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Argentina has finally confirmed a date for launching its first national satellite, Arsat-1, which is already waiting at the space station in Kourou, French Guyana.

Globesat and ktsat are to lease satellite transponder capacity from regional operator AsiaSat to support live coverage of the 2014 Asian Games.

Fox Sports has acquired the rights to broadcast The Championships tennis from Wimbledon across Asia for a further six years, from 2015 until 2020.

Freesat, the subscription-free TV service, has unveiled the latest version of Showcase, its editorially driven TV recommendations service on its Freetime connected TV offering.

With the increasing demand for high quality video ready for a multi-device and connected environment, SES is calling for the convergence of technologies and industries to keep pace with the universal trends of quality, multiscreen and TV everywhere access.

Nigeria's public television network, the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), has launched eight new channels, hot on the heels of introducing the StarSat digital satellite TV service earlier in September.

India has brought forward the launch of its next communications satellite, GSAT-16, to December 2014 from its original mid-2015 schedule.

US satellite giant DISH Network will be the first customer to deploy NAGRA anyCAST COMMAND, a security technology that targets popular forms of piracy like control word sharing.