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Through an agreement with Claro and Cablevisión, Turner has expanded the reach of TNT Series HD and TBS HD in Latin America’s cable TV market.

Brazil and Argentina are the only countries within the Latin American region whose pay-TV sectors are being affected by macroeconomics and currency devaluation.

Mexico’s Turner is adding CNN en Español to Megacable’s programming, partially filling the gap left by Televisa.

Fort Worth-based Ride Television Network has inked a deal with Denver-based cable company Layer3 TV Inc to distribute RIDE TV to its customers.

By appointing Rodrigo Diehl as chief strategy officer, Millicom continues to add executives with extensive experience of the LATAM market to the board.

Atresmedia’s international division has finally closed the deal it has been after for over a year: Atreseries and ¡Hola! TV will now be distributed by Cablevisión in Argentina.

Continuing its expansion across Latin America, Scripps Networks Interactive has entered the Argentinean pay-TV sector by launching Food Network on Cablevisión.

Liberty Global has set a deal with Netflix to integrate the streaming giant's app into its cable systems across more than 30 countries.