8 Useful Information to Know About The Founder of TSTV

Since the announcement of TSTV, social media has been on femzy since the announcement of a new satellite television coming to the country, Nigeria.

These are few information Prexblog could gather about the entrepreneur, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TSTV, Dr Bright Echefu.

    Bright Echefu is a Nigerian.

    He schooled at the medical college of university of Nigeria Nsukka before he furthered his studies in abroad.

    He is the chairman of Bright FM.

    He is from Ibowo in Imo State.

    He is one of the director of Bright Joy Multi-ventures limited.

    He is the MD/CEO of Bricke and Athens limited owners of AHTV-Heath Television.

    He recently got married.

    He is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of TSTV.

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  1. TSTV launches new Direct-to-Home satellite service in Nigeria.ABS and Telcom Satellites TV (TSTV) have signed a multi-transponder agreement to deliver a Direct-to-Home (DTH) broadcast service into Nigeria on ABS-3A.The new platform is scheduled to be launched on 25th July 2017 and will be distributed on ABS-3A satellite, Africa beam which is located at the prime video neighborhood of 3°W.The service will air over 100 TV channels, and the number is expected to grow to 150 soon after. Audiences will be able to enjoy innovations, local and foreign content and the best of entertainment programmes.“TSTV is providing a ground breaking option from a dominated marketplace,” said Bright Echefu, the Managing Director/CEO of TSTV.“We are excited to partner with ABS in delivering an array of high quality programming. Our vision is to provide premium video experience to Nigerians at affordable prices.“Our services will enable the viewers to experience HD and SD video and internet surfing at the same time. We are the first indigenous local operator in the region to launch such a premium platform with a variety of services to Nigerians, who have been so far paying exorbitant prices to foreign operators.”“The addition of the Nigeria DTH platform from TSTV has undoubtedly strengthened ABS’ presence in Africa,” said Tom Choi, CEO of ABS.

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