Category: TV channels / Content

Insight TV expands to Latin America and announces team to lead program sales in the region

Dutch Insight TV announced its expansion in Latin America with the appointment of two sales agents from the region: Raquel Yepes will oversee content sales; and Marco Ibarra and Edgar Spielmann, co-founders of 2BeNamed Strategic Partners, will lead their team to drive linear and digital channel distribution efforts for Insight TV. All of them will [...]

Crunchyroll and Cartoon Network bring Toonami back to Latin America

Cartoon Network and the company Crunchyroll, focused on anime content, announced the return of Toonami to Latin America, a segment that features the best Asian anime content on the channel, starting on Monday, August 31st, from Monday to Friday at midnight. As officially reported by Cartoon Network, the agreement will last for one year and [...]

Globo to premiere new series produced during quarantine period in September

Adding itself to the multiple series that emerged in the region during the Coronavirus pandemic, Globo announced that it will premiere Amor e Sorte in September, with four episodes that will be premiered on TV Globo. As detailed by the company, each episode is based on issues related to the quarantine period. In the first [...]

Disney rebrands its TV studios after merging with Fox

As part of the Fox acquisition, Disney announced it will be rebranding its TV studios. This way, 20th Century Fox Television becomes 20th Television; Fox 21 Television Studios will now become Touchstone Television; and ABC Studios and ABC Signature will merge as ABC Signature. As reported by the specialized website Variety, the removal of the [...]

GOLTV offers almost USD 50 million for Bolivian Football TV broadcasting rights

The Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) officially reported this last Tuesday the list of companies that are competing for the rights to broadcast the Bolivian Professional Football League between 2021 and 2024. As reported by the entity, of the eight companies that presented their offers, Sport TV Rights; Tigo Bolivia and GolTV are the ones that [...]

Globo and DAZN decide to finish TV broadcasting rights agreements with Conmebol in Brazil for Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana

The Brazilian group Globo and the OTT DAZN, which began its operations in Brazil in May last year and is currently working on its expansion plans to more countries in Latin America and the rest of the world, decided to finish the TV broadcasting rights agreements they had available with the South American Football Confederation [...]

Sharp and Roku launch new smart TV line in Mexico

After announcing a partnership with JVC in July, Sharp Electronics Corporation and Roku announced last week the launch of the Sharp Roku TV smart TVs line in Mexico, with screen sizes ranging from 32 to 40 inches. The first model to be officially released is the 45-inch Sharp Roku Full HD, the first Roku TV [...]

TV Azteca launches new documentary on former Mexican football player Jorge Campos

TV Azteca announced it is premiering Inmortal, a new docu series that focuses on the life and history of former Mexican football player Jorge Campos. The content will be broadcast from this Wednesday, August 5th in an eight-episode weekly format, and can only be accessed through the TV Azteca Deportes website or through the app, [...]

Mexico takes schools to TV with Televisa, TV Azteca, Grupo Imagen and Grupo Multimedios

With the aim of offering distance education to Mexican students during the Coronavirus pandemic, the Mexican Government announced an agreement with Televisa, TV Azteca, Grupo Imagen and Grupo Multimedios to broadcast classes to more than 30 million classmates. Mexico will resume classes remotely from next August 24th. We are convinced that, despite adversity, it is [...]

Chespirito’s programs stop being broadcast worldwide

After more than 50 years being aired, TV programs from Mexican writer, actor and screenwriter Roberto Gomez Bolaños, known as Chespirito, will not been broadcast worldwide, including in Latin America, because Grupo Televisa and Grupo Chespirito have not come to terms for that. The information was confirmed this Saturday, August 1st, by Roberto Gómez Fernandez, [...]