The Iberian-American Telecommunications Organization was re-launched to promote content and connectivity

 

The Iberian-American Telecommunications Organization (OTI) informed through a communication bulletin that it was re-launched with an event on April 7th in the US city of Miami to promote the development of content and access to connectivity.

 

With the presence of the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, executives of some of the top 30 communications companies in Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula and the United States that make up the OTI gathered to recover initiatives such as improving regulatory practices and the defense of freedom of expression.

 

The organization brings together audiences exceeding 500 million people and total annual revenues of more than USD 127 billion, according to the President of the OTI and of Grupo Televisa, Emilio Azcarraga Jean.

 

Among the companies that make up the OTI are AT&T, Telemundo and Univision from the USA; Prisa and Telefonica from Spain; Televisa, TV Azteca, Imagen, Multimedios, Radiorama and Sipse from Mexico; Clarin from Argentina; Bandeirantes from Brazil; Canal Uno, Caracol and RCN from Colombia; Mega, TVN and Canal 13 from Chile; America and Latina from Peru; Red Uno and Unitel from Bolivia; Medcom from Panama; TCS from El Salvador; Teleamazonas from Ecuador; Teletica from Costa Rica; Televicentro from Honduras; and Venevision from Venezuela.