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Baltic TV and Internet provider Starman is to employ S3 Group's StormTest Warning Center to provide live network testing of its video services in the field.

Volicon has enhanced its Observer Media Intelligence Platform for broadcasters with an additional storyboard capability.

The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) is to be restructured and made competitive, the country's president Robert Mugabe has announced.

While DTT coverage is said to be guaranteed in Venezuela's main cities, public telco Cantv continues to deliver set-top boxes (STBs) for Televisión Digital Abierta (TDA) in the surrounding areas of the capital, Caracas, achieving complete reception in some areas.

Mexico's Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) has announced ten more cities that will switch off their analogue TV signals from the end of September, as the country moves towards the total switch-off which is scheduled for the last day of 2015.

Leading Brazilian broadcaster TV Cultura has tapped satellite operator Intelsat to support expansion of its DTT services within domestic and international markets.

The TV networks Record and Band from Rio Verde, in Brazil, are lacking the resources to complete the digitalisation process, thus threatening to delay the DTT switch-over across the whole country.

South Africa's digital terrestrial transmission (DTT) system has grown to cover 84.46% of the population and provide 58.49% geographic coverage, after two greenfield sites went live in Harrismith, Free State and Ngqeleni, Eastern Cape.