The streaming video service that provides the audience access to films, TV series, concerts and children’s programs, signed a deal with the FOX network which allows the incorporation of the most acclaimed series of the company to its programming offer in markets of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Under the terms of the agreement, popular titles of the renowned U.S. studio, including Glee, Homeland, Modern Family, New Girl and Sons of Anarchy and the small screen classics as 24 and The X Files will be available in the Clarovideo platforms in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Chile and Dominican Republic in the coming weeks.
“The addition of the best series of 20th Century Fox to Clarovideo, allows us to provide our audiences some of the series of more recognition and popularity in the Latin American market. With this content, we completed our offering of series and this allows us to offer to the public of the region a sturdy product with a unique combination of value and quality,” said Paul Iacoviello, DLA procurement manager, the company that administers the Clarovideo platform.
Meanwhile, Evan Scheffel, senior VP of global pay TV and SVOD of Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, said: “We are proud to support the successful expansion of Clarovideo in Latin America and the Caribbean with the best of the FOX series catalog,” ended.