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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.

New York-based production and post-production studio Nice Shoes has deployed Quantum's Xcellis.

AMC Networks International Iberia has appointed Jose Nabais as its new chief technology officer (CTO) for Spain and Portugal, replacing Rodolfo García, who will continue in his previous role as CTO for Latin America.

To serve its growing number of multiscreen users, BT has revealed that it is standardising on Elemental Technologies software solutions to unify its traditional and multiscreen headends.

Dejero has updated the LIVE+ Mobile App, a solution enabling journalists to use iPhones to get stories on air fast.