Tag Archives: Pay-per-view

Globo takes Palmeiras Brazil’s Cup matches to PPV

Through an official statement, the Brazilian FTA channel Globo confirmed that the Round of 16 matches of the Brazils Cup will only be available for Premiere subscribers. While Globo is still negotiating with Palmeiras to broadcast the teams matches in the Brasileirao tournament, the two Brazilian football team matches in the Brazil Cup will only [...]

Palmeiras and Atletico Paranaense do not come to terms with Globo to broadcast on PPV

A new Brazilian Football Championship edition -called Brasileirao- started this Saturday, April 27th. From all the teams taking part in the competition, Palmeiras and Atletico Paranaense have not ran an agreement to broadcast their matches under the pay-per-view (PPV) modality yet and, as long as the situation persists, subscribers to the service (through Premiere FC) [...]

Procon notifies Brazilian pay TV operators about football broadcasts in PPV

Consumer Protection and Defense Foundation (Procon), based in San Pablo, Brazil, notified Pay TV operators Claro, Sky, Vivo, Oi and Tim to clarify their subscribers modalities under which they will offer Brazilian Football Championship  broadcastings packages on pay-per-view (PPV). These content generated a USD 27 billion profit in 2018. Procon questioned Brazilian operators about the [...]

Oscar de la Hoya: “Pay-Per-View is dead”

In the press conference of the fight between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Michael “Rocky” Fielding at Madison Square Garden, former world boxing champion and founding partner of Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar de la Hoya, said that “the Pay- Per-View is dead” and streaming is now the new model. In October, Golden Boy and DAZN announced [...]