MyBroadband reports that On Digital Media has announced that its broadcast offering will be known as ‘Top TV’, and has released details of its channel listing.

Customers will have the choice of over fifty channels, which will be divided into Movies; Series; Documentary; Children; Music; Religion; News; Sport; and Local Content categories. The broadcaster’s big selling point is that subscribers will be able to choose the channels that make up their subscription.

The channels ODM will offer upon launch are as follows:
Top Movies; Top Movies 2; Top Movies 24; Fox FX; Silver; Showtime; Top Junior; Jim Jam; Baby TV; KidsCo; Fuel; Kiss; Kerrang; Q; Magic; Smash Hit; C Music; Classica; Top Explore; Top History; Natura; Discovery Science; Discovery 10; Discovery Travel and Living; Star; Fox Entertainment; Fox Retro; Top Crime; BET; Top One (flagship channel); Top Gospel; Goo TV; Inspiration; Christian Channel; Hi Nolly; Zee Cinema; MGM; BBC World; Fox News; MSNBC; Al Jazeera; France 24; Current TV; Eurosportnews; Setana Africa; SABC 1; SABC 2; SABC 3;; Educational Channel; RTPi; Fashion TV; Fine Living Network; and Music Choice (audio channel).