The ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV has acquired 55 content partnerships just before its Latin American launch later this month. Pluto TV will be available in 17 Latin American countries and is scheduled to become available in Brazil at the end of 2020. These new partnerships will provide a wide pool of resources to supply content for Pluto TV’s platform.
“We look forward to working with them, bringing new partners on board, and offering our audiences diverse and engaging content,” Eduardo Arias, senior director of content partnerships, said in a statement.
“The launch of Pluto TV across Latin America marks another huge step toward achieving our mission of entertaining the planet,” said Tom Ryan, CEO and Co-Founder of Pluto TV. “We see massive opportunity and consumer demand for a high quality, free ad-supported streaming TV service throughout Latin America and therefore are excited to introduce viewers in the region to Pluto TV very soon.
Here’s the list of 55 content partnerships Pluto has secured:
A2 Films, All3Media, BBC Studios, Big Media, Blue Ant Media, Castalia, CDC International, Cineflix, Cisneros Media, Combate Americas, DRG, Endemol Shine, FilmRise, Fremantle, Glory Sports, Hard Knocks Fighting, Hearst, Impact Wrestling, Inverleigh, Kinpil, Latin Angels, Leda Films, Legendary Entertainment, Life Design, Lionsgate, Marvista, MPI Media, MTV, Nelvana, New Dominion, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, Off The Fence, Otro.com, Paramount, Polar Star, Pongalo, Sabbatical Entertainment, Samuel Goldwyn, Sonar Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television, Spanglish Movies, Telefe, Televix, The Asylum, TV Azteca, VIP 2000, Viz Media, Wildbrain and World Poker Tour.
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