Tag Archives: cable

Brazil records in September the largest pay TV subscribers loss in 2019

According to what the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) reported, Brazilian Pay-TV lost 266 thousand subscribers in September, and 1.7 million annually. This is the largest monthly subscribers loss so far this year. In addition, the agency reported that the pay-TV customer base in September was 16.08 million. The Brazilian pay-TV operator with the largest [...]

Megacable expands its subscribers base and record 4.8 million distributed STBs

In its Q3 2019 financial results report,  its OTT Xview recorded 716 thousand subscriptions, a 15.3% growth against the previous quarter. The company also noted that during Q3, 109 thousand subscribers of the HD service were added, which amounted to 911 thousand customers, and that 83% of its subscriber base is digital, with 4.8 million [...]

Bolivia recorded more than 600 thousand cable TV subscribers in June

Bolivian Telecommunications and Transportation Regulation and Control Authority (ATT) reported 638,533 subscribers to its cable TV offer in June this year in the country. The trend continues to raise and shows 41,172 more subscribers in relation to December 2018, when the amount of cable TV subscribers in Bolivia was 597,361. ATT also reported that cable [...]

Nextv Series ninth edition arrives tomorrow at Mexico to discuss about the future of TV

Nextv Series Mexico & Central America, leading conference organized by Dataxis, will begin tomorrow its ninth edition at the Marriott Reforma Hotel, in Mexico City. On a two-day agenda, the conference panels will feature the topics that interest the industry: future trends in pay TV and home technology, the transformation of cable operators, new D2C [...]

Nextv Series ninth edition arrives at Mexico to discuss about the future of TV

Executives from leading TV, video and OTT companies will meet at the ninth edition of Nextv Series Mexico & Central America, a leading conference organized by Dataxis, which will take place next October 8th and 9th at the Marriott Reforma Hotel, in Mexico City. Pay TV and FTA TV operators and residential telcos may enter [...]

Grey Juice Lab partners with Nuevo Siglo to strengthen NSNow VOD offer

Grey Juice Lab, one of the main VOD service and content providers worldwide, has ran an agreement with Nuevo Siglo for its operations in Uruguay. From September 2019 onwards, Grey Juice Lab provides NSNow, Nuevo Siglos OTT service, with a full catalogue for their TVOD offer. This includes all the Major Studios plus the most [...]

Uruguayan cable operators to debate about the country’s TV industry

Reinventing the box, event in which Uruguayan cable TV operators Montecable, Nuevo Siglo and TCC met Uruguayan and regional TV industry leaders to present, debate and propose ideas based on the new realities of consumer spending. entertainment and the different regulatory contexts, has been developed on Wednesday, March 13th at the Sofitel Hotel in Montevideo, [...]

Cablevision Group totalizes 3.5 million cable TV subscribers in 2018

According to Cablevision Group annual  results report up to December 31st, 2018, the company totalized 3.5 million cable TV subscribers, and CATVs ARPU increased in 36.4 porcentual points compared with 2017. The company considers in this figure the total number of subscribers in Argentina and Uruguay. In the fourth quarter 2018, Cablevision continued adding titles [...]

Millicom reached 3.1 million cable subscribers

In the fourth quarter 2018 Millicom added 93 thousand organic HFC clients and another 368 thousand in Latin America for the operations acquired from Cable Onda in Panama, that is, 461 thousand cable customers to totalize 3.1 million in 2018. From the new organic customers, more than a third belongs to Une-Tigo, in Colombia, where [...]

Colombian Government approves Fox’s purchase by Disney

Colombian Industry and Commerce Superintendence approved the operation for the acquisition of Fox by Disney. According to investigations carried out by the organization, Disney would have less than 20% participation in entertainment, and would acquire leadership only in movies for theatres production and acquire, in which it would record a 28% participation. Operation includes audiovisual [...]