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Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Sicilyjoe: 2:42pm On Oct 12, 2019
Tstv are not serious, all the addressee for aba dealers are fake, I have been to the aba dealer a dress I saw on their website but when I got there nothing like that
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by tck2000(m): 5:23pm On Oct 12, 2019
TSTV
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by mamaafrik(m): 9:29am On Oct 22, 2019
the ikeja office self is under lock and key.
you people saw the way Innoson is gaining recognition now,they are because they take to advises and feed back.
once you do all technical appraisal ,link up with Delivery company to deliver it tentatively to people fat away at little cost.
publicity should be increased too,people are hopeful , don't disappoint people.
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Naijaepic: 8:47pm On Oct 23, 2019
Is it true that TStv acquired kwese, as a sale girl at one TStv outlet sold TStv decoder in Kwese packaging to my friend, claiming that TStv had acquired kwese.





abbeysattstv:
Engineers are working on studio server from 10am to 6pm or 3:30pm every day

So if your dish size was below 90cm dish then some transponders will lost like 12% during this period of time and it will affected your visual
But once engineers through with the job then it will work very well both day and even on anything less than 60cm dish

Thanks for chosen tstv Africa

Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 9:16pm On Oct 23, 2019
Naijaepic:
Is it true that TStv acquired kwese, as a sale girl at one TStv outlet sold TStv decoder in Kwese packaging to my friend, claiming that TStv had acquired kwese.






Can't say... Not sure it's true
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 9:49am On Oct 24, 2019
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Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 10:27am On Feb 14, 2020
Happy Valentine Day
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 4:12pm On Jun 27, 2020
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Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 12:31pm On Jul 05, 2020
The Federal Government has revealed plans to end the monopoly enjoyed by cable television service providers, especially Digital Satellite Television, owned by MultiChoice, a South Africa-based company.

The plan is said to include ending exclusive rights to sporting events.

Only DStv currently broadcasts major football competitions in Nigeria, especially the English Premier League.

The government said it had amended Nigeria’s broadcasting code to prevent DStv and others from monopolising their channels and contents.

The House has been probing DStv for allegedly cheating its Nigerian subscribers by restricting them to prepaid plans and increasing its subscription rates on June 1, 2020, despite the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown on the people.

At the continuation of the investigative hearings organised by an ad hoc committee of the House on the matter in Abuja on Tuesday, Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, had dismissed claims by DStv that pay-per-view was not proper for the Nigerian market.

Mohammed noted that StarTimes, the cable arm of the Nigerian Television Authority, was already operating for some years.

In an audio recording obtained by our correspondent, Mohammed could be heard responding to questions from the lawmakers.

The minister said, “On the issue of increase in price for subscribers, with the onset of COVID-19, one of the first things we did in the ministry with the NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) was to provide succour to broadcasters.

“We suspended payment for the initial two months to all broadcasters so that they would be able to absorb the impact of COVID-19. Therefore, it will be unfair for those for whom we have suspended payment to also at the same time increase their own fees. And I’m sure that the DG of NBC will take up this matter.”

On the issue of monopoly, Mohammed stated that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had in 2019 set up a board of enquiry to look into the activities of broadcasting stations, to ascertain the potency of the broadcasting code and broadcasting act to curtail and regulate the industry against excesses.

He added, “We took that opportunity also to make right recommendations to Mr President, including the breaking of the monopoly of the various giant operators. It is to the credit of Mr President that he did approve those recommendations.”

Mohammed noted that some recommendations would require that the National Assembly amend the provisions of the Nigeria Broadcasting Act.


The minister said, “You will notice, in recent weeks, a lot of attacks on the ministry as a result of these amendments. These amendments have actually struck at the heart of monopoly. These amendments are, for once, giving back to Nigerians their own industry.”

Earlier, Chairman of the committee, Mr Unyime Idem, asked Mohammed and the acting Director General of the NBC, Armstrong Idachaba, to order DStv to suspend its recent rates’ increment.

Mohammed immediately ordered the Idachaba to issue the notice.

Idem had stated that the minister and all stakeholders present should ensure and commence full implementation of its directives.

The House committee’s order included “a marching order to the service providers, particularly Multichoice’s DStv, to reverse the recent June 1, 2020 price hike and revert to the old price as this is not the best of times to increase the prices of services, no matter the reasons for such increase, taking into consideration the ravaging effect of COVID-19 on the economy of Nigerians.”

It added, “Come up with a robust strategy to break the monopoly and open up the industry for larger participation. PAYG regime for the digital TV broadcasting in Nigeria, with particular reference to DStv, GOtv, StarTimes and Kwese TV.

“Deregulation of content right by DTH (direct-to home), DTT (digital terrestrial television) and IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) operators. Encouraging local content participation through content sharing
.”

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Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 6:51pm On Jul 09, 2020
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Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by DaRuud(m): 1:32pm On Jul 12, 2020
Lie


Perfumista1:
The Federal Government has revealed plans to end the monopoly enjoyed by cable television service providers, especially Digital Satellite Television, owned by MultiChoice, a South Africa-based company.

The plan is said to include ending exclusive rights to sporting events.

