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Aiming to federalise content production in Latin America’s second largest audiovisual market, the Argentinean Government has launched a $30 million investment plan.

PON and cable equipment sales pushed the broadband access market up 13% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2016.

CTAM has launched a TV Everywhere (TVE) collaboration to develop a solution that will dramatically improve the sign-in experience for pay-TV customers across platforms, both in and out of the home.

Among a welter of updates and enhancements to its core platforms ad services, CE giant Apple is allowing for the first time its US customers to access services with single sign-on.

In support of its initiative to develop automation products that help TV stations smoothly migrate from legacy systems, Pebble Beach Systems has appointed as Mike Ruby senior software developer.

Esteban Iriarte has been promoted to chief operating officer (COO) of Millicom, in charge of all the telco’s Latin American operations.

The UK’s public broadcaster, the BBC, has revealed the advances that it has made with its first forays into the world of virtual reality (VR).

Smart video player maker Cedato has launched an Open Video API offering a framework for developing native video advertising experiences.