Cablevision adds Entertainment One titles to Flow in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay

Argentine telecommunications company Telecom Argentina has officially announced on Monday, June 28th that Flow customers will be able to access titles from the Canadian film and TV studio Entertainment One (eOne) in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. According to the information reported, the agreement run by both companies adds more than 90 hours of content to Flow and 17 titles on demand, to be watched on any device.

The eOne titles already available on Flow as a result of the partnership between the two companies include series, films and documentaries, such as ‘Mary Kills People’; ‘Nurses’; ‘La Garconne’; the BAFTA Award-winning and Emmy-nominated documentary ‘Inside China’ and ‘The Battle for Hong Kong’ (these last two titles will be available from July 7th).

‘We are committed to expanding our business in the Latin American market and forging strong relationships with our clients’, reported David Hanono, VP at eOne. ‘Flow is a key player in the region, which makes this a natural partnership that aligns with our strategy of working with local platforms to expand our presence throughout the territory’, added the executive.

According to Antonio Alvarez, Programming Director at Telecom Argentina, through this agreement with eOne, ‘we continue to strengthen our commitment to quality international content, and we continue to empower Flow so that our clients can continue to enjoy new content, so that our platform continues to be the meeting point for entertainment, and that they can enjoy it from the device of their choice’.

EOne titles are added to the on demand and live TV content already available on Flow. In addition, they are available to all Cablevision customers through Cablevisión HD’s channel 1 or through the Flow app. Apart from Cablevision, eOne had already announced similar partnerships with other companies in Latin America. Recently, eOne has added titles on Globoplay, Grupo Globo’s SVOD OTT; and confirmed an agreement with Olympusat, to add titles to its AVOD OTT, FreeTV.