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Fox asks Anatel to file Claro’s lawsuit against Fox+

In response to the lawsuit made by Claro Brazil in Anatel, where it expressed that Fox + – under the name ‘Interactive Sport Plus’ violates the Conditional Access Law (Seac), Fox sent a document in defense of its OTT platform to the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). Document presented by the programmer states that the internet [...]

Vivo to distribute Globosat content for mobile subscribers

Brazilian telecommunications company Vivo will distribute content from Globosat to its mobile subscribers, according to the agreement it signed with G2C, a Globo Group subsidiary. This way, Vivos subscribers will be allowed to access to streaming platforms offered by Globosat through their respective applications. Globosats offer for Vivo includes Premiere Play (USD 21.51); Combat Play [...]

Net and Claro already include Netflix catalog

From Tuesday 19th, February, Net and Claro subscribers in Brazil will be able to access to Netflix catalog. OTT series and movies are available through the operators STB. We are bringing together the best content from all platforms, with Netflix  diversity and quality Netflix. Access will be through Nets remote control, as well as the [...]

Claro Brazil’s complaint against Fox and Turner reaches final arguments

Complaint made by Claro Brazil at Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel), where it questioned Fox and Turners  direct-to-consumer model, continues its course. The agencys technical area gave a 10 day period for the reported companies to present their final arguments, starting from the allegations reception. Anatel can formulate a technical position until the end of [...]

AT&T wants to manage Sky and other Brazilian pay TV channels

We follow Brazilian Law at 100%, said Michael Hartman, AT&T senior vice president to Paulist newspaper Estado, related to the decision that Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) and National Film Agency (Ancine) must make, in which they will define whether AT&T will be able to continue providing satellite content to Sky and other channels such [...]

Acon Group to reach 600 thousand Brazilian subscribers in three years

Cabo Telecom, a Brazilian telecommunications company which belongs to US Acon Investments, will make an infrastructure USD 26.9 million inversion per year to reach 600 thousand subscribers in a between 3 and 4 years period, as reported by Gilbert Minionis, CEO of the company. Grupo Acon landed in Brazil buying Cabo Telecom (Natal) and Multiplay [...]

Anatel decides in April how to invest after TV digitization in Brazil

Brazilian Government, together with National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel), telecommunications and TV companies, postponed to April the decision on how to invest money from analog TV channels replacement first step in Brazil, which is estimated in USD 236 million.  Union General Advocacy (AGU) will establish legal limits in the use of money. Moisés Moreira, Anatel adviser, [...]

ESPN Extra joined 26 new broadbands providers in Brazil

ESPN Extra, newest ESPN linear channel, joined into 26 broadbands providers snf 22 pay TV operators offers package in Brazil. In 2018, the company was distributed by 48 new partners and surpassed 4 million subscribers.   Pay TV operators and Internet broadbands providers recognize the need to satisfy sports fans wherever they are, offering the [...]

Disney and Fox must decide on their merger tomorrow

Economic Defense Administrative Council (CADE) established this Friday 15th, February as the deadline for Disney and Fox to present a final manifestation for its merger process trial, according to what Brazilian Diário Oficial da União reported.    CADE already had pronouncements from Sky, Telefonica, Net, Claro and the rest of pay TV operators. Brazilian National [...]