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The Rio 2016 Olympics will be largely watched and commented on across mobile screens in Latin America, research carried out by GFK for Facebook has revealed.

ESPN has introduced a mobile-first multi-sport digital offering in India to tap into the country’s emerging multi-sport landscape.

HispanoPost and the American Spanish-language affiliate EFE News have signed a partnership in which the agency reporters will be able to produce stories on video as part of HispanoPost's B2B content service provision.

Marketer and producer of US Hispanic football programmes, BRC Group, is to launch JUGOtv, a multi-platform digital sports network for Hispanic fans.
The standout finding of the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report hails the rise of the Internet of things (IOT) but it also reveals what the company calls a dramatic shift in teen viewing habits.

24-hour Tamil news television channel Thanthi TV is deploying LiveU portable transmission units to support its live newsgathering capabilities.

Telco equipment giant Nokia has teamed up with Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO to achieve what they say is the first wireless real-time transmission of 8K video deploying 5G mobile radio access technology.

The speed of virtual reality’s (VR) arrival onto the broadcasting scene has gathered pace with the news that Eurosport is to launch a new app designed to fans to access new and innovative VR content at the Roland Garros tennis tournament.