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Welsh free-to-air TV channel S4C has turned to communications infrastructure and media services company Arqiva to ensure delivery of its HDTV offer.

WDRB-TV FOX 41's all-HD live coverage of the 2016 Thunder Over Louisville event in Louisville was supported by Utah Scientific.

As the company positions itself to capitalise on an increased number of growth opportunities in the global pay-TV industry, Alticast has appointed Mike Fallon as president of its Americas business.

Riedel Communications is the latest media technology company to join the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) alliance.

As Chile grows in importance for Turner, the company is readying a new commercial team in the country, where it manages 20 TV channels.

To provide a much needed increase in quality of service, UK telecoms regulator Ofcom is proposing that BT’s Openreach division, which runs the nation’s broadband networks, should operate as a distinct company.

As it attempts to scale its video business to meet demand, Shaw Communications and Rogers joint venture shomi has deployed enabling technology from Elemental and Amazon Web Services.

Broadcast technology system provider ARRIS International has expanded its channel programme into the United States and Canada.