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CNN Brazil to launch on March 9th officially

A year after announcing its arrival at Brazil, CNN confirmed that the date of its official launch will be next March 9th. The  news channel official presentation will take place that day at an event to be held in San Pablo. In addition, although it has not been confirmed yet, local media in Brazil are [...]

Roku arrives at Brazil with smart TVs and SVOD deals

Roku announced yesterday its upcoming launch in Brazil, that is happening in tandem with local smart TV manufacturing and subscription streaming partnerships. Roku is partnering with manufacturer AOC to release a pair of smart TVs for the Brazilian market, AOC Roku TV models will be available online today in Casas Bahia, Ponto Frio and Extra, [...]

Disney announces the full Disney+ catalog before its launch in the US

Through its official Twitter account, Disney announced this week how its new Disney+ catalog, its new OTT to be launched next November 12th in the US, will be set up. The new platform will feature the entire catalog of the company, which includes Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, Fox and National Geographic productions, apart from several [...]

DocuBay, SVOD OTT focused on documentaries, is globally launched

DocuBay, platform with an exclusive documentaries catalog, is globally launched and available in more than 180 countries. Its subscribers can access to documentaries in a wide variety of genres, including travelling, culture, nature, adventure, sports and biographies.  The OTT offers two subscription plans: the premium one, at USD 9.99 for three months and up to [...]

Paramount+ launches in Mexico on August 8th through Claro Video

Viacom International Media Networks Americas (VIMNA) announced that its OTT Paramount+ will arrive at Mexico next August 8th through Claro Video. The platform was recently launched in Latin America, where it is already available through the Brazilian operator Net, apart from other international markets such as Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Norway, Poland and Sweden. Subscribers from [...]