Tag Archives: Cablevision

Flow launches new original series focused on female football

With the aim of adding a new entertainment content for its clients, the Flow platform, owned by the Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision (Telecom Argentina), has recently launched Cambiando el juego, its new original series, co-produced by Ecocinema and UNK Sports Management (marketing agency focused on developing female football initiatives). Since last Thursday, November 12th, [...]

Telecom Argentina continues increasing Flow Boxes distribution and keeps its pay TV base stable

As part of its Q3 2020 quarterly results report presentation , Telecom Argentina reported a total of 3.6 million pay TV subscribers (offered through the Cablevision pay TV operator), and 1,170 million Flow Boxes distributed. The number of Flow STBs made an increase of 92 thousand in relation to the 1,078 thousand that had been [...]

Flow adds FW programs and series on its catalog

Flow, OTT owned by the Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision (Telecom Argentina), announced a partnership with FW, the first WebTV channel in Latin America, thanks to which it is adding series and programs from the channel to its content catalog. As reported by different specialized websites, the partnership between Flow and FW brings together a [...]

Cablevision adds Disney+ as part of its pay TV, OTT and telephony offer

Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision announced on Tuesday that its TV clients, as well as those of its TV everywhere Flow platform and the mobile operator Personal (Telecom Argentina) will be able to access Disney+, Disney’s new SVOD OTT that will be available as of this month to Latin America, and is enabling from today [...]

Flow premieres ‘Post Mortem’ and records 22 original productions on its content catalog

The OTT Flow, owned by the Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision (Telecom Argentina) is about to launch Post Mortem, its new original production, made in co-production with the content producer StoryLab and TecTV, the TV channel of the Argentine Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry. With the new launch, the platform already records a total of [...]

Flow records 126 million viewed content and 5 million connected devices during the pandemic period

Cablevision Flow, Telecom Argentinas OTT, reported its content consumption performance during the quarantine period, between March 20th and July 1st. During the period, the amount of content viewed on the platform amounted to 126 million titles, 35% more compared to the first three months of the year, that is, the period of the year  before [...]

BBC Studios to continue showing British content in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay with Flow

BBC Studios and the Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision agreed to extend the multi-year agreement they ran in December 2017, through which Cablevision Flows subscribers in Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay -where it was launched last year- will have access, during the next two years, to more than 200 hours of British content, including drama series, [...]

Cablevision to add Amazon Prime Video to Flow STBs

As reported by the specialized website TAVI Latam, the Argentine pay TV operator Cablevision is working to integrate the OTT Amazon Prime Video into its Flow platform. TAVI Latam reported that there is no confirmed launch date up to now, and that the information was reported by Roberto Nobile, Telecom Argentinas new CEO, in a [...]

Carlos Moltini is appointed as new Chairman at Telecom Argentina Board of Directors

Carlos Moltini was appointed as new Chairman of the Board of Directors of Telecom Argentina to replace Alejandro Urricelqui. As reported in a report filed with the National Securities Commission (CNV), Urricelqui gave his position up last May 15th, for personal reasons. Despite his decision, Urricelqui will continue to be linked to the company’s Board [...]

Pay TV falls 3.8% in Uruguay and ends 2019 with 677 thousand subscribers

According to the last report published by the Uruguayan Communications Services Regulatory Unit (URSEC), the country ended 2019 with 677,290 pay TV subscribers, a 26,912 subscribers loss in relation to December 2018, which means a 3.8% less subscribers. At the same time, the country recorded 10,867 fewer clients compared to June 2019. The pay TV [...]