Chinese pay television company StarTimes subscribers in Kenya can now access two more documentary channels following the company’s introduction of Love Nature and Smithsonian channels, an official said on Thursday.

Aldrine Nsubuga, regional marketing director, StarTimes said in a statement that the move is aimed at further availing more premium content to StarTimes subscribers while extending more value for money as the addition of the two channels brings to six the total number of documentary channels now available to the subscribers in Kenya.

“The introduction of Love Nature and Smithsonian demonstrates our progressive efforts towards enriching our subscriber’s television viewing experience through introduction of premium content at the most affordable subscription rates in the country. The two channels now join Discovery Family, ID, Animaux and Viasat H+L as part of our documentary content genre available to the Kenyan subscriber,” Nsubuga said.

Love Nature, a wild and marine animal documentary channel, will be available to Basic and Classic bouquet subscribers on the terrestrial platform while satellite television subscribers on Smart and Super bouquets will also access the channel.

Smithsonian channel, a science and exploration documentary channel, which will be available to Classic and Super bouquet subscribers on terrestrial and satellite television platforms respectively. Enditem


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