Tag Archives: Open View HD

MultiChoice Zimbabwe dissuading Zimbabweans to use illegal Open View HD

Even if MultiChoice Zimbabwe warned to take legal action against bogus DStv agents and Zimbabweans subscribing to the South African DStv service, another popular yet illegal HD TV service cropped up, the illegal version of OpenView HD promoted by illegal agents. The channel is destined for the South African market but illegal agents are diverting [...]

OpenView HD reaches 350 000 users in South Africa

E-tvs sister company has announced the latest activation numbers for its free-to-view satellite TV service. According to the free-to-view satellite TV services operator Platco Digital, OpenView HD has exceeded the 350,000 activation mark. We have seen an exponential growth over the past year, thanks to a renewed strategy, it said. The announcement comes after Platco [...]

OpenView HD reaches 350 000 users in South Africa

E-tvs sister company has announced the latest activation numbers for its free-to-view satellite TV service. According to the free-to-view satellite TV services operator Platco Digital, OpenView HD has exceeded the 350,000 activation mark. We have seen an exponential growth over the past year, thanks to a renewed strategy, it said. The announcement comes after Platco [...]

eAfrica+ renamed as eNolly+ in South Africa

eAfrica+, channel 107 on OpenView HD, is getting a new name. From Monday, 1 February the e.tv sister channel will be called enolly+. eNolly+ will continue to entertain South Africans with content from across Africa. The name Nolly, originates from Nigerias booming film industry, Nollywood. We wanted to give a clear meaning and identity to [...]

Open View HD launched in South Africa

OpenView HD positioned by Platco Digital as Africas first free-to-air HD satellite television platform, has gone live with a bouquet of 10 new channels along with three SABC channels and etv with its four newly launched channels – eKasi+, etoonz+, eAfrica+ and emovies+. OpenView HD expects 5-million out of a potential 10.7-million television households to sign [...]