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Media logistics platform (MLP) provider Nativ has announced that it will use the imminent IBC exhibition to launch a cloud-based media asset management (MAM) solution.

The era of pay-TV distribution holding a stranglehold over the airing of non-broadcast networks may be nearing an end, if one of the most coveted nets takes a pro-à la carte TV stance. ESPN, however, sees a direct-to-consumer future.

For the second year in a row, ESPN will showcase one of America's most beloved — and controversial — NFL teams, the Dallas Cowboys.

Qatar-based broadcaster beIN Sports has acquired the Middle East and North Africa broadcast rights for the Olympic games between 2018 and 2024.

ESPN International has reached a multimedia rights agreement to broadcast Spain's La Liga and the second division, Liga Adelante, in Spanish-speaking South America.

Brazil, Latin America's largest pay-TV market which is set to lead the industry in the coming years, accounts for nearly six million pirate or under-reported connections, representing over 20% of the entire sector.

The Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia (CNMC) has fined Telefónica and Canal+'s operator DTS €15.5 million in an effort to protect free competition in the football rights market.

Content provider Starz has promoted Judy Batenburg to senior vice president of IT Services and Vince Hostak to senior vice president of post-production.