DStv Compact, Premium get more channels

Multichoice has announced that DStv Premium and DStv Compact subscribers will be getting 7 new channels

November 1, 2012
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MultiChoice announced in a press statement today (1 November 2012) that it will be adding new channels to DStv Compact and Premium on 13 November 2012.

This follows a recent channel overhaul on DStv which saw the addition of more high definition channels on the platform.

DStv Premium subscribers will get 7 new channels; 3 music channels, a martial arts channel and 3 community-based channels:

  • VH1 Classic, which will replace the current VH1 on channel 323;
  • KykNet Musiek (channel 146);
  • Mzansi Music (channel 321);
  • Blackbelt TV (channel 129);
  • Bay TV (channel 260);
  • 1 KZN (channel 261);
  • Dumisa (channel 340).

DStv Compact customers will also get 7 additional channels; 2 music channels, a martial arts channel, 3 community channels and a documentary channel:

  • KykNet Musiek (channel 146);
  • Mzansi Music (channel 321);
  • Blackbelt TV (channel 129);
  • Bay TV (channel 260);
  • 1 KZN (channel 261);
  • Dumisa (channel 340);
  • Nat Geo Wild on (channel 182).

MultiChoice said that all channels will be available on 13 November 2012, from 10:00.

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Tags: 1 KZN, Bay TV, Blackbelt TV, DStv, DStv Compact, DStv Premium, Dumisa, Headline, KykNet, KykNet Musiek, MultiChoice, Mzansi Music, Nat Geo Wild, VH1 Classic

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