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The Liberty Global company Cable & Wireless has reported pay-TV subscriber gains in Panama and the Bahamas but losses across the rest of the Caribbean markets.

Having added nearly 100,000 homes in the past year, cable TV is boosting Chile’s pay-TV subscriber rate, although satellite still leads the market.

Indian multi-system operator (MSO) GTPL Hathway has announced a 10% dividend per equity share for the year ended 31 March 2017, in the first results it has posted since an initial public offering (IPO).

Research from Dataxis has revealed that piracy numbers won’t fall much over the next five years.

El Salvador’s competition authority Superintendencia de Competencia has asked Millicom’s Tigo to accept a set of specific conditions before giving the go-ahead to its buyout of local cableco Caribeña.

Costa Rica’s pay-TV sector ended 2016 on a positive footing, with over 820,000 subscribers, but was a little slow compared to the previous year.

India’s state-level administrators have been told to instruct district magistrates to act against cable operators who are still distributing analogue signals.

Research by Dataxis has revealed that HD subscribers continue to increase significantly in Latin America’s pay-TV market, though growth is unequal among countries.