultichoice
Websitewww.DStv.com

DStv (Digital Satellite Television) is MultiChoice's digital satellite TV service in Sub-Saharan Africa, launched in 1995, providing various bouquets offering general entertainment, movies, lifestyle & culture, sport, documentaries, news & commerce, children, music, religion and consumer channels to MultiChoice subscribers. DStv has around 8 million subscribers,[1] with the majority being in South Africa and Nigeria. These two markets are considered to be the most important markets for DStv, although markets such as Kenya, Ghana, Angola, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Mauritius and Tanzania, though not having as many subscribers, they are on major focus too.

References[change | change source]

  1. "MultiChoice lifts satellite pay-TV subscriber base to almost 8 million DStv subscribers". Retrieved 2015-06-30.