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ESPN Brazil Renews Premier League Rights

SÃO PAULO: ESPN Brazil has signed a new deal, running from 2013 to 2016, to continue its coverage of English Premier League soccer, which it has aired in the country since 2003. The new pact encompasses coverage on ESPN, ESPN Brasil, ESPN+ and ESPN Brasil HD, as well as WatchESPN ...

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Grupo Salinas Launches OTT, Streaming Service in Latin America

MEXICO CITY: Ricardo B. Salinas‘s Grupo Salinas has unveiled Totalmovie, a new OTT service that delivers high-quality streaming video to users across Latin America.  Totalmovie has amassed 1.9 million registered users to date. The service receives 5 million unique monthly visitors in Latin America. This makes Totalmovie the second-busiest VOD ...

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Turner Latin America Ups Josh Weinrobe

ATLANTA: Josh Weinrobe has been promoted to VP of digital development at Turner Latin America. In his new role, Weinrobe will be responsible for heading the digital business strategy and operational planning activities across Turner Latin America’s 16 pay-TV networks. He will be expected to help improve the capitalization of ...

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Additional Caracol Content Available on ADNStream

BOGOTÁ: Caracol Television has placed four additional productions on the digital ADNStream platform for Spanish audiences.  The Cartel 2 and There is No Paradise without Breasts are among the shows set for ADNStream. Also part of the new pact are Mariana & Scarlett and Luna the Heiress. These shows join Caracol’s The ...

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Univision Deportes to Bring CONCACAF Matches to U.S. Viewers

NEW YORK: Univision Deportes has entered into a partnership with the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) for the exclusive Spanish- and Portuguese-language broadcast rights in the U.S. for a number of tournaments.  The agreement marks the largest in CONCACAF’s history. It covers the broadcast rights for the Gold Cup (Copa ...

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Globo to Bring Taís Araújo to DISCOP Africa

SÃO PAULO: Globo plans to take Taís Araújo, a renowned actress from Brazil, to the first day of DISCOP Africa later this week. Known for her work in the hit Globo telenovela Shades of Sin, Araújo is the recipient of an award from the Festival de Cinema Brasileiro (Brazilian Film Festival) for the ...

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Univision Launches Bilingual Digital Network

NEW YORK: Univision Communications has set up UVideos, a bilingual digital network for Hispanic America. The service is available through UVideos.com and the UVideos mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The digital network allows consumers to access Univision content such as Televisa programming, in Spanish or subtitled in English. ...

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Venevision International Makes Deal for A Legend of Shaolin Kungfu

MIAMI: Venevision International has signed an agreement with APA International Film Distributors for the global commercialization of A Legend of Shaolin Kungfu, an action series. The 42×1-hour show, which has been dubbed in Spanish, follows a military-general-turned-monk as he fights against an Emperor’s tyranny. It depicts Kungfu battles and has featured ...

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