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2:00
Nov 10, 2015

StarSat operator relinquishes network licence

The telecoms regulator approves the transfer of a network licence from On Digital Media to StarTimes Media.

1:30
Sep 20, 2015

StarSat to retrench staff

Troubled pay-tv broadcaster StarSat has issued retrenchment notices to staff, according to a report.?

2:00
Mar 27, 2015

StarSat pulls plug on porn channels

The pay-TV operator terminates the broadcast of its adult channels while awaiting further legal advice.

3:40
Jan 15, 2015

StarSat takes porn fight to Supreme Court

The pay-TV provider believes the Supreme Court of Appeal is likely to overturn a High Court ruling barring it from broadcasting hardcore porn.

3:20
Nov 20, 2014

Siyaya TV in uphill battle for market share

Analysts question if the new pay-TV provider can hold its own amid MultiChoice's dominance.

4:40
Nov 4, 2014

Porn prohibition 'a blow to StarSat'

The Western Cape High Court's decision to disallow StarSat to show porn on TV is yet another blow for the struggling broadcaster.

2:00
Nov 3, 2014

ICASA's porn decision set aside

The Western Cape High Court orders the regulator to review its decision to grant StarSat a licence to broadcast three adult channels.?

3:50
Oct 21, 2014

MultiChoice spurns ICASA inquiry

The pay-TV front-runner says the basis of the regulator's inquiry into competition lacks any evidential basis.

2:30
Oct 14, 2014

Porn decision on hold

The High Court reserves judgment in a review application that was brought against StarSat's adult channels last year.

3:50
Oct 9, 2014

SA broadcasting sector about to explode

Vidi, Node, TV4U, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Telkom are new names to the historically monopolistic broadcasting sector in SA.

3:40
Aug 12, 2014

OpenView HD plans price offensive

The satellite TV provider's subscriber numbers have been curbed due to dollar-based decoder prices.

3:40
Aug 6, 2014

StarSat: Forced into sexual slavery?

As ICASA's porn ruling faces a legal challenge, observers claim SA's uncompetitive pay-TV landscape is forcing new broadcasters into porn.