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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.

Telefónica has reached an agreement with KKR Group for the sale of 40% of its global telecoms infrastructure company Telxius Telecom for €1,275 million.

Indian multi-system operator (MSO) Hathway has sealed a content deal with Shemaroo Entertainment to populate its recently launched premium advertising-free cable TV service, Hathway Special.

Liberty Global’s Chilean subsidiary VTR has reported a significant shift in customer preferences, as subscribers move towards enhanced video and convergent offerings.

Media giant Liberty Global is claiming that the key drivers of its business plan for 2016 have resulted in a strong end to its financial year with one million revenue-generating unit additions and Q4 European operating income of $683 million.

The HDBaseT Alliance and UL have announced a certification programme for power over HDBaseT (PoH) cables.

The Basque cable operator Euskaltel and Zegona, owner of Asturia’s Telecable, are reported to be negotiating the merger of the three regional cablecos.