Brazil will soon win three pay-TV companies: Liberty Global, Scripps Networks Interactive and Dish Networks. The arrival of companies means not only more options to choose from, but the possible cheaper services, as the number of competitors grows. Although there is still no forecast for the arrival of companies, the Digital Look said some information about the companies that can help when hiring. Check it out below.
The company is present on 390 million televisions in 13 countries. It offers 67 channels of varied themes, such as sports, films (MGM Channel), entertainment, documentaries, series (Cosmopolitan TV), lifestyle and children. Liberty also has telephone and internet services.
The company, which also has an internet service, owns some channels, such as the Cooking Channel, Asian Food Channel, Travel Channel and three others. It is present in 170 countries and transmits more than 2,000 hours a year of its own content. For 2013 and 2014, Scripps expects to add 52 new series to its channels.
Among the available channels are HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz, Fox Soccer Plus, ESPN, CNN, Nick, TBS and 240 other options. The channels can be contracted by packages, which even offer the transmission on mobile devices. The company is famous for bringing good quality and speed internet to users, and is the only one of the three companies that broadcasts via satellite.
In March, when the first rumors about the coming Dish Network came up, we made a profile about Charles Ergen, the billionaire behind DishTV’s operation. Check it out.
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