eMedia hauls MultiChoice to Competition Commission over dropped channels

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DStv and E-tv battle over dropped channels

MultiChoice and eMedia Holdings are fighting it out over DStv's plan to cut four E-tv channels.

On Monday, the Competition Tribunal heard eMedia's application for interim relief against MultiChoice's decision to drop the eMovies, eMovies Extra, eExtra and eToonz channels from its DStv packages.
 
Dear eMedia holdings, please haul yourself to court for continuously playing utter trash most of the time, nothing new and absolutely horse Shyte audio on your channels..

Spend some more money to license better content people actually want to watch and maybe you would not get your channels dropped..
 
Dear eMedia holdings, please haul yourself to court for continuously playing utter trash most of the time, nothing new and absolutely horse Shyte audio on your channels..

Spend some more money to license better content people actually want to watch and maybe you would not get your channels dropped..
the adverts play well, and that's all E-media holdings is interested in,
after all who pays for the so called "content" from 1987?
 
If capacity constraints are a problem then how about dropping that crap catch up or allowing me to turn it off. Every Tuesday at 6:08 and 6:16 my decoder stops recording because it's overloading the harddrive with what can only be catch up content. Ironically the only reason I've needed catch up is because of catch up now.
 
^ Or just drop some of the channels no-one watches?
 
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