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Sony seeps into LATAM SVOD market with Crackle

Uruguay’s pay-TV operator Telespectaculo has added Sony’s SVOD service Crackle to its catalog. The subscription service will be available as an add-on to Telespectaculo subscribers. The service is available for subscribers across mobile and connected iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast and Sony’s smart TVs. With this, Sony marks its entrance into the Uruguay …

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VeoFlix expansion plans in Latin America

Veoflix, Uruguay’s Subscription based Video on Demand (SVOD) streaming service is going to expand to other countries in Latin America. It is currently being offered in Uruguay in partnership with telecommunications company Antel. Veoflix currently has about 10,000 visits and is working fervently to convert them to paid active subscriptions. As per the Veoflix director, …

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Income from Netflix and other internet services to be taxed as Uruguayan income

The government of Uruguay has introduced a change in its Accountability bill which would result in Netflix, Spotify and other companies offering services via the internet to pay taxes. The bill states that income that comes either partially or fully from abroad will be considered 100% sourced from Uruguay. In this manner, income generated from …

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QUBIT launches in Latin America

Qubit TV plans to expand its OTT service platform in Peru at the end of the month as announced by Facundo de la Iglesia at the NexTV Series South America event. With this introduction of Qubit in Peru, the total number of markets it runs its business will amount to eight. (Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, …

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Sony to launch SVOD service, Crackle in Uruguay

Sony Pictures Television Networks is partnering with TCC to introduce subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service Crackle in Uruguay. Another territory has been added for Sony for its launch of Crackle, with this move, in addition to it’s recent launches in Argentina and Ecuador. This agreement will provide for Pay-TV clients belonging to TCC to subscribe to …

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Poor network penetration results in limited access to VOD, OTT and IPTV in Brazil

Lack of access to networks as per a report from Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) and the telecom authority Anatel which has led to an unfulfilled demand for access to services such as video-on-demand (VOD), streaming over-the-top (OTT) and IPTV. Only 4 in 10 households have broadband access in Latin America but penetration rates …

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

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 …

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A Peek into Latin America’s Video Streaming Market

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 …

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Lack of Broadband Access threatens Growth of OTT in LATAM

According to a recent study, barely four in every ten LATAM household has access to proper broadband connection. Uruguay leads the penetration with a rate of 79% homes having broadband, followed by Chile at 54%, Argentina at 49%, Mexico and Colombia at 48% and Brazil at 43%. According to the study, most LATAM countries fall below the …

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A Brand New HBO Go Reaches Brazil

The Latin American on-demand and live streaming platform – HBO Go, is now launched in Brazil. This launch is the first step by HBO Go to offer subscription VOD service in Brazil, just like Mexico and Colombia. Currently, the platform is offered as TV everywhere service, with no extra charge in Pay TV operations. However, in Mexico and …

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