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Pay-TV is the second-rated telecom service which Brazilians complain most about and the only one which doesn’t seem to be improvingits performance.

Colombia’s Autoridad Nacional de Televisión (ANTV) and the European Union have kicked off an €8 million agreement to boost DTT deployment across the country.

Opposition to the proposed Sinclair-Tribune broadcast mega-merger in the US continues to ramp up, with a diverse group of media organisations, distributors, independent networks, public interest groups and other allies launching the Coalition to Save Local Media.

Mexico may have launched a public tender to license 148 DTT, free-to-air (FTA) frequency slots, but only 31 offers have so far been submitted.

Call it a tale of strange bedfellows: those on the political right and the political left, along with pay-TV companies like DISH Network and tech companies like Google, are opposing Sinclair Broadcast Group’s bid for Tribune Media.

EditShare has announced the completion of its acquisition of Spanish-based quality check (QC) specialist Quales.

US broadcast and media group Meredith Corp has chosen to standardise its workflow on Avid’s MediaCentral Platform.

The Indian Government’s claim that the private TV sector would accommodate 1,500 channels by March this year has fallen short, with figures to July 2017 showing just 890 channels currently broadcasting in the country.