ViacomCBS announced today that Pluto TV, its leading free, ad-supported, streaming TV service is now available on the web, Apple TV, Android TV and mobile device apps for download in iOS and Android (later today) in 17 Latin American countries. These countries include Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Paraguay, El Salvador, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
“We are thrilled to bring Pluto TV as the first AVOD service in Latin America with over 24 channels / 60 content global partners / 12,000 hours of content,” JC Acosta, President ViacomCBS Networks Americas told Cord Cutters News.
”We are confident that our curated content, diverse channel categories and friendly platform will be well received by our audiences, while we continue partnering with our clients to utilize Pluto TV as an excellent platform to monetize viewership and amplify their brands and products.”“We launched Pluto TV six years ago with a mission to entertain the planet and a vision to become the global leader in free streaming television. Now, we are the leading free streaming TV platform in America and growing rapidly in Europe,” said Tom Ryan, CEO, and co-founder of Pluto TV. “Today marks a major step forward in our mission, and we are thrilled to offer people across Latin America, one of the world’s largest markets, access to our popular streaming TV service.”
Pluto TV is launching in Latin America with 24 unique channels. Additional channels will be added monthly over the next year to reach 70+ channels of curated content.
The unique channel lineup is tailored to Latin America, with hit television series and award-winning movies, across a variety of genres including reality, anime, lifestyle, reality competitions, nature, true crime, and kids’ content. The lineup will include both live streaming and on-demand content.
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