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Netflix will not increase its rates in Mexico and Brazil

OTT platform Netflix announced this week a rates increasement in US and several Latin American subscribers, except for Mexico and Brazil, which will continue paying the previous rates. Netflix will increase its most popular plan price, Standard, in an 18%. It will cost USD 13 monthly, instead of USD 11 which costed previously, according to [...]

CNN Brazil will be launched through licenses

CNN Brazil will be launched this year as a multi platform news TV channel, but it will not be programmed by Turner. TV network will be available for Pay TV subscribers as a 24 hour news channel, and also on digital platforms. Journalist Douglas Tavolaro will be the CEO of the company, while manager Rubens [...]

Record TV made the first live voting with digital TV middleware in Brazil

Brazilian free-to-air  TV network Record TV made the first live voting in Brazilian digital TV through remote control, with the middleware Ginga, in order to choose the best dressed in the Golden Globe 2019. Record TV is the first TV network in using this method to interact with its audience in Brazil. The novelty took [...]

DAZN offers Brazilian users live streaming of soccer matches on Facebook and YouTube

Sports streaming platform DAZN has entered the Brazilian market with the transmission of one Serie A match on Facebook and YouTube. In March 2019, the company will launch its OTT SVOD service in the country. Coverage is available free and began on Friday December 7 with the match between Juventus and Inter for the Italian [...]

Globo launches direct-to-consumer services Telecine and Premiere

Globo announced that it has launched Telecine and Premiere as direct-to-consumer services. This way, users can access the content without a pay TV subscription. As part of this process, the group launched a new billing platform. Telecine is the network of Premium channels that Globo has in partnership with Disney, Fox and Universal. The SVOD [...]

Oi grows with pay TV and surpasses Vivo

According to data from regulator Anatel, the Brazilian pay TV market registered 17.7 million active subscribers in October 2018, which represented a fall of 418,000 (-2.3%) subscribers compared to the same period last year, and of 103,000 (-0.58%) compared to September. Among the main pay TV groups, Oi was the only company that reported growth [...]