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Argentina’s Grupo Clarín has seen strong growth for Cablevision in recent years, and is now planning to split the group to create a new company with all its cable operations.

Cable TV operators will now be able to start offering Internet access in Uruguay, thus increasing competition and liberalising the market.

Private-equity firm TPG has agreed to buy US cable-TV providers RCN Telecom Services and Grande Communications Networks for $2.25 billion.

Sales of Argentina’s Grupo Clarín have grown by over 49% during the first half of the year, driven by cable TV’s increasing subscriber base.

To misquote Mark Twain, reports of the death of the US cable industry in the US look like they have been greatly exaggerated, according to SNL Kagan - indeed the analyst says that the ten-year outlook is bright.

John Malone’s Liberty Global saw more video subscriber losses as it reported a second-quarter profit of $101.4 million (on an 11% revenue increase of $5.07 billion).

Vecima Networks has appointed Mark DePietro as senior vice president of marketing.

The Indian Government has green lit another 26 multi-system operators (MSOs) in the past month to provisionally offer cable TV services in a country which is now home to 966 such outfits.