Tag Archives: Netflix

Luis Miguel series to have a second season next year

After confirming that Mexican singer Luis Miguel’s series will arrive at Mexico’s FTA TV in August, Miguel Aleman Magnani, producer and shareholder of Gato Grande Productions, informed that the series will have a second season starting in 2020. About the story, he said that it will be a continuity of what was seen in the [...]

Luis Miguel’s series arrives at Mexican FTA TV through Las Estrellas Channel

Televisa announced that the Mexican singer Luis Miguel biographical series will be premiered on the countrys FTA TV through the Canal de las Estrellas. The series was already aired on Netflix in Latin America and Spain, and on Telemundo in the US.  According to what Televisa informed in an official statement, Luis Miguel, the series, [...]

Tax on digital platforms could collect USD 40 million per year in Chile

According to estimations made by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), applying taxes to digital platforms will allow Chile to collect USD 40 million per year. The figure is lower than the one calculated by the Government, when it presented a measure referred to the Tax Reform, in which it indicated [...]

Izzi adds Netflix subscription to its new packages in Mexico

Mexican telecommunications company Izzi announced an agreement with Netflix to add the OTT subscription to the new companys packages included in its catalog. The Izzi Unlimited offer, which includes telephony and broadband internet and access to all Izzi TV contents -from live channels to VOD- will now include direct access to Netflix with the same [...]

Ecuadorian Government would collect taxes from OTTs

From 2020, Ecuadorian Government analyzes to tax digital platforms, with the aim of raising its tax collection by 1.5% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The proposal, which came up after an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), will be sent to the National Assembly in order to be discussed and approved in the [...]

Netflix adds new original production in Brazil with Gullane

As part of the announcement recently made by Netflix to increase the number of series recorded in Brazil, the platform will produce ‘Boca a boca’, the new original series that it plans to launch together with the Brazilian film and TV contents producer Gullane. Boca a boca, created and scripted by Esmir Filho, will last [...]

New Tim Brazil’s family plan includes Netflix

Brazilian telecommunications company Tim launched its first family plan, called “TIM Black Family,” which includes Netflix and two other digital services: Tim Music, dedicated to streaming music, and TIM Virtual Banking, which allows digital access to more than 100 magazines. Both plans also include of 60, 100 or 180 GB packages to share between family [...]

Win expands its TV and fiber optic internet offer in Peru

The Peruvian telecommunications operator Win announced it will offer TV over the internet through Wing TV. The platform will be available for customers using Android devices, and its catalog will include national FTA TV channels, some internationals and several applications available, such as Netflix, HBO and others. A USD 200 thousand investment  is estimated for [...]

Telecom Argentina records 602 thousand Flow STBs in Q1 2019

In its Q1 2019 financial results report, Telecom Argentina recorded 602 thousand Flow STBs acquired. These number almost doubles the one presented at the same period 2018, when customers with Flow STBs were 312 thousand. Telecom also mentioned it has added Netflix to Flows STB. In addition, customers with a STB and a Netflix account [...]

Mexican filmmakers request digital platforms to pay taxes in the country

Filmmakers from Mexico asked the countrys  Deputies Chambers Culture and Cinematography Commission that digital platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video should pay taxes, and that 30% of the content catalog they offer should include Mexican or independent productions. In early April, Mexicans Finance Minister expressed that OTTs could pay taxes in the country [...]