Mobile operator Moov Africa Benin and Beninese fixed ISP Isocel have received authorization from the High Authority for Audiovisual & Communication (HAAC), the media regulator in Benin, to distribute audiovisual content to their subscribers. The permission was granted after an agreement signing ceremony on June 21st.
The collaboration between the two companies aims to provide live TV channels over the internet through mobile devices. While specific details about the new services were not disclosed, Omar Nahili from Moov Africa mentioned that subscribers will be able to access audiovisual content from their phones at a low cost.
The collaboration is expected to offer a wide range of channels, including those from the local TNT platform. This development signifies a step towards providing enhanced access to audiovisual content for subscribers in Benin, enabling them to enjoy a variety of channels on their mobile devices.
By leveraging the internet and mobile technology, Moov Africa and Isocel aim to meet the growing demand for audiovisual content among subscribers. This joint initiative will enable users to conveniently access live TV channels on their mobile devices, bringing entertainment and information directly to their fingertips.
The authorization from HAAC demonstrates the regulatory support for innovative services that enhance the digital landscape in Benin. The availability of diverse channels, including those from the local TNT platform, further enriches the content offering and provides viewers with a wider selection of programming options. This collaboration represents a significant advancement in the accessibility and affordability of audiovisual content for subscribers in Benin.