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Will new entrants survive Kenya’s vicious pay TV market?

SCI & TECH

The pay TV industry has seen a wave of new players as well as increased activity from old hands in the recent past. Worth noting is the focus on the mass market by the new entrants, who see a huge potential in a market that has traditionally been shunned.

Will new entrants survive Kenya’s vicious pay TV market?

By - Macharia Kamau | 8 years ago

Star Times to replace GTV, Smart TV decoders

Star Times to replace GTV, Smart TV decoders

The battle for the pay-television segment is set to intensify as the latest entrant Star Times moved to grow its subscriber base by taking over subscribers that were abandoned by GTV and Smart TV.

- | 8 years ago

Tough market edges out pay TV start-ups

When Smart TV launched into the Kenyan market in November 2010, it had grand ambitions.

| 9 years ago

Smart TV upbeat as they prepare to roll out Ingwe show

Smart TV is set to roll out the eagerly awaited Ingwe TV, to broadcast material of 13-time Kenyan Premier League champions AFC Leopards, during a ceremony to be held on August 10, in Nairobi.

| 9 years ago

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