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Megacable launches Xview in Mexico 20 June 2017

Megacable has announced extension of its TV everywhere streaming service: Xview. A video-on-demand (VOD) service will be included in the platform with around 100 live linear TV feeds. Xview will only be available for Megacable subscribers as an add-on to their existing pay-TV packages and is not being offered as an independent service currently. The …

HBO GO to be launched in Latin America 14 June 2017

HBO is all set to launch its standalone over-the-top (OTT) service, HBO GO in major parts of Latin America. The subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service is currently available in Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Brazil since 2016. In rest of the areas of Latin America, HBO GO is offered as a pay-TV service. The much anticipated launch …

Mobile data consumption grows in Mexico with increased online video viewing 13 June 2017

Online video viewing has resulted in an exponential increase in mobile data consumption in the last two years. According to The Competitive Intelligence Unit, online video viewing has been the driving force behind this increase in mobile data consumption. Some other facts and figures from the report: Usage of mobile data has risen by 69.3% …

Standalone SVOD service on Claro Video launched by Fox in MÉXICO 22 May 2017

Fox Networks Group (FNG) Latin America announced introduction of its SVOD platform FOX Premium on Claro Video (América Móvil) service in Mexico. Through Mexican OTT, broadband users can subscribe to FOX Premium, without having to subscribe to pay TV services. Access to seven live linear channels with exclusive content and blockbuster movies are offered on …

Third of connected Mexicans have VOD subscriptions 23 January 2017

According to an IFT report, 36% of Mexican broadband users subscribe to an over-the-top (OTT) video service. The report stated that video is an important driver of online activity and watching videos appears to be the most recurrent activity among Mexicans. Some 85% of online users watch free short videos over the Internet, with paid and subscription services …

Mexico’s Digital Video Market Grows 39% in 2016 20 January 2017

According to a new IHS Technology report, Mexico’s digital video market including the subscription (SVOD) and transactional (TVOD) video on demand services grew an estimated 39% in 2016, establishing Mexico as Latin America’s second largest online video content distribution market. Competition between OTT services such as Netflix, ClaroVideo, Blim helps drive the market growth, says the report. …

Infographic: A Peek into the Future of OTT Market in LATAM regions. 13 January 2017

OTT is said to lead the Latin America growth. Many Video Producers and Content Owners are expanding into the region looking at it’s high potential and growing market. In fact, Brazil and Mexico are Number 4 and Number 5 on the global list. The revenues from entire LATAM OTT services are expected to grow double from US …

A Peek into Latin America’s Video Streaming Market 10 January 2017

OTT will lead LATAM growth After Asia and Western Europe, the geography which is attracting much of an OTT traction is Latin America. Despite having limited broadband penetration and high levels of piracy, Latin America shows great potential to become OTT dominated region in coming 5 years, given the changing habits of consumers. Statista recorded …

OTT to reach 30% of Mexican homes by 2025 29 December 2016

According to an analysis by Citibanamex published in the newspaper El Universal, almost a third of Mexican households (30%) will pay for OTT services in 2025, led by Televisa’s Blim and Netflix. The mexican OTT video market is set to generate over $220 million income in less than ten years, stated the study. Televisa’s video-on-demand (VOD) …

Fifth of LatAm homes to pay for SVoD by 2021 28 October 2016

According to a recent study by Digital TV Research, every one in five Latin American TV household is set to sign up for a SVOD service in the coming five years. The forecast report covering over 18 LatAm countries, states that the SVOD universe will amount to 31.81 million subs in 2021, up from 12.19 million in …

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