Deen Channel CEO, Faizal Sayed, and Board Chairman, Hassim Jogee, has met high level management at Beijing’s Star Times Media, the mother company for StarSat, and Starsat itself in South Africa. The meetings spell stronger partnership efforts and possible further signal distribution for Deen Channel on DTT and DTH in an estimated 30 countries in Africa.
According to Sayed, Deen Channel will shortly announce it’s global Access plans making the channel readily available globally. “After an influx of upset viewers after the channel left Openview HD, we have realised more then ever the need for the channel and the role it plays within the landscape of cultural diversity and content delivery.
With this in mind, we aim to increase operations noting viewer shifts towards the channel and its current partner platforms”. said Sayed. “StarSat and The Star Times Media group is a strong group of highly competent, fast developing, innovative people who in my view offers well placed, well priced and value for money propositions to the viewing market”, he concluded. – Deen Channel News