Mexico's TV Azteca reaches YouTube streaming deal

Monday 13 February 2017 | 11:54 CET | News
Mexican broadcaster and producer TV Azteca has announced a deal with Google to distribute its content via YouTube. In a statement the broadcaster said the agreement would allow viewers to access a wider range of content at any time on any device. Starting 14 February TV Azteca's top shows such as "La Fiscal de Hierro", "La Isla", "Cocineros Mexicanos", "Venga la Alegría" and "Ventaneando", plus sports programmes such as "Fut Azteca" and "Box Azteca" will be available on the YouTube platform.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Google / TV Azteca / YouTube
Countries: Mexico
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