The multinational company Samsung has officially announced on June 30th its decision to increase its Samsung TV Plus content offering, its exclusive streaming platform for customers with the brand’s smart TVs, in Brazil, where it was officially launched last year. Starting in July, the platform will include more than 35 new channels, which are now added to its catalog of series, movies, sports content, documentaries and news, already available.
According to information officially reported by the company, some of the new channels include ‘Revry Brasil’, with titles related to diversity in LGBTQIA+ pride month; ‘Nashville em português’, launched in 2012 and nominated for the Emmy Awards and the Golden Globes; ‘WildEarth’, focused on content about nature reserves; and ‘Cindie’, whose catalog focuses on the offer of films.
‘The aim of this initiative is to have more and more quality content options on Samsung TV Plus, and the trend is to have more offers within a streaming system that is constantly growing. We had additions that greatly improved the service, and it is great for us to have ‘Revry Brasil’ in the month of LGBTQIA+ pride. We look forward to serving even more diverse audiences, as we highly value diversity and inclusion’, reported Aline Jabbour, Business Development and Content Acquisition in Latin America at Samsung.
Brazil was the first market in Latin America where Samsung officially launched TV Plus, and then expanded the offer to Mexico. Outside the region, the platform is also available in the US, Canada, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Czech Republic, Spain, Finland, France, Italy, Belgium, Norway, Holland, England, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland, Portugal , Australia, India and Korea.