Startimes offers bonus content on-Startimes TV go-Leading media and Entertainment Company, WarnerMedia, has expanded its entertainment offering in Kenya by introducing its Hollywood blockbuster channel, TNT, on pay television Company StarTimes media platform. StarTimes subscribers in Kenya will be able to enjoy an action-driven, pulse-raising slate of movies, mixed with romantic gems and hilarious comedy, alongside original TNT productions. WarnerMedia has a long-standing relationship with StarTimes with the broadcaster already distributing TOONAMI, the go-to destination for action and animation movie enthusiasts of all ages. The new TNT deal will further diversify its channel offering giving StarTimes’ viewers access to the high-quality blockbuster movie channel offering. Speaking on the introduction of the new channel, StarTimes regional marketing director Mr. Aldrine Nsubuga noted that the launch of TNT on StarTimes demonstrates the brand’s unremitting commitment to deliver premium content to Kenyan subscribers, making top family entertainment accessible to more households across its subscriber base. “Having TNT on board for our subscribers intensifies our progressive efforts to bolster our content offering for the whole family entertainment as we seek to grow the value of our bouquet offering to subscribers across the country,” said Mr. Nsubuga. As part of the launch, TNT has an exciting line-up of never-before-seen titles with the premiere of its latest TNT Original Movie, Human Capital; a Fan Month block dedicated to the best titles of Denzel Washington (Remember the Titans, Déjà vu, The Hurricane and Fallen); and the reoccurring Film Fight stunt, where in September, an original movie will be faced against one of its sequels, every Friday evening, in a double feature, bringing up sagas such as The Transporter, National Treasure, Karate Kid, and Free Willy. TNT will be available on StarTimes’ terrestrial platform on Basic Bouquet channel 047 and channel 186 on the satellite platform’s Smart Bouquet offering the best action, thrills, comedy and original movies.StarTimes introduces online shopping platform-A guide To Your StarTimes e-shopping experience
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Nairobi, 30th July 2021. Subscriber’s enrolled to the StarTimes pay television platform are in for a treat following the broadcaster’s move to introduce new content across diverse content genres that will see bouquets enriched at no extra cost to the monthly subscription rates.

Among the content that the broadcaster has introduced is Fashion TV Africa, a typical African style fashion channel that enjoys unique shots of brilliant flair thereby highlighting quality, African themed productions. enhances

With over 500 hours of content updates per year and growing, the channel will take fashion enthusiasts across an active network of African fashion industry, providing a direct and rapid reserve for local content production and marketing featuring the diverse cultures only found in Africa.

“Our subscribers can look forward to Fashion TV Africa flagship content which will include major influential shows such as MISS South AfricaAfrica Top ModelsAfrican celebrities and fashion models while also featuring themed events, fashion weeks and fashion parties. The Channel will literally showcase Africa’s taste for style and culture,” noted StarTimes Regional Marketing Director, Mr. Aldrine Nsubuga.

The channel has set the highest standards for excellence in fashion and lifestyle broadcasting while exploring style, beauty and trends through original, unbiased and informative programming. Fashion TV will also leverage on the content developer’s strong image and exceptional awareness of Africa’s brand projects with a unique, cosmopolitan and modern style.

StarTimes has equally introduced one of the most popular Philippine drama’s ‘Brothers’ which is airing on ST Novela E plus channel every day of the week from 8:50pm. ‘Brothers’ revolves around crime, action and romance this being one on the longest running Philippines drama with more than 600 episodes produced so far and over 100 awards to its name since the launch.

To add a bit of spice to the drama loving subscribers, StarTimes has also rolled out a new horror-fantasy drama The Blood Moon where viewers will enjoy the twisted and fictional story onSTNovela E plus channel every day of the week from 9:40 pm.

Top-billed by the popular love team of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla who starred in The Promise and Got To Believe, the series also features special participation of International Emmy-nominated actress Angel Locsin from the original She-Wolf.

“We are progressively putting efforts towards enriching our subscriber bouquets with a diversified content genre as we further cement our place as the most affordable pay television platform with an enviable range of premium content for the whole family television viewing experience,” concluded Mr. Nsubuga.

Written by Maishah Marsden

Maishah Marsden is the founder of ShopaXo (ShopInKenya.Com) and Maishah.Co.Ke . He is a top Kenyan blogger casually called by his peers as "Life'. If he is not writing your favorite articles, he is with his family. He loves sport and won't mind going on Safari anytime.

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    Startimes offers bonus content on-Startimes TV go-Leading media and Entertainment Company, WarnerMedia, has expanded its entertainment offering in Kenya by introducing its Hollywood blockbuster channel, TNT, on pay television Company StarTimes media platform. StarTimes subscribers in Kenya will be able to enjoy an action-driven, pulse-raising slate of movies, mixed with romantic gems and hilarious comedy, alongside original TNT productions. WarnerMedia has a long-standing relationship with StarTimes with the broadcaster already distributing TOONAMI, the go-to destination for action and animation movie enthusiasts of all ages. The new TNT deal will further diversify its channel offering giving StarTimes’ viewers access to the high-quality blockbuster movie channel offering. Speaking on the introduction of the new channel, StarTimes regional marketing director Mr. Aldrine Nsubuga noted that the launch of TNT on StarTimes demonstrates the brand’s unremitting commitment to deliver premium content to Kenyan subscribers, making top family entertainment accessible to more households across its subscriber base. “Having TNT on board for our subscribers intensifies our progressive efforts to bolster our content offering for the whole family entertainment as we seek to grow the value of our bouquet offering to subscribers across the country,” said Mr. Nsubuga. As part of the launch, TNT has an exciting line-up of never-before-seen titles with the premiere of its latest TNT Original Movie, Human Capital; a Fan Month block dedicated to the best titles of Denzel Washington (Remember the Titans, Déjà vu, The Hurricane and Fallen); and the reoccurring Film Fight stunt, where in September, an original movie will be faced against one of its sequels, every Friday evening, in a double feature, bringing up sagas such as The Transporter, National Treasure, Karate Kid, and Free Willy. TNT will be available on StarTimes’ terrestrial platform on Basic Bouquet channel 047 and channel 186 on the satellite platform’s Smart Bouquet offering the best action, thrills, comedy and original movies.StarTimes introduces online shopping platform-A guide To Your StarTimes e-shopping experience

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