Category: Free to Air

Mondo TV Iberoamerica, which is part of the Italian group Mondo TV, announced an agreement with TV Azteca for the broadcast of all series of its library in Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras. Through this agreement, the production company will transfer the broadcast rights on free-to-air TV, on the newly released a+ channel, of the entire Mondo […]


Disney Africa concludes exclusive free-to-air deal with e.TV in South Africa. e.TV viewers will now have a large array of feature films, animated series and shorts, alongside live-action shows from The Walt Disney Studios, Disney Pixar and ABC Studios. The new addition will strengthen the existing collection of content from Marvel Studios on e.TV. audience […]


Kwesé Sports and MultiChoice’s SuperSport, SABC, StarTimes and CANAL+ have acquired the broadcasting rights of the 2017-2018 FIFA games. This deal will include the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Rights of the 2018 FIFA World Cup concerns Econet Media’s Kwesé Sports to screen the competition in all the […]


The mobile programming guide (EPG) of Eutelsat Communications, Sat.TV, is further expanding its activities with the addition of free-to-air channels. They will be broadcasted from 7/8o West neighbourhood. With Sat.TV, Middle East and North African viewers will now be able to browse through the program schedules of around 400 free-to-air channels. They also have the […]


Brazilian Serie A soccer teams Palmeiras, Santos, Atlético Paranaense, Coritiba and Bahia announced that they have signed a commitment to negotiate the TV rights for free-to-air TV (FTA) and Pay-per-view (PPV). In Pay TV, the teams already signed agreements with Esporte Interativo (Turner). According to the president of the Deliberative Council of Atlético Paranaense, Mario Celso […]


Argentine TV broadcaster El Trece (Grupo Clarín) premiered the new series “Divina, está en tu corazón”, which airs daily on its free-to-air channel and also has its first season available on VOD in Cablevision HD and Flow (also part of Grupo Clarín). This is the first series with Argentine production designed for multiple platforms, with […]