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QFM launches TV station

General News QFM launches TV station

QFM management has announced the commencement of full programming of its TV station called QTV at 20:00 hours Central African time.

In a statement, Q FM Director Moses Nyama said viewers using MPEG-4 free-to-air decoders will be required to rescan their decoders with their satellite dishes pointing to Eutelsat 7 degrees East across Zambia to be able to view QTV.

Mr. Nyama said the TV channel will in due course also be available on the Gotv platform and the ZNBC terrestrial digital platform along the line of rail.

‘QTV’s objectives are to create distinctive Zambian and African entertainment programs 24 hours 7 days a week, showcase and create homegrown stars and create a well differentiated Zambian channel,’ Mr Nyama said.

‘The Channel’s content mix comprises of the best of Zambian entertainment, Feature films, Zambian original films, talk, variety and music shows, Soap and Drama, Reality shows, Comedy, Sitcoms, Lifestyle, Documentaries and News among others.’

Mr. Nyama said QTV’s target audience streams from adults 18-49 years old across Zambia.

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