MultiChoice Kenya wins two prestigious awards at the 6th Annual Kuza Awards


MultiChoice Kenya  has won two Prestigious Awards at the 6th Annual Kuza Broadcasting Awards 2023. GOtv Kenya and DStv Kenya have been honored with two prestigious awards: the Gold Category for Favorite Pay TV Service and the Bronze Category for Favorite FTA (Free-to-Air) TV.

The objectives of  the  Kuza Broadcasting Awards  is to celebrate excellence in Kenyan broadcasting  industry ,reward responsible and responsive broadcastin ,enable consumer participation and encourage the use of the broadcasting platform for social economic development.

“We are delighted to receive these prestigious awards at the 6th Annual Kuza Broadcasting Awards,” said Nzola Miranda, Managing Director, at MultiChoice Kenya. “Receiving these recognitions are a reflection of the continued confidence and support of our valued customers, and we are more than incredibly honored for their ongoing loyalty.”

“The awards show the hard work, dedication, and passion of our entire team and are a testament to the sustained efforts that our staff invests in delivering exceptional viewing experiences to our customers and remain a motivation to keep pushing boundaries and setting new standards in the industry,” Nzola concluded.

There 6th edition of  Kuza awards comprised of (3) major award categories ,the Regulatory and People’s Choice Awards were standing award categories, while the theme awards vary based on the theme.

Multichoice notes that the  People’s Choice Awards which are derived from customer SMS survey are a reflection of the public’s view of DStv and GOtv and highlight the trust and loyalty that customers have placed in their business which further cements our unwavering responsibility and commitment to delivery world-class entertainment across all genres.

The company  says ,it remains committed to enhancing its services and exceeding customer expectations. By leveraging cutting-edge technology, partnering with leading content providers, supporting local content and investing in customer-centric initiatives, with the sole aim to maintain its position as a leader in the television industry.

This year’s awards were held under the theme: “Shaping the Future of Broadcasting, Towards the Creative Economy.”