HiTV

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HiTV
Type Public
Industry satellite television
Founded 1 February 2007
Headquarters Ebute Metta, Lagos State, Nigeria
Products Direct broadcast satellite
Website Official website

High Television (also known as HiTV) was Entertainment Highway's multi-channel digital satellite TV service in Nigeria, launched in 2007. It used Hypercable Digital Terrestrial technology [1] and launched Direct to Home (DTH) Satellite technology on the August 1, 2007.

HiTV later broadcast its material only on satellite at the price of N3,500 ($27.73) monthly. It was the first television platform in Africa to deploy Hypercable, a terrestrial pay per view TV decoder system.

HiTV services were stopped in November 2011 due to financial difficulties. The company no longer exists today.

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