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Shotoku Broadcast Systems has announced the sale and installation of 15 Shotoku camera stations and pan and tilt head systems to America TV, a Buenos Aires-based channel owned by Multimedios America, one of the most watched signals in Argentina's capital district.

Nigeria's broadcasting commission NBC has chosen software company Inview Technologies to supply the national common set-top box (STB) system ahead of the country's migration to digital TV.

With direct-to-home (DTH) still being the second most used technology for TV reception in Spain, IPTV has doubled, now reaching 1.56 million homes, while digital terrestrial television (DTT) holds the throne despite losing over half a million connections.

Mexico has welcomed two new free-to-air (FTA) digital broadcast channels, which will break the duopoly that Televisa and Azteca TV have enjoyed in that market for decades.

Spain's public broadcaster RTVE and the country's public lottery have inked a deal to inject €7 million into Teledeporte to save the network from closing.

The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has begun its technical review of three detailed proposals for a comprehensive audio system for the ATSC 3.0 next-generation television broadcast standard.

South Africa's broadcasting infrastructure is now ready for digital television transmission (DTT), state-owned broadcasting signal distributor Sentech has announced.

Spain's free-to-air (FTA) network Nova aims to strengthen its position as the home of soap opera in the country after inking a deal with Venezuela's Venevisión for some of its latest productions over the next two years.