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Yet more research, this time from Leichtman Research Group (LRG), has come in showing just how tough a trading period Q3 2016 was for the US pay-TV industry.

In an expansion of the MediaCity UK-based production business, dock10 has inked a deal to acquire all shares of near neighbours, post-production and vfx business 422.

Liberty Global and Ericsson have extended their partnership for two more years to boost digital video recording (DVR) services for Chile’s VTR and Puerto Rico’s Liberty Cablevision.

The October 2016 issue of the informitv Multiscreen Index of the 100 leading worldwide pay-TV service providers has revealed an increase of four million subscribers, up by 0.95% over Q2 2016.

It may not quite be back to the peaks of five years ago, but the US pay-TV market is on the rise, says Leichtman Research Group (LRG).

Content giant Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has announced a raft of executive appointments within the company’s management team in Asia Pacific across brands including MTV.

Brazil’s Agência Nacional de Telecomunicações (Anatel) has added two more networks to the package of signals that pay-TV operators must include in their programming.

Viewing figures continue to surface a month after the Olympics, with ESPN now claiming the highest-rated pay-TV Rio 2016 broadcasting in Mexico and Central America.