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arqiva 2 Feb 2017Having been rumoured to be up for sale for most of 2017, UK national provider of TV infrastructure Arqiva has made a definitive statement to the market, announcing its intention to proceed with an initial public offering.

Several Hispanic community leaders in the US are pressing Verizon Communications to reinstate the feeds from Spanish-language broadcaster Univision while the two negotiate carriage terms.

Communications giant Verizon has shed 18,000 net pay TV subscribers for its FiOS video service in the third quarter of 2017, compared with adding 36,000 subscribers in the year-ago period.

The CEO of Qatar’s beIN Media, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has been referred by Egypt’s prosecutor-general to an economic court charged with violating Egypt’s laws to prevent monopolistic practices.

Ending further speculation in the country, Brazil’s antitrust authority CADE has decided to give the go-ahead to the merger of Timer Warner and AT&T, though under specific conditions.

Keeping up its recent corporate momentum which has included acquisitions, Kew Media Group has signed a Letter of Intent to buy a stake in Jeff Norton’s London (UK) based Awesome Media & Entertainment.

charter 15 oct 2017Viacom is warning viewers that Charter Communications could drop its cable networks, in the latest carriage dispute to rock the US media landscape.
When a respected analyst says that no one expected your quarterly video subscriber results to be good, but doubts anyone expected them to be so bad, maybe it is time for AT&T to be worried about its TV business after posting its financial guidance.