Tag Archives: Costa Rica

Kanal D Drama strengthens itself in Latin America and is now available in Colombia and Costa Rica through Tigo

Thema America, a Canal+ group company, has announced this last Monday, February 1st, that Kanal D Drama, Turkish dramas producer and distributor worldwide, is adding new markets in Latin America, and is now available in Colombia and Costa Rica through Tigo’s programming grid. As reported from Thema America, Kanal D Drama now reaches all Tigo [...]

Telefonica accelerates its departure from Hispanic America

Telefonica is the second largest telecommunications group in the region, by accesses and revenues. Pressured by the weight of its global debt, Telefonica will sell its assets in the nine markets grouped in Hispanic America. After nearly three years of deliberation on ways to reduce exposure, it will move forward on a country-by-country sale. According [...]

Fox News International continues its Latin American expansion and is now available in Chile and Panama

The US company Fox Corp announced last week the expansion of its SVOD OTT Fox News International, recently launched in Mexico, to various countries, including Latin American ones,  such as Chile and Panama, where it is now available. At first, the platform was launched in Mexico in August, and gradually added new countries. As reported [...]

Disney launches Disney+ pre-sale offer in 10 Latin American countries

14 days after the official launch of Disney+ in Latin America, scheduled for next November 17th, The Walt Disney Company launched a pre-sale offer of the SVOD OTT, available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Uruguay. The pre-launch offer is only available through the official Disney+ website, and is [...]

FUTV joins Sky programming grid and is now available in the entire Costa Rican pay TV market

The sports TV channel FUTV, officially launched last February 29th, has recently joined Sky  grid (Televisa and AT&T). With the news, the channel is already part of the catalog of almost all pay TV operators in the country. To date, apart from Sky, FUTV is available for customers of Cabletica, Telecable, Kölbi, Claro and Tigo, [...]

Tigo Sports expands in Costa Rica and reaches Coopelesca and Super Cable

As officially reported by the Costa Rican newspaper La Republica on its web version, the pay TV sports channel Tigo Sports is expanding its reach in Costa Rica, and will now be available to Coopelesca and Super Cable customers. With this news, clients of the two companies will be able to access a sports catalog [...]

Claro now offers broadband via FTTH in Costa Rica

Claro (América Movil) started its broadband offer via FTTH in Costa Rica. As officially reported by the website of the local newspaper La Nacion, who detailed that, so far, the service is available in Curridabat, San Francisco de Dos Rios, La Unión, Pavas, Sanchez, Mata Redonda and San Antonio de Belen. At Claro, we are [...]

Tigo adds FUTV to is programming grid and starts offering Tigo Sports to pay TV operators in Costa Rica

Telecommunications company Millicom, which operates in Latin America under the ‘Tigo’ brand, announced this Thursday that it is already offering the FUTV channel, officially launched in late February, as part of its TV channels catalog , with which it shares the rights to broadcast the Costa Rican Professional Football League through its sports channel, Tigo [...]

Telefonica sells its Costa Rican operations to Liberty Latin America

The Spanish company Telefonica announced on Thursday an agreement to sell its operations in Costa Rica with Liberty Latin America, valued at USD 500 million. The agreement took place after the frustrated negotiation with Millicom, which ended in a lawsuit made Telefónica against the company that operates under the Tigo brand in Latin America for [...]

Tigo Sports could be available in more Costa Rican TV operators if it comes to terms with FUTV

As reported by several specialized websites, days ago Tigo Costa Rica (Millicom) reported that it would be willing to make its sports channel Tigo Sports, owner of the TV rights to broadcast five teams local matches in the Costa Rican Professional Football League, available to the rest of the Costa Rican pay TV operators, in [...]