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Televisa has launched its IPTV convergent operation izzi in San Luis Potosí, strengthening its fibre footprint in central Mexico.

Foxtel has expanded its National Broadband Network (nbn) services for premises in fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) and fibre-to-the-building (FTTB) serviceable areas across Australia.

Cablevisión has added four linear networks to its pay-TV platform, as well as several Oscar-winning movies to its video-on-demand (VOD) bouquet , Flow

In a move it says will ‘liberate’ operators’ legacy TV infrastructures, IP-based/cloud video software and device specialist Amino has launched a virtual set-top-box (STB).

Ooredoo’s IPTV service has now passed the 100,000 subscriber mark, the Qatari telecommunications operator has announced.

After two years of strong growth, Vodafone’s pay-TV operation in Spain has slowed a little in the first quarter of 2017.

While Brazil, Telefónica’s leading Latin American pay-TV market, continues to weaken, its second-line markets are strengthening the operator’s regional position.

As Colombia prepares to privatise Bogotá’s public telco, ETB, Telefónica and Millicom have been flagged up as potential buyers.