The prestigious event, themed “Shaping the Future of Broadcasting: Towards a Creative Economy,” emphasized the vital role that the creative industry plays in Kenya’s economy.
StarTimes was honored with the highly coveted award for Favorite Pay TV Service, securing the runner-up position.
In a statement expressing their delight, StarTimes announced, “We are proud to have won a Silver Award at the 6th annual CA Kuza Broadcasting Awards 2023 for Favorite Pay TV Service.”
The recognition highlights StarTimes’ commitment to delivering exceptional entertainment and broadcasting services to its customers.
In a night filled with pomp and glamour Pan African Network Group (PANG) also won Gold in the best Broadcast Signal Distributor category.
As a prominent player in the industry, PANG has continuously demonstrated its dedication to providing high-quality, innovative technology, and unmatched service delivery.
The Kuza Broadcasting Awards serve as a platform to acknowledge outstanding contributions and achievements within the broadcasting sector. By clinching this prestigious award, Startimes solidifies its position as a leading pay-tv service provider in Kenya.
Speaking, Startimes Chief Executive Officer Mr. Carter Luo said that this accolade not only reaffirms StarTimes‘ commitment to customer satisfaction but also underscores the company’s significant impact on the broadcasting landscape.
He said that Startimes, through its extensive range of channels, affordable subscription packages, and commitment to local content, they have captured the hearts of viewers across the nation.
“The award comes as a testament to StarTimes’ unwavering dedication to excellence and its ability to adapt to the evolving needs and preferences of its audience. With a focus on delivering top-notch entertainment, informative programs, and enriching experiences, StarTimes continues to shape the future of broadcasting in Kenya,” he said.
He added that StarTimes remains at the forefront, providing unparalleled pay-tv services that enhance the viewing experience for millions of households.
“This recognition serves as a catalyst for further innovation and reinforces StarTimes’ commitment to being a driving force in the broadcasting sector.” he said.