Only DStv currently broadcasts major football competitions in Nigeria, especially the English Premier League.

The government said it had amended Nigeria’s broadcasting code to prevent DStv and others from monopolising their channels and contents.

The House has been probing DStv for allegedly cheating its Nigerian subscribers by restricting them to prepaid plans and increasing its subscription rates on June 1, 2020, despite the economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown on the people.

At the continuation of the investigative hearings organised by an ad hoc committee of the House on the matter in Abuja on Tuesday, Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, had dismissed claims by DStv that pay-per-view was not proper for the Nigerian market.

Mohammed noted that StarTimes, the cable arm of the Nigerian Television Authority, was already operating for some years.

In an audio recording obtained by our correspondent, Mohammed could be heard responding to questions from the lawmakers.

The minister said, “On the issue of increase in price for subscribers, with the onset of COVID-19, one of the first things we did in the ministry with the NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) was to provide succour to broadcasters.

“We suspended payment for the initial two months to all broadcasters so that they would be able to absorb the impact of COVID-19. Therefore, it will be unfair for those for whom we have suspended payment to also at the same time increase their own fees. And I’m sure that the DG of NBC will take up this matter.”

On the issue of monopoly, Mohammed stated that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had in 2019 set up a board of enquiry to look into the activities of broadcasting stations, to ascertain the potency of the broadcasting code and broadcasting act to curtail and regulate the industry against excesses.

He added, “We took that opportunity also to make right recommendations to Mr President, including the breaking of the monopoly of the various giant operators. It is to the credit of Mr President that he did approve those recommendations.”

Mohammed noted that some recommendations would require that the National Assembly amend the provisions of the Nigeria Broadcasting Act.


The minister said, “You will notice, in recent weeks, a lot of attacks on the ministry as a result of these amendments. These amendments have actually struck at the heart of monopoly. These amendments are, for once, giving back to Nigerians their own industry.”

Earlier, Chairman of the committee, Mr Unyime Idem, asked Mohammed and the acting Director General of the NBC, Armstrong Idachaba, to order DStv to suspend its recent rates’ increment.

Mohammed immediately ordered the Idachaba to issue the notice.

Idem had stated that the minister and all stakeholders present should ensure and commence full implementation of its directives.

The House committee’s order included “a marching order to the service providers, particularly Multichoice’s DStv, to reverse the recent June 1, 2020 price hike and revert to the old price as this is not the best of times to increase the prices of services, no matter the reasons for such increase, taking into consideration the ravaging effect of COVID-19 on the economy of Nigerians.”

It added, “Come up with a robust strategy to break the monopoly and open up the industry for larger participation. PAYG regime for the digital TV broadcasting in Nigeria, with particular reference to DStv, GOtv, StarTimes and Kwese TV.

“Deregulation of content right by DTH (direct-to home), DTT (digital terrestrial television) and IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) operators. Encouraging local content participation through content sharing
.”

https://punchng.com/how-well-end-dstv-others-monopoly-fg/?amp=1&utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter&__twitter_impression=true

Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by Perfumista1(f): 6:24pm On Sep 08, 2020
Tstv Prepares For A Relaunch by Orubebe01: 5:02pm
TStv wishes to thank Nigerians for their patience and understanding over the past months. We apologise once again for all inconveniences and appreciate the steadfastness of all those who have stood by us.

We are now pleased to announce that TStv is preparing for a relaunch nationwide and as part of activities leading to the relaunch, TStv will begin test broadcast services from the 10th of September, 2020.

From tomorrow and through the next three weeks, anyone who has Free To Air decoders (including ours) can track the parameters below to join our broadcasts:
Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)
Frequency: 11130
Polarity: VERTICAL
Symbol Rate: 30,000
Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)
Frequency: 10970
Polarity: HORIZONTAL
Symbol Rate: 30,000
Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)
Frequency: 11050
Polarity: VERTICAL
Symbol Rate: 30,000
Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)
Frequency: 11130
Polarity: HORIZONTAL
Symbol Rate: 30,000

When the sale of TStv decoders commence soon, the full channels list will become encrypted and you will only be able to view the channels with the new TStv decoders, going on sale in a few weeks across Nigeria.

We have more exciting announcements to make in the coming hours, days and weeks ahead so do stay tuned to this page!
https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1160297154342460&id=371286163243567

Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by bastardson: 10:50pm On Oct 06, 2020
So who’s enjoying TSTV presently? grin grin cheesy grin
Re: Please Share Your TSTV Experience by satelliteDISH(m): 5:22pm On Oct 10, 2020
bastardson:
So who’s enjoying TSTV presently? grin grin cheesy grin


I am currently watching tstv channels right now all running free to air on my hec265 decoder. I have also installed tstv for over 17 clients here in Benin City since October 1st. The are currently transmitting over 48 channels right now as I am posting this message.

Some of the decoders that are tstv signal compliant are
Mytv Str 497s decoder
OurTv decoder
Csat pro+ decoder
Tstv decoder
Tiger t8 decoder etc.

If you don't have any of these decoders listed above, I am sorry you cannot watch tstv channels.
Your best bet is to wait for their decoders to hit your city, then you can buy it and enjoy.

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