Available at position 101, the channel will be on open signal for all ZAP customers until the 2nd of August, thus giving everyone the opportunity to get to know the channel.
In addition to its own production, with programs to be broadcast from Portugal and Angola, the channel will cover international musical events, which will be broadcast live and, in some cases, deferred.
According to a statement sent to VerAngola, the channel is the result of a partnership between the company Bom Som, headquartered in Angola and owned by the singer Anselmo Ralph, and the company Creative Channels Service Internacional de Television, headquartered in Spain, represented in Angola by businessman Wiliam Bulas .
"It is with great pride that I see another dream come true and, from this moment on, music gains a more active voice in our country. It is guaranteed a lot of fun, diversity in our daily broadcast as well as the dissemination of new talents", he says. the singer.
Márcio Lourenço, CEO of Creative Channels, reveals that they welcomed the fact that Anselmo Ralph chose Creative Channels to establish this partnership for the creation of Bom Som TV, which makes a difference. "But we will see this in the 24 hours of emission that the channel will have to offer", assures the responsible.
As for ZAP, he says he maintains his commitment and bets on quality channels spoken in Portuguese. "For this reason, we embraced Anselmo Ralph's Bom Som channel project – a channel that we believe has the necessary conditions to be a reference in the sector and satisfy our subscribers in Angola and Mozambique", says Eurípedes Varela, from the Management Department of Channels.