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Vodafone partners with Kwesé for VoD offerings

Telecommunications giant, Vodafone Ghana is collaborating with multiplatform broadcaster Kwesé for bringing live  streaming TV and video-on-demand content to Ghana. Using video streaming service Kwesé Play, users can connect Kwese Play digital TV device to Vodafone’s high-speed fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) or ADSL broadband service for accessing unlimited live TV entertainment. Patricia Obo-Nai, Director of Fixed Business …

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Kwese collaborates with Alpha Networks for OTT distribution

African TV provider Kwese is all set to deliver its OTT TV services via Alpha Networks. Alpha Networks will be supplying its Tucano back-end platform for the newly found OTT services of Kwese which are Kwese Play and Kwese TV. Kwese Play holds the distinction of being the first Roku video service launched by an …

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Kwese buys “significant stake” in iflix

Pay-TV provider Kwese acquires a “significant stake” in iflix Africa. Kwese, the Econet Media-owned company which was already in an existing relationship with iflix was a partner in launching Iflix’s SVOD service in sub-Saharan Africa. iflix is currently operating in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa, and claims an “extensive collection” local African and international …

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Kwesé introduces Roku box with Netflix

African streaming video service Kwesé has introduced a Roku-powered set-top box – called Kwesé Play with an exclusive collaboration with Netflix for its hardware. It’s a video on demand service that has launched a satellite broadcast service and browser and smartphone apps. It is expected to launch in South Africa first and will be priced …

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IFlix collaborates with Kwesé for launch of SVOD in Sub-Saharan Africa

iFlix which is the world’s leading internet TV service for emerging markets and Econet Media’s Company Kwesé announced their collaboration to bring the streaming entertainment service to sub-Saharan Africa. This is an after-effect of a rapid rise in internet enabled devices and a growing demand for premium quality entertainment. Extensive resources have been deployed along …

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