Monday, May 27, 2024

MULTICHOICE ends year on a high, promises best programming next year

In the spirit of bringing much more to the people, DStv has announced new innovations of Personal Video Recorder (PVR) feature which enables DStv subscribers to watch their favourite programmes at their convenience.

Speaking at the end-of-year get together on Thursday, MultiChoice Botswana Managing Director, Billy Sekgororwane, said that the year 2010 has been an eventful and successful year to his organization.

He said that new features are in line with the company’s commitment to provide DStv subscribers with unique products. He stated that through DStv on demand, one’s choice of favourite TV series and sports highlights will be possible at a time that is convenient to them.

“We continue to grow in stature and prestige because of our dedication, passion and talent from year to year,” said Sekgororwane. He also thanked the media practitioners for their significant contribution towards the development of MultiChoice and promised to continue providing dynamic services designed to enhance television viewing experience.

For her part, MultiChoice Sales Executive, Boitumelo Motsisi, explained that the Hi-Definition (HD) PVR records up to 150 hours of standard definition programming.

“Combine HD ready PVR with the standard single view decoder and enjoy dual view capability whilst recording a further two channels at the same time,” said Motsisi.

She stated that it is also possible to view one channel and record another two at the same time. She required viewers to get plasma television in order to view HD channels.

“All your viewing inspiration and information is at your fingertips through this innovation,” said Motsisi.

She pointed out that the subscribers who have a PVR still need a full DStv Premium subscription to access the DStv on Demand. According to Motsisi, DStv viewers this December will have a chance to tune to other fantastic programs with the return of popular holiday channels.

“It is an opportunity to catch up on their favourite series and movies that they might have missed during the year,” said Motsisi.


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