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Times of strong growth seem over for Colombia’s pay-TV market, which keeps adding subs but is overall remaining stable, led by América Móvil’s Claro.
Pakistan cable operator InCable has opted for Exset to create and deploy value add and dynamic advertising services across its network.

Just when it seems that it had finished in its recent buying spree of European cable assets, Liberty Global has got its wallet out again, this time for Poland’s third-largest cable operator Multimedia Polska.

In a surprise announcement, Rogers Communications president and chief executive Guy Laurence has stepped down.

US cable giant Comcast has agreed to pay the largest civil penalty ever assessed for a cable operator — $2.3 million — to settle an investigation into its billing practices.

Amos Genish will step down as president and CEO of Telefónica Brasil by the end of the year, after leading the complex integration of GVT.

Workers in Colombia have accused Millicom of gradually dismissing employees from telco UNE-EPM, which it gained control of in 2014 via its Latin American subsidiary Tigo.
Argentina’s Arsat is to provide fibre-based services to Cooperativa de Provisión y Comercialización de Servicios Comunitarios de Radiodifusión (Colsecor), a group of around 200 small and medium-sized cable TV and telecom operators.