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Univision Holdings is reportedly aiming for the second half of the year for its initial public offering.

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel will introduce the Sky News Election Channel on 1 May to provide live coverage from both the national campaign trail and that of the US.

Content firm A+E Networks UK has signed a new carriage deal with BT TV, securing the long-term availability of its channel portfolio, which includes HISTORY, H2, Lifetime and Crime + Investigation.

After two seasons of airing local versions of MasterChef, Argentina’s Telefe has premiered its own reality cooking show, Dueños de la Cocina, replacing the BBC format.

Singtel is boosting its international football offering this June after acquiring the broadcast rights for Singapore to the 100th anniversary of South American championship Copa America.

Latin American and Hispanic executives have discussed the key factors for content success at the InnovationMCC Seminar, agreeing that the time for quality TV has arrived and “nobody watches crap on television anymore”.

Sony Max, Sony Six and Sony ESPN, a Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) subsidiary and official broadcasters of the VIVO IPL, have surpassed all expectations in the opening week of the cricket tournament.
Research from Ofcom has found that opinions among UK adults on the quality of television programming have remained unchanged since 2014.