Gusto TV will be available as a live TV and on-demand offering and will launch with more than 60 hours of original HD programming.
“We’re only a month into 2019 and it has already been a huge year for Gusto TV as we make our Latin debut with Vemox,” said Corey Caplan, senior director of international sales, Gusto Worldwide Media.
Olympusat’s vice-president of channel acquisitions, Aurora Bacquerie, said: “As the epicenter of Spanish and English-language TV entertainment Vemox is pleased to add Gusto TV to its lineup.”
Olympusat launched Vemox as a white label OTT service for operators in 2017, offering more than 60 live channels of Spanish and English language content to viewers in Latin America and to Hispanic audiences in the US.
Olympusat is an independent media corporation specialising in ownership, distribution, production and technical services. Gusto TV, meanwhile, is available on multiple platforms in Canada, Singapore, US, and other European territories.
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