StarTimes Media, a pay television broadcaster, has increased the availability of local content on its subscriber bouquets.
This has resulted in subscribers on both terrestrial and satellite platforms being able to access a diverse range of Kenyan productions, including unscripted reality shows, crime dramas, series, and other genres.
The company on Friday unveiled season 3 of Hello Mr Right. This followed success of season 1 $2.
Speaking on the launch of season three, Startimes CEO Jimmy Carter stated that the previous two seasons of Hello Mr Right have been a great success to both the company and the subscribers.
Jimmy Carter noted that as part of Startimes commitment to enriching the platform, they have doubled their investment in producing original and engaging content for our subscribers.
He said the investment will focus on securing exclusive self-produced and acquired content from renowned local developers to create unique genres that subscribers can easily relate to.
“We are excited to launch the third season of Hello Mr Right. This show has been well received by our subscribers, and we are confident that this new season will be just as successful. We remain committed to providing our customers with the best possible entertainment experience.” He said.
He noted the brand has sustained local content investment following the success of the company’s local content channel – Rembo TV.
The company has equally rolled out flexible subscription payment options that allow subscribers the freedom to pay subscriptions daily, weekly or on a monthly basis.
Of the four bouquets available on the StarTimes terrestrial technology platform, subscribers can now pay a daily fee of as low as Ksh 25 on Nyota bouquet daily,ksh 45 for Nova, Ksh 60 on Basic bouquet daily, Ksh90 on Classic bouquet or Ksh 100 for smart bouquet and ksh 125 for the Super Bouquet.