Free TV Available on the Roku Platform in Latin America

Olympusat International, LLC, a world-class media company with a fast-growing multi-platform portfolio and specializing in production, distribution and commercialization of high-quality HD content for broadcast television, MVPDs and OTT platforms in the US Hispanic market and Latin America, announced that Free TV™,  the ad-supported, app based on-demand video service, is now available on the Roku platform in Latin America.

“We are incredibly excited to announce this historic alliance. Free TV’s availability on Roku’s line of digital media players opens up a world of thousands of hours of free world class exclusive entertainment to millions of users in Latin America,” said Olympusat International LLC’s President Víctor Montilla.

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The new distribution agreement offers Roku customers a free TV robust lineup of more than 5,000 hours of top-rated multicultural productions from around the world, including between 800 and 1000 hours per month of content dubbed into Spanish, combined with 200 hours of content from México, Spain, and the rest of Latin America.

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Today, Roku’s viewers are able to watch, for free, some of the international super productions dubbed into Spanish as the following titles:

Battle for Sevastopol: The action story of the most successful female sniper in history.

The Stronghold: The fantasy tale about a schoolboy, who goes a thousand years into the past through a mysterious portal.

The Red Queen: The mystery and drama chronicles of the famous USSR model known as the most beautiful Kremlin weapon.

Marcial Universe: A man is introduced to the art of cultivation and travels to improve his skills while he meets two women on his adventures and gets romantically entangled with them.

Red Eyes: A hotel manager on her way to her home is caught up in an assassination plot against one of her high-profile guests.

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