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Nearly 57 in 100 homes have pay-TV in Latin America and the US, and leading markets show similar characteristics: low concentration and high average household income.
The fourth largest cable company in the US, Altice, plans to build a next-generation fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network capable of delivering broadband speeds of up to 10Gbps, across its entire footprint.

Virgin Media’s return to TV has reached new levels with a step-change in its TV offer, launching a new advanced STB, a revamped TV anywhere app, a new TV tablet and the introduction of a media store.

Colombia’s leading pay-TV operator has chosen Ericsson to deploy a new operations support system (OSS) and business support system (BSS).

John Reid, Cable & Wireless interim CEO, has been confirmed as the executive who will lead the company’s alignment with Liberty Global’s Latin America and Caribbean division.

Paraguay’s telecom authority, Conatel, and copyright office, Dinapi, have signed an agreement with Fox Networks Group to strengthen the fight against cable TV piracy.
As Paraguay’s pay-TV market booms, so it does pirate subscriptions, now accounting for one in ten of total accesses.

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) has welcomed the Delhi High Court’s decision to dismiss nine petitions seeking an extension for the deadline to implement mandatory cable TV digitisation.