Mexico Readys Telecom Reform
Approved in 24 local Congresses, the Permanent Committee submitted the telecommunications' reform to the Official Gazette of the Federation to be published. Up next, ttv analyzes its main points (part 1).
Brazil: 17 Million Pay TV Homes
Anatel sees the service growing 23% a year, with 27.9 of every 100 Brazilian homes having access to pay TV and services now reaching more than 53.8 million people.
Piracy in Numbers
The impact generated by illegal content access, analyzed at the Intellectual Property and Freedom of Speech Challenges Summit in Colombia, would translate to 5 billion pesos (US$ 2...
Linear VS On-Demand: Who's Really Ahead?
As Netflix's CEO didn't hesitate to declare "online TV will replace linear TV," across the Atlantic Time Warner's CEO said "TV is taking over the internet, not the other way around...
"New Middle Class" Fuels Brazil's Engine
A new report by the Data Popular Institute says 95 of every 100 new Brazilian pay TV clients belong to the C and D classes, a demo that's especially influential in the outskirts of...
The Keys to Sell a Format
Many doubts may arise when it comes to selling any product to the world. In the case of an audiovisual format, its legal particularities make it an even more difficult product to d...
An Update on UK Digital TV Landscape
98 percent of the country's households accessed digital television over any platform, totaling 25.1 million, a 5 percent year-over-year increase. Meanwhile, 54 percent of UK househ...
Back and Forth
The National Chamber in Argentina determined the 2008 media law's article regarding licensing is unconstitutional. The Government will now appeal to the Supreme Court.