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The Spanish and Brazilian governments have announced that they are about to lay an undersea cable to offer fast online and cloud services to consumers in both countries by 2019.

All broadcasting technologies and operators apart from América Móvil’s Claro are experiencing growth in Chile’s burgeoning pay-TV market.

HBO is claiming record viewership for Cinemax’s new themed programming block Cinergía across the main Latin American markets.
Spanish-language Bollywood channel Zee Mundo has found its first Latin American partner in the form of Ecuador’s TV Cable.

Premium Colombian pay-TV channel Época has added content from La Kalle, Caracol’s 360° project, which mixes TV, radio, cable, DTT and digital platforms.

Indian multi-system operator (MSO) Den Networks has received shareholders’ approval to demerge its broadband and Internet service provider (ISP) division Skynet Cable Networks.

There is a lot of life yet in the European cable industry, with IHS statistics released by the industry’s trade association, Cable Europe, showing total revenues up 4.6% year-on-year.

Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (SPEJ) and trading house Mitsui are forming a joint venture to operate their leading anime cable TV channels Animax and Kids Station.