GOtv promises great entertainment for all

Windhoek – MultiChoice Africa is making great strides in bringing affordable entertainment to everyone across the continent.
Through GOtv, MultiChoice Africa offers viewers programmes that inspire and provide entertainment for the whole family. The channels on offer range from BET, SuperSport, AfricaMagic, E! Entertainment, Sony Max, Channel O, Style, MTV Base, KidsCo and Nickelodeon.
“Gotv has a wide range of genres, from music, movies, fashion, series, lifestyle, sports, news, documentaries and current affairs- we have it all,” says Roger Gertze, General Manager of MultiChoice Namibia. Gertze adds that GOtv has brought viewers big events like the 2013 AFCON cup, Confederations Cup and Big Brother Africa. Recently, it introduced new channels – Sony Max and eNCA.
GOtv will also get the opportunity to watch action in the 2013-2014 football season from leading football leagues such as the EPL, Bundesliga, Series A and the UEFA Champions League.
Sir Alex Ferguson is no longer king of the jungle and with new game-changers, GO-getters are in for a dramatic and breath-taking treat from their favourite players. More exciting highlights in August include E! Entertainment, which will be offering viewers the new season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, not to forget Style’s outspoken Joan Rivers, who will be doing what she does best on Fashion Police.
Since its launch, GOtv has provided entertainment that is relevant, accessible and all about family, sports fanatics, adrenaline junkies, fashion and celebrity lovers, movie addicts and documentary fans are all accommodated. Not forgetting the great kiddies’ programming – Gotv caters for everyone. Today GOtv is available in eight countries throughout Africa: Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe, and is growing fast all over the continent.
Winning the hearts and homes of viewers, GOtv continues to bring great entertainment to its GO-getters and GO-families across the continent.

August 2013
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