Tag Archives: US

Paramount+ launches ad-supported plan in the US

According to information recently reported on the specialized website Variety, Paramount+, ViacomCBSs SVOD OTT, is launching today a new option with advertising for its subscribers in the US. Although the OTTs SVOD version officially launched last March 4th in Latin America, up to now, the company has not reported intentions to launch a similar initiative [...]

HBO Max ad-supported tier is now available in the US

WarnerMedia (AT&T) announced this last Wednesday, June 2nd, that, since that day, HBO Max has launched its new advertising-supported (AVOD) subscription tier. This way, the platforms subscribers will be able to chose between the SVOD subscription, valued at USD 14.99 per month, or with ads, for USD 9.99 per month, as it was previously announced. [...]

Isabel Rafferty, CEO at Canela Media: ‘After launching Canela.TV in the US, Puerto Rico and Mexico, we will go forward to the rest of Latin America’

Isabel Rafferty, CEO & Founder at Canela Media, was interviewed by Nextv News Latin America and gave details about what will be the launch of Canela.TV, the companys AVOD OTT, in the region, after its launch in Mexico, the US and Puerto Rico. In addition, the executive reported that the company plans to launch another [...]

Roku already features Quibi’s original productions

The streaming devices company Roku has officially launched its Roku Originals brand last Thursday, May 20th, with which it strengthens its catalog with titles from the Quibi platform, which has stopped operating a few months after being launched. Earlier this year, Roku confirmed the acquisition of its catalog and, according to information officially reported by [...]

ViacomCBS and 1190 Sports take the Brasileirão to the US through Paramount+

1190 Sports, responsible for marketing the international rights to broadcast the Brazilian Football League (Brasileirão), and Paramount+, ViacomCBSs SVOD OTT, recently relaunched in Latin America, announced have this Tuesday, May 18th, an agreement to broadcast the Brazilian Football Leagues A Series matches in English in the US until 2023. According to the terms of the [...]

Telefe Noticias arrives at the US with Pluto TV

ViacomCBS announced this Tuesday, May 11th, that its AVOD OTT Pluto TV is adding the Telefe Noticias channel, one of the most important Spanish-language news channels in Argentina, to its content offering in the US. The channel will be available on Pluto TV en Español, a new section for the platform’s Hispanic audiences. The channel [...]

Telemundo creates new studios to meet streaming demands of Latin audiences

NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises has announced this last Wednesday, May 5th, that it has created Telemundo Streaming Studios, the first Hispanic media studio focused on satisfying and serving Latin streaming audiences in the US and other parts of the world. The new production unit launches with more than 35 titles in development and production stages, including [...]

Televisa merges its media, content and production assets with Univision and plans to launch new streaming platform

Mexican Group Televisa and the US company Univision announced this Tuesday, April 13th, an agreement whereby Televisa combines its content assets with Univisión, thus creating the largest Spanish-speaking media group in the world. The new company is called Televisa-Univision, and, according to the information reported, one of its first projects will be the launch of [...]

Netflix and Sony Pictures Entertainment sign licensing deal for feature films in the US from 2022

According to the information that Netflix has officially reported, the company and Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) have announced a multiyear, exclusive first pay window licensing deal in the US for theatrically released SPE feature films, beginning with their 2022 film slate. The new partnership will replace the one Netflix had run with Starz. In addition, [...]

Netflix and Sony Pictures Entertainment sign licensing deal for feature films in the US from 2022

According to the information that Netflix has officially reported, the company and Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) have announced a multiyear, exclusive first pay window licensing deal in the US for theatrically released SPE feature films, beginning with their 2022 film slate. The new partnership will replace the one Netflix had run with Starz. In addition, [...]