A summary of the most exciting recent news in online video in the U.S., U.S.-Hispanic and Latin American markets. If you’re trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.
Facebook has unveiled its latest premium video effort called “Watch,”a new platform for shows on Facebook that will be available on mobile, desktop, laptop and in Facebook’s TV apps.
With more than 2 billion active users worldwide, and 80 million monthly active users in Mexico alone, the social media giant is boosting revenue at a faster pace than expected. An important part of Facebook’s efforts and investments are going into the creation of a major video advertising platform.
Lionsgate and Hemisphere Media Group have launched PANTAYA, the first Spanish-language over-the-top (OTT) service dedicated to premium content for the Hispanic community in the U.S.
While the United States, Europe and Asia have positioned themselves as highly profitable markets for eSports, brands in Mexico and Latin America still do not think of it as sports.
We talked to Emanuela Zaccone, Digital Entrepreneur, Co-founder and Marketing Manager of TOK.tv, about how the platform in changing the way fans consume live soccer games. TOK.tv recently launched in China, releasing the official Real Madrid app for Chinese fans.
Gameloft, a leading global publisher of mobile video games, seeks to move up in the market with its offer to integrate ads into its video games.
Which sports video platforms do US Hispanic users prefer? What types of sports do they prefer? Do they prefer league sites o news media sites? Read on for the answers to these questions, drawn from comScore’s May 2017 ranking.
Chivas TV announces an alliance with Playmaker Media, part of NBC Sports, for the launch of Chivas TV 2.0; while Univision maintains U.S. broadcasting rights.
Six years after Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, CEO and CTO of Snap Inc., respectively, developed their image exchange application at Stanford University, Snapchat has become a mainstay of the millennials’ social life—successfully evolving from a scorned application for sending fleeting photos to a messaging platform with new content formats.
Interview with Nivea Mexico: “As a brand we have not exploited the full potential of the Real Madrid platform”
We talked to Pablo Sánchez, NIVEA Men, Shower, Sun, and Intimate Brand Manager in Mexico, about the company’s international campaign in alliance with Real Madrid, and why the brand chose soccer as its sporting ally.
YouTube has more viewers, but Twitch generates better profits.
A week ago, Univision announced its alliance with Juanfutbol to launch an exclusive soccer channel focused on millennials. Now, in an interview with Portada, Juanfutbol founder Miguel Ramírez Lombana tells us about his plans for expanding the business to a second country in Latin America.
According to AdColony’s Spring 2017 App Install Marketing Survey of the top 250 grossing app developers, a full 50 percent of all app install spending now goes to video advertising. Half of that is for full-screen video ads, while the rest goes to in-feed, social, and television video ads. We spoke to industry insiders about how the rise of video in app marketing will factor into Hispanic-targeted app marketing campaigns.
Minute Media announces the launch of its newest brand, esports platform DBLTAP.
NeuLion announced a new deal with the English Football League (EFL).
Which gaming sites do US Hispanics prefer? What is most important to them? How are users spread out within this category? Read on for the answers to these questions, drawn from comScore’s March 2017 ranking.
What: Latin Music video network VidaPrimo has reached a distribution agreement onto branded channels with Roku and Amazon Fire, two of the world’s largest digital streaming platforms. Why it matters: The expansion to new platforms is also vital to media buyers that need a vehicle to reach the Latin Millennial audience. Latin Music video network VidaPrimo will distribute its library of […]
NBC Sports Group announced today that it will host 2 versus 2 Rocket League Tournament, a new esports tournament, this summer.
We talked with FuboTV co-founder Alberto Horihuela about how the sports streaming platform was created and its expansion plans.