The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdown has presented a huge opportunity for broadcasting mediums to be creative and make sure that we’re entertained while indoors and in light of this, MultiChoice has decided to launch a new Pop-Up channel on DStv called TOONAMI, the Home of Superheroes Channel.
WarnerMedia’s TOONAMI has been in existence across Africa for the past three years and targets all superhero fans, especially kids between the ages of eight and 12, offering non-stop, uninterrupted, 24-hour programming, jam-packed with top-rated series’ such as DC Comics’ Batman, Superman, The Green Lantern, Young Justice and The Justice League as well as popular animated series Teen Titans among others.
The branded TOONAMI movie block will screen a host of animated feature films every day from Monday to Sunday at 20:00 CAT and Saturday mornings at 08:30 CAT, showcasing popular superheroes’ heroic acts and deeds.
“MultiChoice Africa remains committed to delivering the best entertainment experience to our customers by constantly offering them more choice, great value, and great content,” says Aletta Alberts, Executive Head of Content Strategy at Multichoice Africa.
“As part of DStv’s ongoing efforts to bring its DStv Access premium customers content that resonates with them, we are proud to announce the launch of the action-packed animated superhero Pop-Up, TOONAMI, the Home of Superheroes Channel running from Friday, 27 March to the middle of May.” says Guillaume Coffin, VP Commercial and Business Development at WarnerMedia Africa.
So now in addition to everything else we have featured on here, you now have added means of entertainment not only for you but also your family while indoors. Tune in to TOONAMI, the Home of Superheroes Channel, DStv channel 300 from Friday, 27 March for all the energizing superhero action you need!
To find out more including the proper schedule, check here.
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