Gaborone Broadcasting Corporation TV Ready to Go National
The Voice (Francistown)
18 September 2007
Posted to the web 18 September 2007
Following a multi-million pula deal with South Africa’s private television station etv, Gaborone Broadcasting Corporation (GBC TV) is prepared to go national and give viewers quality programming and content.
51 percent shareholder of GBC TV, Mike Klinck revealed prospects of quality programming and broadcasting national, after Sabido (Pty) Ltd a company that owns etv injected millions of Pulas as part of its 49 percent acquisition of GBC TV.
Klinck said the deal, which etv signed this April to acquire 49 percent of GBC TV has given the station an opportunity to grow and become the country’s best free to air television in the country. “Not only that, the deals brings etv’s inventory of dramas and sport programmes. There will also be training opportunities for GBC staff. As a result of this investment GBC TV is well capitalized to broadcast national,” he said.
He said partnering with etv does not mean importing programs from the popular television. “Of course we will benefit from etv movies because theirs are always up-to-date,” he pointed out.
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