US-based movie streaming service provider Netflix is reportedly close to announcing it has secured programming agreements with major Latin production groups ahead of a launch of its streaming and rental service in the region.
The company is expected to close deals for telenovelas and other region-specific content from Mexicos largest broadcasters, Televisa and TV Azteca.â¨
Netflix said last month that it will ramp up its international rollout, having successfully launched in Canada last year, but has yet to confirm the expected Latin America launch.â¨
Separately, video sharing website YouTube has added a raft of movies to its US service. â¨YouTube head Salar Kamangar told users about the new content in a blog post.
There will be 3,000 new titles on the site from Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, Lionsgate and others. New movies will cost from US$3.99 (Â2.80) apiece and older titles US$2.99.
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