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The exclusive broadcast of La Liga football and original studio programming have landed three of the top five sports telecasts among Spanish-language audiences in the US for beIN Sports.
After buying R Cable, Euskaltel is eyeing the opportunity to acquire Telecable in order to build up a large cable company across the northern regions of Spain.

Longview-Kilgore Cable TV in Texas is replacing AMC Networks and WE tv with two other networks, effective 1 February.

Al Jazeera is making 197 employees redundant as it prepares to close down its US cable TV network at the end of April 2016.

Rising programming costs are sparking cable rate increases, according to data released by the Evercore ISI Group.

The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) has appointed long-time Comcast vet Charles Cerino as its first full-time, paid president.

The Netherlands’ largest cable firm, Ziggo, has entered into a partnership with QYOU to bring custom designed half-hour sports shows to subscribers of the operator’s sports channel.

After a year of uncertainty, the outlook for the cable sector looks better than expected for 2016. So much so, in fact, that MoffettNathanson has rated top industry player stocks a ‘buy.’