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Less than a day after launching its new over the top service, Sky Germany has turned to content acquisition and has extended its partnership with Turner Broadcasting System for a number of years.

One of the most highly anticipated football matches in the Premier League, the derby between Manchester City and Manchester United, will be broadcast in Latin America by DirecTV.

In an unexpected move, the Argentinean Government has approved a new telecoms law at a time when the industry was actually expecting an LTE spectrum bid. The Argentina Digital regulation homogenises all networks under the same law, thus allowing telcos to enter the pay-TV market.

DirecTV's OnDIRECTV channel in Latin America is plotting a raft of debuts for November.

Viewers in the Arab world are now able to choose from 237 pay-TV channels offered by five satellite TV platforms: OSN, beIN Sports, Abu Dhabi Sports, Al Majd and My-HD.

Latin America's seven largest markets have grabbed most of the HD subscribers in the region, as well as having a large proportion of available pay-TV and free-to-air (FTA) offers.

Comcast has agreed to a $50 million settlement to more than 800,000 subscribers in a lawsuit that claimed it was overcharging cable TV subscribers in the US.

Sky Germany and Warner Bros International Television Distribution (WBITD) have announced an early extension of their content agreement.