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Together with hundreds of companies from the broadcasting industry, Spain's Egatel will be presenting its latest products during IBC 2014, to be held between 12-16 September at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam.

In a blow for the provider, Asia Satellite Telecommunications Company Limited (AsiaSat) has been forced to delay the launch of its latest craft, what would have been its second launch in less than a month

AT&T has reportedly agreed to regulator conditions in its proposed $48.5 billion acquisition of DirecTV, with both the telco and the Justice Department agreeing to terms.

DISH Network has announced that Robert Olson, DISH's executive vice president and CFO, will retire from the company on 15 October, to be replaced by Steve Swain, senior vice president of programming.

Leading satellite provider The International Telecommunications Satellite Organisation (Intelsat) has now racked up fifty years of providing telecommunications and video content distribution infrastructure.

Although only a third of its full capacity is currently working, Bolivia's space agency says it has already committed 75% of the capacity of Tupac Katari's TKSAT-1, the country's national satellite.

The South African Football Association (SAFA) has confirmed it has entered a ZAR1 billion (US$100 million) broadcast deal with the yet to launch free-to-air satellite channel Siyaya TV.

Bansat is deploying Ka-band Internet throughout Colombia's rural areas using Telefónica's Media Networks satellite platform.