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Atresmedia's new free-to-air (FTA) signal in Spain, Mega, has achieved the network's best debut on digital terrestrial television (DTT), reaching an average 2.1% audience share, becoming the group's third most watched channel after its main channels Antena 3 and laSexta.

While the battle for La Liga broadcasting rights in Spain seems to be taking place on the pay-TV field this year, with Telefónica and Mediapro managing the rights, the country's free-to-air (FTA) TV companies are having to compete on a lower level with RTVE having just secured exclusive rights for every match's recap and highlights.

With most analogue switch-offs in the region yet to take place, Latin America's TV digitalisation is currently being led by Argentina and Mexico, whose DTT coverage is already over 85%, according to the latest report from 4G Americas.

US broadcaster COZI TV has cosied up to three new local TV affiliates in the US.

Following a multi-operator agreement between UFC and its distributor Televisa, the martial arts association's network will land on Colombia's main pay-TV platforms, namely ETB, Movistar TV, UNE-Tigo and Claro TV.

T3Media will provide video content management and metadata services for the USTA during the 2015 US Open Tennis Championships.

The National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) has appointed WUSF Public Media GM JoAnn Urofsky as chairman of the board.

NEP Group, a largest global provider of outsourced live and broadcast production solutions, has announced terms for its IPO.

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