Miami, June 30 TelevisaUnivision Inc. , the world’s leading Spanish-language content and media company, said Thursday that ViX+, the subscription option to its ViX video-on-demand (SVOD) service, will launch July 21 in the United States, Mexico, and most Spanish. Latin-speaking countries.
TelevisaUnivision’s advanced SVOD level will include original series such as “María Félix, la Doña”, “La mujer del Diablo” and “My Neighbor el cartel” in its launch month.
Also, exclusive premieres of movies like “Mirreyes vs. Company Manifesto.”
The ViX platform, which launched last March, is the world’s first large-scale streaming service created specifically for the Spanish-speaking world.
Deluxe Option subscribers will have access to more than 10,000 hours of ad-free entertainment in their first year and up to 7,000 hours of live sports.
In its first year, they will be able to enjoy more than 70 ViX+ Original series and movies, which is an average of at least one original show each week.
“ViX+ will deliver premium productive stories, raising the bar for Spanish-language content,” said Pierluigi Gazzolo, President and Chief Transformation Officer at TelevisaUnivision.
Jazzolo emphasized that ViX and ViX+ “originally reflect our culture” with over 50,000 hours of combined content and two experiences in one app, “filling an important space in a world with nearly 600 million Spanish speakers.”
ViX+ will benefit from TelevisaUnivision’s extensive intellectual property, production capacity and large video library, as well as content by prominent Spanish-speaking creators and storytellers such as Salma Hayek, Eugenio Derbez, Maria Dueñas, Selena Gomez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Santiago Limón, Leonardo Padron and Marc Sister.
The service, priced at $6.99 per month in the US and 119 pesos in Mexico, will be available on all major platforms, including Apple iOS devices, tvOS, Android devices, Android TV OS and all major devices. at vixplus.com. EFE
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