Tag Archives: Kwesé TV

Kwesé partners with Orange Liberia to introduce premium affordable pay-tv

Econet Medias dynamic content business, Kwesé TV sealed deal with Orange Liberia to introduce the best entertainment and sports and make its first to market, exclusive, premium affordable pay television available to Liberians. Kwesé is a multi-platform and multi-screen broadcast network which gives subscribers access to the full spectrum of programming on Kwesé TV across [...]

Kwesé TV bags advertising rights for World Cup 2018

Kwesé TV revealed that they have agreed advertising deals with major brands for the FIFA World Cup 2018. Along with that agreement, the company has sub-licensed its rights to the football tournament to over 35 sub-Saharan broadcasters. Kwesé TV has the exclusivity over the free-to-air and non-exclusive pay-tv broadcast rights to the World Cup in [...]

Kwesé TV to relay all 32 African games in 2018 World Cup for free

One of the countries leading media company Kwese Television, stated that Malawians will have the opportunity to watch this years World cup games just by purchasing a Kwese decoder. The Country Manager of Kwese Television, Wonder Msiska, has certified the development will allow Malawians to watch 32 African games for free and that for them [...]

Kwesé TV-MTN Uganda collaborate to facilitate subscription payment

Kwesé TV and MTN Uganda subscribers would be delighted to pay and renew their subscriptions services via MTN Mobile Money platforms with the partnership of Kwesé TV and MTN Uganda to ease subscription payment. The Uganda Country Manager of Kwesé TV, Herbert Mucunguzi communicated that this partnership allows Kwesé TV subscribers to renew their subscriptions [...]

DSTV to offer Pay-As-You-Go service to users in Nigeria

DSTV users in Nigeria may soon have access to the Pay-As-You-Go option to better compete in the industry, by facilitating payment for subscribers. Pay-As-You-Go or pay-as-you-consume is a pricing strategy in television broadcasting in which viewers are required to pay a fee in order to watch a specific programme. John Ugbe, managing director of Multichoice [...]

Kwese TV applied for a streaming license in Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe, in the midst of controversy over its license, Kwese TV has just applied for accreditation with the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe. Following a communication from the regulator that asked companies wishing to obtain licenses for the broadcast and marketing of content “that does not require the allocation or use of frequencies”, the Econet [...]