Programming the New Brazil Premieres Thursday (February 8, 2024). Mio. The international channel of Newco Pay TV, the pay TV programmer of Grupo Bandeirantes, is expanding its distribution by entering the Portuguese telecom giant. Subscribers will have access to the complete coverage of Carnival throughout Brazil on the channel containing diverse content, with live broadcasts and the best entertainment programming from Newco channels.
“Our priority is to provide high-quality and diverse content to the largest number of people inside and outside Brazil. This new partnership in Portugal expands the offer to the Brazilian community in Europe, work that has been developed and improved since the creation of New Brazil.” “, says Sylvia Saad-Javit, Distribution Director responsible for the international channel.
For Thiago Silva Lopez, Director of Products and Services at MEO, “The integration of the New Brasil channel into MEO reinforces our strategy of differentiation and diversification in the international channel offering. The launch adds value to the MEO TV experience, especially for MEO.” The Brazilian community living in Portugal.”
The launch of this channel, available to MEO ADSL, MEO Fibra (with MEOBox), Android and Apple TV customers, in 191st place in programming, is accompanied by a two-month free campaign available to subscribers between 8 and 29 February. . After the promotional period, the monthly fee will be €5.99.
New Brasil features the Band's Melhor da Noite and Jogo Aberto. Entire seasons of hit programs from Sabor & Arte and Arte1 fill the schedule with cultural and gastronomy content. Those who prefer to stay up to date with the latest events can check out all the highlights on BandNews TV. The news channel's live programming comes in three different streams throughout the day.
From BandSports, subscribers will follow programs such as Donos da Bola, Supermotor and Encontro de Craques. AgroMais and Terraviva, channels specialized in agribusiness, are also on New Brasil's schedule with news programs and programs focused on agricultural production.
New Brasil is on pay TV, and is broadcast via cable, satellite and streaming in Portugal, the United States and Argentina, as well as Brazil.
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