In addition to Dish Network, which we talked about here at Digital Look, Brazil will soon win two other pay-TV companies: programmers Liberty Global and Scripps Networks Interactive, both American.
According to column Other Channel, Scripps should be the first to start its activities and, even, already sets up an office in So Paulo. The operator specializes in lifestyle content and covers decoration, tourism and gastronomy.
Liberty Global operates in 13 countries, 11 of them in Europe, and serves 20 million customers. The MGM channels stand out among their offer of options to viewers. According to the information, the operator has been negotiating its entry into Brazil for years, but now it only strengthens ties with the sector.
In March, when the first rumors about the coming Dish Network, which promises to make pay TV cheaper in Brazil, we made a profile about Charles Ergen, the billionaire behind the operation. Check out.
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