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WorldCast Systems is to supply 60 Audemat DVB-T2 monitoring platforms to the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), for installation at the country's 39 regional transmitter sites.

Broadcom has announced a digital terrestrial video platform for Mexico as the country transitions from analogue to digital television broadcasts.

Following the spectrum reorganisation which is moving all free-to-air (FTA) DTT networks to the 700Mhz band, Spain's Ministry of Industry has confirmed five new networks will be licensed within the first half of 2015, four high definition (HD) and one standard definition (SD).

French broadcaster Canal+ has been allocated two frequencies by the Congo Brazzaville Government to broadcast digital TV.

Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) has launched an affiliated body, Signet, to spearhead distribution of digital terrestrial television (DTT) signals across the country.

Thai broadcaster Thairath TV is teaming up with TV Thunder to produce a local version of Armoza's studio game show format Who's Asking?, scheduled to air from February 2015.

Following Channel 4's success with the show in the UK, Atresmedia is to adapt Gogglebox for the Spanish audience, aiming to conquer viewers with a format which has already been a hit in the US, Canada, France, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands, among other countries.

The Kenyan Government and industry stakeholders have agreed a phased schedule for the switch off of analogue television transmission beginning 31 December 2014, following the Supreme Court ruling at the end of September 2014.