The SA Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has signed an agreement with Multichoice to broadcast its 24-hour news channel on DStv.
Sentech has scrambled SABC’s television channels in Zimbabwe, Business Day reported on Wednesday.
Naspers advanced in afternoon trade on the JSE on Tuesday after ratings firm Fitch praised the group’s Pay TV segment.
Times Media Group is set to offload its 51% shareholding in Monte Cinemas to Tsogo Sun Casinos for R20 million.
Naspers says its BoxOffice service for DStv subscribers attracts 400,000 movie rentals per month.
MultiChoice has unveiled its new DStv Extra package, offering 86 entertainment, sports, documentaries and news channels
Sekunjalo has named additional members of a group which is set to buy the South African operation of Irish-based Independent News & Media.
The SA Broadcasting Corporation has filled six vacancies in its executive management, the public broadcaster said on Thursday.
A new study finds that whilst still off a low base, the number of people who are prepared to pay for digital content is on the rise.
An amendment to the Broadcasting Act proposing a longer lifespan for the interim board of the SABC has been put on hold, the DA has announced
Sunday newspaper City Press has replaced its top competitor the Sunday Times as the most influential media platform in South Africa, Beeld reported on Wednesday.
Times Media and textbook reseller Juta have reached an agreement whereby Van Schaik Booksellers will acquire the assets in Juta’s retail operation as a going concern.
A group calling themselves the “Bogus Boys” is asking South Africans not to “believe what you read in the papers”, The Star reported on Tuesday.
Times Media Group has entered into an agreement to dispose its 51% shareholding in MapIT to TomTom Africa for R37.49 million.
The SABC invested more than R700 million in local content last year, The Star newspaper reported on Tuesday.