Madagascar: Data Telecom Service launches Internet TV

Technology & Convergence

Last week Data Telecom Service (DTS), a subsidiary of the telco incumbent, Telma, launched a new Internet TV service called Moov Live. “With this new multimedia service, it is possible to follow the following stations - TVM, MATV, Viva, RDJ and MaFM – on our portal,” said Christophe Boix, D-G of the company.

Therefore whenever viewers were unable to get in front of a TV screen, they could watch their favorite programmes and TV series wherever they were, either in their office or their home.The service will form part of a Triple Play offer that will include the Internet TV service Moov Live, a fixed line and an Internet subscription.

DTS says it has seen the success of these services elsewhere in the world and has as part of its company objectives the development of technology in Madagascar. This service has been made possible by the provision of broadband over the backbone of the national incumbent Telma.