Bouygues Telecom launches African bouquets

November 6, 2009

The French IPTV operator Bouygues Telecom has launched two African bouquets on its network.

The first one is the Bouquet Africain, made up of seven national, public and private channels:RTS and the 2sTV, two channels from Senegal; CRTV, the public channel of Cameroon; RTI, the public channel of Ivory Cost; ORTM the public channel of Mali; RTB, the public channel of Burkina Faso; and RTB and Télé Congo, the public channel of Congo (Brazzaville).

The second is the Bouquet Africain Premium, consisting of 10 channels: seven from the Bouquet Africain, plus three more African channels: two Cameroonian channels (Stv2 and Canal 2 International) and a Pan-African news channel, Africable.

The bouquets are the very first ethnic offers on the BBox channel’s pack of Bouygues Telecom.

The deal was negotiated on behalf of the channels by Thema.