Castalia Communications Corporations launched the SVOD OTT Europa+, focused on European content, in Latin American and Caribbean countries, in partnership with the Mexican investment fund Innokap.
As detailed, it is possible to access the platform’s catalog for a USD 5.99 monthly subscription. Europa+ content catalog is available without advertising, and offers more than 1,500 hours of the most recent and popular series on European TV, as well as documentaries, reality shows, special events, children’s content, and others, available in original language and subtitled in English and Spanish. Access to the OTT can be done from iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, in addition to its web version. Europa+ offers an initial seven-day free trial period, and allows subscribers to download content to watch it on mobile devices, without the need for an internet connection.
The Europa + portfolio brings together content from companies such as BBC Studios, Studio Canal, TF1, ZDF. NordicWorld, Studio 100, Mediaset, and Spiegel. According to the information reported by the company, the platform is designed for European expatriates residing in Latin America and for those who like to watch European series and content. Europa+ brings together productions from Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy and other countries in the region.
Luis Torres-Bohl, President at Europa+ and Castalia Communications, reported that “for almost 30 years, Castalia has forged a history of successful launchings of new media companies around the world’, adding that the mission they have ‘has always been to give the many and different voices of our world the opportunity for them to be heard’. Similarly, Ruben Mendiola, COO and Managing Director at Europa +, reported that the OTT ‘offers programming that makes Europeans who live and work in Latin America and the Caribbean feel more connected to the countries where they were born’, and stated that those who enter Europa + ‘will have at hand the most fascinating and new of European dramas, comedies, documentaries, reality shows, programs about nature, cars, cartoons, and more’.