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DStv to make family holidays exciting


By: Fred Yaw Sarpong- Daily Express
Mauritius

Turner Broadcasting and DStv will be making African television history this summer when families all over the continent will be able to celebrate their summer break the African way

The first of its kind Africa pop-up children’s channel, Hoolee will boost their festive holidays with surprising shows and outstanding content on DStv Premium packs.

From 1 December until 31 January, 2016 DStv Premium customers can relax with their family’s favourite characters over the summer holidays. Subscribers will have exclusive rights to this ground-breaking, eight-week long family channel that will join the existing children’s bouquet on DStv.

The continent’s very first pop-up children’s channel will be built around a selection of the very best shows from Turner and Warner Brothers productions as well as exclusive acquisitions, which will include premieres of the latest and very best in children and family entertainment.

“Imagine laughing, sharing surprising adventures and celebrating the summer holidays with your children every day, is the promise of the channel,” says MultiChoice Africa CEO, Tim Jacobs.

“Hoolee will offer to the whole family programmes that they have always enjoyed, as well as new and refreshing, exclusive shows and movies. The range of programmes is truly amazing,” Pierre Branco, Vice President and Managing Director of Turner Africa said.

With a large volume of100 hours programs, the new channel will offer carefully chosen movies and animated shows. So that, DStv viewers will enjoy all the festivities of the holidays with bright, refreshing, surprising and joyful content.


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