AVoD service Pluto TV has achieved what it says is an important milestone in Latin America since when it reached 100 channels in the 17 Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and 50 channels in Brazil on September 21st.
Additionally, Pluto TV now offers over 25,000 hours of premium content streaming to viewers in Latin America for free. Pluto TV offers a wide array of from more than 200 content partners, including major television networks, film studios, distributors, and digital media companies.
“We are thrilled with Pluto TV’s amazing performance in Latin America, where it has grown every month since its launch in early 2020,” declared Eduardo Lebrija, EVP Chief Commercial Officer of ViacomCBS Networks Americas. “With over 500 brands that have already invested in Pluto TV, we are now entering a phase of reinforcing and expanding our relationships with distribution partners that have found an added value for their users in Pluto TV.”
For Spanish-speaking countries, Pluto TV announced one new channel that was added to the grid as of September 21st.
In Brazil, the platform added three new channels:
Popular channels in August for Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America include Pluto TV Cine Estelar, South Park and Estrellas de Acción, and Pluto TV Cine Sucessos, South Park and Pluto TV Filmes Ação in Brazil.
Pluto TV is available on its website pluto.tv as well as LG, Samsung (Tizen & TV+), PlayStation, Hisense, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, Apple TV, Android Mobile, Android TV, Chromebook & Claro Box TV devices.