Here's the latest news about TV that I read and that you should read too:
■ MultiChoice makes top-exec appointments: Nyiko Shiburi is new MultiChoice SA CEO, Marc Jury is SuperSport CEO; Clement O'Reilly to oversee HR, Fhulu Badugela new Southern Africa director.
■ Cricket South Africa and the SABC still in the dark about England tour TV coverage with no contract in place.
■ Sport and Entertainment International (SPI) tries to break through in South Africa as a new sports streaming service, will start with boxing on Saturday night as it tries to disrupt the traditional sports television market .
■ WarnerMedia dumps its HBO and WB TV channels in India, Pakistan, Maldives, Bangladesh and other South Asia markets.
American television has had to compete with the deranged reality show that is the Donald Trump era, and now viewers have a million viewing options - and a lot less worth watching.
Netflix still struggling to wean itself off other companies' hit TV shows.
■ In the United Kingdom where Sky offers Netflix as part of its pay-TV service, it is now offering Netflix for free in an early Black Friday deal.
■ 5 reasons why Nigerian television doesn't show public protests: Lack of imagination, fear of government.
Organisations are mounting a fierce and increasingly well-funded battle for streaming-news supremacy.
Amazon Prime Video put out an open casting call for its New Zealand-filmed fantasy drama series looking for actors "who must be comfortable with nudity".