A new South African television network that is set to be the world’s most valuable by a factor of ten is set for a launch in April.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SAC) said on Tuesday it will be launching the Broadcast Network in partnership with its state broadcaster, the SABC.
The network will be based in the capital Pretoria and will be in partnership to the state broadcaster.
The SABC has a strong reputation as a network that delivers the most reliable and reliable sports, news and entertainment programming.
The broadcaster said it will use the Broadview platform to deliver its programming to an audience of about 6.6 million viewers.
The Broadview TV network will offer live sports from around the country, with coverage from SABC-owned stations, including SABC’s flagship station SABC2.
A new version of the SATV network, SATV2, will be launched in 2019.
SABC chief executive officer Tim Hogg said the BroadView TV network is an example of the strength of the state-owned broadcaster.
“This will be the most important investment in SA’s broadcasting history,” he said.
“It’s a big step forward for our network and for our business.
The country has not seen a television network as important as this in its history.
It’s the most valued in the global market.”
It’s about bringing together the different strands of our broadcasting.
The platform is a big change from the current network model where it is based on one network, one channel.
“The BroadView network is expected to offer over 20,000 sports, entertainment and lifestyle channels, including a new version called SA TV2, which will stream sports and news across all SAB channels.
The SAB has said it wants to diversify the way it broadcasts to attract younger viewers.
It said it is committed to attracting a more diverse and younger audience through an enhanced online platform that will be ready by 2020.
It has also said it would be creating a national online portal, SAtv.com, that will provide a home for the SA television programming and a wide range of digital media products.
The new platform will also deliver digital channels from the SAB’s portfolio of entertainment, news, sport, technology, and media products, which includes SA2.
The launch of the BroadTV network comes as the country’s entertainment industry struggles to adapt to the rapid technological change.
The sector is looking to diversifying, with the introduction of the new platform to help the country adapt.
The latest economic outlook showed that SA was expected to be a net loss producer for the first time in 2018, down from $2.9 billion in 2016.
However, it was predicted to see growth of 7.7 per cent in 2019 and 7.5 per cent by 2020, compared with the 7.2 per cent growth forecast in 2017.