Spanish Public Broadcaster RTVE Signs OTT Deal

RTVE, the state-owned public corporation and the largest audiovisual group in Spain broadcasting in Spanish, has announced an OTT deal.

Spanish broadcast corporation RTVE has announced that three of their international channels will now be a part of a Latin American OTT platform. TVE International, Star HD, and Clan will be soon available in all Latin American countries. They have not yet disclosed the name of the platform, but some of the options include Movistar Play and Claro Video.

 

RTVE has also announced they are about to close distribution deals in Mexico and Argentina; in fact, they have already introduced their channel for children to Mexican TV operator Axtel.

They plan to reveal more details during the following weeks.

 


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