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September 2016 has been set as the Indian government deadline to launch 32 direct-to-home (DTH) TV channels to provide quality educational content to teachers, students and all citizens across India.

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) will broadcast the ATP 500 Citi Open in Washington from 19 July, followed by the ATP 1000 Rogers Cup in Toronto from 25 July.

After airing in Spain for a year, the Spanish-language version Non Stop People is now arriving in Latin America, where is to be distributed on cable, satellite and OTT by ATM Broadcast.

The quest by multiple gold-winning Olympian sailor Ben Ainslie to lead the UK to win the America's Cup for the first time since 1851 will be broadcast by BT Sport and BBC Two.

Azam Media has entered a five year deal worth TZS23 billion with Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) to retain the country’s premier league TV broadcasting rights.

Following an agreement with Cisneros Media Distribution, Telemundo Internacional is to air in Latin America High Hill Entertainment’s series The Human Side of Fame.

From 18 July, the BBC’s Francophonic African TV service Afrique will be available to audiences in Senegal via BBC Infos on Dunyaa TV (DTV).
Turner global news brand CNN has unveiled its latest move in providing multiscreen TV in Africa with a new, multi-platform operation in Lagos.