In 2010, the content administration and distribution company GlobeCast, affiliate of France Telecom, intensified its activities in Latin America by expanding its optic fiber network over Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. According to what M?nica Pfaffenzeller, GlobeCast Associated Sales Representative, told NexTV Latam, in 2011, the company's objective will be aimed at extending that network over Chile and Colombia. Therefore, the company is trying to further strengthen its connectivity in the region.
In Latin America, the company has already executed several agreements by means of which satellite distribution services are offered with different channels such as TV Colombia, NTN 24, CineLatino, 52 MX and New Frontier media group, among others. " TV Colombia, NTN24, CineLatino and 52MX are on a platform located in North America, in the satellite AMC-1", specified Dante Neyra, GlobeCast Regional Sales Manager. On the other hand, New Frontier has three channels on the satellite NSS-806 platform in Latin America. The company is looking forward to closing an agreement with an "Argentine state-owned channel" to broadcast a "special event" that neither Neyra nor Pfaffenzeller were willing to disclose until negotiations were finished.
GlobeCast offers global distribution services via satellite and fiber. Every year, millions of video hours are transported. The company has on 12 teleports located all over the world as well as offices in Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Australia. According to what the company disclosed through its website, GlobeCast "works with new and already set radio broadcasting agencies so as to achieve and ensure the distribution with the main Pay-TV operators worldwide".
At the beginning of 2010, the company closed an agreement with the Argentine content producer Pramer of Liberty Global for the distribution of eight of its channels in North America. To such ends, the satellite NSS 806 is utilized.
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