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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.

The National Cable Television Association (NCTA) has rebranded as NCTA – The Internet & Television Association.

Cincinnati Bell, claimed to be the leading telco for the US states of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, has added EW Scripps Co’s streaming service, Newsy, to its line-up.

Indian conglomerate Reliance Communications is looking to transfer its direct-to-home (DTH) television business to help lower its debt-to-EBIDTA ratio.

Increasing its bet on multi-platform and multi-screen sports broadcasting, Chile’s Movistar is airing the Davis Cup through satellite, IPTV and over-the-top (OTT).
The Isle of Man Government has officially opened its new media broadcast cluster based around a new SES teleport that will have several earth stations on the island and will also feature content providers and production houses.

Argentina’s regulatory framework for telecoms is rapidly changing, with the Government now assuring telcos that they will be allowed to offer pay-TV from 1 January 2018.

Allegro DVT has unveiled an ATSC 3.0 system test suite, which will help silicon vendors and device manufacturers validate their product implementations of the next-gen broadcast standard.