4 April 2014

Zambia: DStv Launches African News Network7 Channel

YESTERDAY a new channel Africa News Network7 (ANN7) went live on DStv channel 405, joining the great line up of news channels on DStv.

The channel will give all subscribers access to news in Southern Africa and provide up to date news packages with content from all across the globe.

ANN7 is the newest 24-hour news channel focusing on constructive stories in the interests of building an African culture of unity and pride. Its latest newsroom automation systems, cutting edge electronic news gathering technology and a network of sharp, young journalists and experienced editors will give a fresh perspective to the TV viewers.

The leadership of ANN7 is ensuring the channel offers innovative programming that encapsulates issues relevant to youth and women. The line-up of programmes includes Morning Prime, Express Lunch and Shape Your Life. The channel will have dedicated teams for the different segments ranging from politics, to business, sports and entertainment news.

ANN7 will be available to DStv subscribers on Family, Compact, Compact Plus (where available) and Premium. This news channel will be part of an array of news channels currently available on DStv, which include, the recently launched SABC 24-Hour News Channel, CNBC Africa, eNCA, Al Jazeera, CNN and BBC, Sky News and Bloomberg.

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