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As Argentina focuses on the financial model of its public telco, Arsat has received extra funding to extend the country’s fibre infrastructure.

English Club TV Group has reached an agreement through which it will be distributed throughout the Americas on the Hispasat 30W-5 satellite.

Almost three years after launching, Bolivia’s first state-owned satellite is still only leasing 70% of its capacity, the same as 12 months ago.

Colombia’s Canal Tr3ce, Telecafé and TRO currently have to share a single satellite signal as they premiere on DirecTV’s direct-to-home (DTH) platform.

Argentina’s Ministry of Communications has authorised Eutelsat-owned SatMex (Eutelsat Americas) to provide satellite services in the country through Eutelsat 113 West A.

Leading German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has chosen satellite provider SES as the platform for the launch in Autumn 2016 of its two exclusive Ultra HD channels.

Leading satellite operator SES has revealed that the Rio Olympics have delivered a record uptake of its satellite capacity compared with previous Games.

Asia Satellite Telecommunications (AsiaSat) has reported flat half-year revenues and profits as it battled increasing competition, fierce pricing pressure and the overall downturn in the global economy.