HStv to hit the broadcasting market in Zimbabwe

HEART & SOUL Broadcasting Services (HStv), an Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) subsidiary, is set to hit the market with a bang by scouting for talent and preparation of exciting programming are almost done.

In September, they were granted a digital broadcasting licence, the online radio station says it’s all systems go with its “rich and diversified programming.”

HStv is central to AMH’s growth and diversification into digital broadcasting, according to its chief executive and AMH chief operating officer, Kangai Maukazuva.

“In the past months we have been busy looking for the best talent and getting rich programming for our diversified audience. We have managed to get the best and the results we are getting in the trial run are encouraging,” Maukazuva said.

Besides the programming and human capital planning, the radio station has invested its time assessing technology opportunities to capture a global audience in line with its broader digital strategy.

HStv is the latest investment venture by media mogul Trevor Ncube, who is also the chairperson of AMH — the largest independent media house in Zimbabwe.

AMH are publishers of Zimbabwe’s largest independent daily NewsDay and weeklies Zimbabwe Independent and The Standard.