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In a year that has been marked by its acquisition not only of rival EE but also of rights to broadcast the Champions League in the UK, BT has posted strong results for its 2015/2016 financial year.

Video technology platform VHX has announced a partnership with media entertainment company MHz Networks.

A tie-up between PCCW Global and Türk Telekom International (TTI) could see the Hong Kong telco’s Global Television Network (GTVN) more widely available to international broadcasters.

In a further boost to the growing TV and media facility in Greater Manchester, Ericsson is to open a new broadcast and media services facility in MediaCityUK.

Southern African telco Liquid Telecom is to launch a fully managed service headend for a new direct-to-home (DTH) provider KweséTV, based on Harmonic video delivery technology.

The nine largest US incumbent cable operators have deployed 55 million operator-supplied set-top boxes (STB) with CableCARD modules, according to the National Cable & Television Association.

Film and TV audio giant Dolby beat its guidance as it announced revenue of $274.3 million for its second fiscal quarter ending 1 April.

Conditional access and cloud-based applications developer China Digital TV has teamed up with Hubei Radio & Television Information Network for virtual reality (VR) services for TV subscribers.