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WarnerMedia’s TNT entertainment channel now on StarTimes portfolio

StarTimes team has been busy lately forging some partnerships with world class entertainment channels and TNT is the latest addition on its portfolio. We recently announced when they added kids’ favorite channel DreamWorks on its platform and has managed to acquire rights to some interesting European sporting events such as Europa league.

Kenyans using the Pay TV service will now access TNT’s vast entertainment content that range from action movies, romantic gems as well as TNT’s original productions. This comes as an addition from WarnerMedia who currently already supply StarTimes Kenya with TOONAMI, a television channel focused on animations content.

While speaking on the partnership, StarTimes regional manager Mr. Aldrine Nsubuga acknowledged that TNT’s addition on its portfolio demonstrated the brand’s strategy to deliver premium content Kenyans, by making family entertainment accessible to more households.

Nsubuga further said the company had intensified its efforts to diversify content offered in a bid to provide value for the subscribers across the country. StarTimes customers will access various content on the new channel such as Original Movies, Human Capital amongst others.

How to access TNT entertainment channel on StarTimes

The channel will be available on both digital terrestrial platform as well as on the Satellite technology and can be watched from the following channel numbers; DTB channel 047 and for those using Satellite, on channel number 186


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