Tag Archives: TVOD

Alianza Capitales launches new TVOD OTT in Costa Rica with titles from the main companies in the industry

Costa Rican company Alianza Capitales has launched a new OTT, which it called Soy.TV. The platform works under the TVOD model, and brings together an on demand content catalog from the main film production companies in the industry, including Sony, Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, Metro Goldwyn Mayer -recently acquired by Amazon-, Lionsgate, and others. Up [...]

Mubi to open its first physical cinema in Mexico City

The streaming platform Mubi announced on its official Instagram account that it will open its first physical cinema in Mexico City. Up to now, the date on which the venue will be officially opened was not reported, although the company reported that it is an exploratory step in the transition from streaming to a physical [...]

Grêmio also joins the streaming market with ‘Grêmio Play’

Brazilian football club Grêmio de Porto Alegre announced on Tuesday the launch of its new SVOD OTT, which it called Grêmio Play. According to the information officially reported from the Brazilian club, the platform will bring together sports content entirely focused on the football club, although it will also offer a catalog of around 5 [...]

Claro offers Cinema Virtual’s movies in Brazil through its OTT, Now

Brazilian telecommunications company Claro (America Movil) has announced this last week an agreement with Cinema Virtual, a platform launched in mid-2020 by Encripta, specialized in OTT solutions and owner of the Brazilian platform Looke, so that Claro customers can access its titles through the Brazilian pay TV operators OTT, Now. Cinema Virtuals catalog is made [...]

Chile launches new TVOD OTT focused on theatre

According to what several specialized websites in Chile have recently reported, Escenix Play, a new TVOD OTT with theatre plays as the main attraction, was recently launched with both local and international titles. The platform’s initial catalog includes 30 titles, although it will gradually add more. Access can be made through the payment of CH [...]

Cinemark launches ‘Cine Online’, new TVOD OTT with films, in Argentina and Chile

Due to the closure of cinemas because of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Cinemark cinemas network has recently launched Cine Online, a new streaming platform that offers films that have not been able to be released on movie theaters so far. The initiative was recently launched in Chile, and is now also available in Argentina, as [...]

Cinepolis Klic expands its content offering with Starzplay

Mexican company Cinepolis has officially announced this last Monday, November 23rd, that its TVOD OTT, called Cinepolis Klic, is expanding its content offering. After having announced its expansion to Chile and having integrated Claro Sports into its offer, the platform will also include, from now on, Starzplay (Lionsgate) titles, which was recently launched in Argentina [...]

Encripta relaunches NetMovies as AVOD OTT in Brazil

Since last October 30th, the NetMovies platform, belonging to the Encripta company, modified its business model and started offering all the contents of its catalog for free, based on the AVOD model, without charging a monthly subscription to those who wish to access the platform. With these news, Encripta already covers all possible models on [...]

Teatrix officially launches in Mexico on November 27th

The Argentine OTT Teatrix, whose catalog is focused on theater pieces to be watched on demand, will be officially launched in Mexico on November 27th. As confirmed by Teatrix Mexico’s social networks, the platform made its official presentation in the country at the beginning of November, although it will be officially launched this month on [...]

Red de Salas de Cine launches its own OTT due to the closure of movie theatres in Chile

Chilean Red de Salas de Cine de Chile, made up of independent cinemas in that country, launched its own OTT, with a catalog that already includes around 50 titles between series, short films and feature films, and others. Contents can be watched  for free, through a SVOD version (for CH $ 3,000; USD4), TVOD (for [...]