It has been clear to many that the digital landscape is moving rapidly. As Naspers recognises that SA is feeling the pinch and is needing to make hard decisions to scale back on lifestyle spending, it would have been an appreciated gesture towards loyal audiences by restructuring the package deals some time back and preventing their subscription losses. Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk says it is premature to speculate what future packages will look like. I believe there are various ways MultiChoice can deal with their dwindling subscribers and as one who still pays subscription fees and appreciates having access to DStv, I would like to suggest possible solutions for them to consider. Consumers' needs Viewers today are more savvy and adept at tailoring their lifestyle by selecting programming they wish to enjoy in their own time. Scheduled viewing is taking a back seat although for obvious reasons in SA it remains a given. The popular concept of 'curation' - the self-determining process of...

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