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2014-01-24 20:00
Cape Town – OpenViewHD (OVHD) is adding 3 further TV channels – Bi-Cars TV, Ekurhuleni TV and the Christian TV channel United Christian Broadcasting Network (UCBN) to its existing line-up of 15 TV channels.
OVHD is run by Platco Digital, a division of Sabido Investment which also runs
Ekurhuleni TV is a community TV station carrying local news, music, educational, health and religious programming.

Bi-Cars TV is a new reality street motorsport lifestyle channel. Bi-Cars TV on OVHD will showcase motorsport news, fashion, celebrity riders and real-life stories of street Moto-sport lifestyle, entertainment and music.

According to OVHD biking enthusiasts will like Bi-Cars TV, covering Moto-sport trend setters, spinners, drifters and dragsters. "This is a market that shares one of the most expensive sport, with professionals from different sectors and love spending money on, and are passionate on their hobby.

Bi-Cars shows will include Mzansi Celebrities Bikers, Bi-Car make over, Battle of crews, BC league, Championships of Speed and Sound, and Torque Talk.

United Christian Broadcasting Network (UCB Network TV) is a Christian based channel providing religious content.

UCBN programming include shows such as Men of Honour, Women in me, Pastor's Corner, Africa Talent Show, It's not over yet (Another chance), Nuggets of Wealth and Leadership, U kids.

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