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Continuing its rollout of subscription video-on-demand services in the Central Eastern European region, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) has launched Paramount+ in for customers of Magyar Telekom in Hungary.

The direction of travel for US TV is the is most certainly online and this has highlighted by consumer data from Parks Associates which has found the net promoter score (NPS) for traditional pay-TV providers has continuing to fall into the third quarter of 2018.

zone┬Ětv is once again providing its Santa Tracker to pay-TV providers in the US and Canada.

Yet more bad news in what has been an utterly miserable third quarter of the year for the US pay-TV industry in the form of a Kagan report showing that the combined cable, satellite and telco sectors lost 1.2 million customers.
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Haemorrhaging customer numbers in the satellite TV industry have driven almost a million subscriber losses for major US pay-TV providers during the third quarter of the year says a study from the Leichtman Research Group.
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Aiming to extract the most from its ownership of the crown jewels of UK pay-TV, Sky is to broaden the customer feature set of its Premier League football package.
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Even though for many revenues stayed steady, traditional TV providers in the US have just seen their worst quarter ever for subscriber losses collectively losing about 1.1 million customers in the third quarter, according to numbers-crunching by MoffettNathanson.

Despite the travails in other parts of the world, pay-TV is alive and kicking in Asia-Pac and the market is expected to show 5% annual growth over the current year says research from Media Partners Asia (MPA).