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In a major update planned for early 2018 and which it claims will revolutionise its multiscreen offering, leading UK ISP and IPTV provider TalkTalk has today announced plans to transform its TV platform.

Over the last year, IPTV has managed to dominate Spain’s pay-TV market while fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) is now the main broadband technology.
Satellite is the dominant broadcasting technology for Mexico’s pay-TV, while IP-based services are not penetrating the market, according to the Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT).

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel has unveiled the new set-top box (STB) for its Foxtel Now streaming service.

Barely half of Mexican homes have broadband services, and only 17% of these are through fibre networks, according to a report by The Competitive Intelligence Unit (CIU).

Telefónica Chile has reported a significant revenue drop, which would be larger if it wasn’t for the IPTV and direct-to-home (DTH) operations.
UAE telco Etisalat has successfully completed the first ever trial of a Middle East IPTV service over an existing wireless to the home/business (WTTx) 4G network.

Reliance Jio is preparing to launch TV services via fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband in more than 30 Indian cities in early 2018, after its success this year in disrupting the country’s mobile market.