The Nigerian DTH platform ConSat TV has chosen Spacecom’s Amos-5 at 17 degrees East for the distribution of its service.
ConSat TV was launched in 2014. It is owned by Continental satellite and offers viewers over 50 local and international channels, with the number set to rise to over 80 by the middle of this year.
Commenting on the development, Mayo Okunola, CEO of ConSat TV, said: “As a growing presence in Nigeria’s market, ConSat TV is a leading DTH provider competing with other market leaders. With Amos-5 at 17 degrees East, we are utilizing an excellent satellite that covers all of Nigeria with a powerful signal. Our vision is to provide exciting television with a mix of international, premium and local channels that can be enjoyed by all Nigerians.”
Eitan Mesika, Spacecom’s VP sales West Africa, added: “The Nigerian TV market, pay-TV and free to air, is one of the most dynamic and exhilarating markets in Africa. DTH is particularly popular and Amos-5 at 17 degrees East truly reaches every corner of Nigeria with its strong signal and smooth reception.
“We are proud to be supplying ConSat TV with the highest quality satellite services and working with them will take the market forward into a great future.”