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Philippines pay-TV operator Sky Cable is now providing pay-per-view (PPV) content online via SKY On Demand, in addition to launching premium services on its SKYcable and SKYbroadband services.

Having decided in 2015 to reverse its long-standing strategy of moving away from content, Virgin Media has made a further move back into programming with the acquisition of UTV Ireland.

Over 30 local cable operators based in Paraguay have set up an organisation to defend their interests, and its first action has been to complain about Millicom’s Tigo receiving a direct-to-home (DTH) licence.

Leading a cable industry attempting to respond to disruption, Liberty Global has laid out its plans to flourish over the next year, with a focus on innovation, consumers, content and relevance.

As the curtains rise on the industry’s yearly gathering, the European cable industry is growing, with total revenues up 7.1% year-on-year.

Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications have been called out for avoiding paying compensation to subscribers they overcharged.

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) is celebrating the 20th anniversaries of the Data Standards and Digital Video Subcommittees, as well as American National Standards Institute (ANSI) reaccreditation.

Brazil’s pay-TV sector has lost subscribers for the seventh month in a row, but there is one survivor in this current trend: cable TV.