Trefoil Networks has launched an indigenous television network for local content programming.
In Partnership with the Nigerian Communication Satellite Limited (NIGCOMSAT), Trefoil Networks is promoting local content programming.
Mrs Abimbola Alale, Managing Director of NIGCOMSAT, hinted that the network is totally Nigerian-based.
The MD, represented by the General Manager, Corporate Affairs Directorate, Mr Adamu Idris, tells future clients to take advantage of the resources on board NigComSat-1R satellite, so as to achieve their ICT related goals and objectives.
“We have available capacity on C-band, Ku-band and Ka-band for Transponder lease, capacity on demand, satellite broadband, DTH services and others,” she said.
The MD of Trefoil Networks, Mr Onochie Amasiani said the new satellite TV is a hybrid platform that offers completely Free-to-View channels with no monthly subscription, PVF and IP to watch YouTube and other Over-the-Air.
“We started the journey some years back and has culminated into what we are all proud of and to be associated with it.
”We know there are various players in the market but OurTV has a unique value proposition, which every Nigerian, home, family and business will be proud to associate with.
”Every Nigerian home will ask for OurTV for entertainment, relaxation, news, education, kids, and for everything you value from Television,” he said.
Trefoil Networks’ Head of TV, Miss Braide Sayaba said the launch of the new digital satellite TV transmitting via NigComSat 1R known as ‘OurTV’ is the first and only H265 DTH Satellite TV in Africa with 18 exciting channels.
”We started our first transmission in 2015; today, Trefoil Networks is flagging off sales of OurTV decoders nationwide.
“Our customers can get our exclusive channels without monthly subscription. All they need is to buy the decoder which costs N11,900.
”OurTV is the definition of local content. Homegrown content, aggregated by Nigerians, transmitting on a Nigerian Satellite and being received through decoders made in Nigeria.
”The contents of the channels are safe for both children and adults. These channels cut across all demographics and genres,” she said.
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