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Lucy Osorno has been appointed general manager of Colombia's public broadcaster Señal Colombiana Sistema de Medios Públicos (RTVC) by the Ministry for Communication and Information Technology.

Algeria's digital TV network is to be strengthened with 42 new DTT stations, transmitters and antenna systems in a project funded by Algerian public broadcasting company TDA and implemented by Spain's Egatel.

Botswana's communications regulator has issued a public consultation document on digital terrestrial television (DTT) licensing, a move it hopes will help create 'an enabling environment' for all stakeholders.

Looking to extend digital TV technology among the population so the country's analogue switch-off can finally take place, the Mexican Government has announced it will deliver over a million DTT-ready screens in the coming months.

Once again there are rumours of Al Jazeera entering the Spanish TV scene. After being beaten by Telefónica in the Canal+ bid, the Qatar group may be planning to launch a free-to-air (FTA) channel and purchase broadcasting rights to La Liga for 2015.

In what it says will be one of the most significant moments in TV history, Trinity Broadcasting Network is to launch its new TBN service on the Freeview DTT network.

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Mono Broadcasting will invest 1.5 billion baht (US$45.6 million) in TV and film content development, after its channel Mono29 attracted the third highest viewing figures of Thailand's digital channels.

Terrestrial broadcasters will be able to show advertising during dramas and other television programmes from 2015, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) has announced.