SES, the world's leader in global content connectivity solutions, has announced a new partnership for the distribution of Mórbido TV, a regional channel owned by IB Broadcasting Company, dedicated to broadcasting horror films and series twenty-four-hours a day, across Latin America.
The channel will be distributed via the SES-6 satellite, which will offer a massive regional expansion for the channel, reaching hundreds of cable head-ends and millions of houses.
About Mórbido TV
Morbido TV is 100% focused on broadcast horror films and series twenty-four hours a day, across Latin América. Mórbido TV caters to a niche and growing audience for horror content, and intends to expand its base by acquiring new and diverse content to attract new viewers. If you are into scary movies, this channel is ready to entertain you and your family.
The pay TV channel has a strong presence in Argentina, Mexico and Bolivia, with operations recently starting in Chile. Enabled by SES-6, Mórbido TV will now expand their presence in Mexico and reach Central and other South American countries.
SES’ premier video neighborhood in Latin America and the Caribbean. The C-band payload will offer incremental capacity to support channel growth at this key cable neighbourhood. SES-6 at 40.5° West provides dedicated secure delivery to every Pay TV headend across Latin America, making it ideal for content owners to distribute their content. The channels are of mixed genres including entertainment, news, sports, and business.
SES is the world’s leading satellite operator with over 70 satellites in two different orbits, Geostationary Orbit (GEO) and Medium Earth Orbit (MEO). It provides a diverse range of customers with global video distribution and data connectivity services through two business units: SES Video and SES Networks. SES Video reaches over 355 million TV homes, through Direct-to-Home (DTH) platforms and cable, terrestrial, and IPTV networks globally. The SES Video portfolio includes MX1, a leading media service provider offering a full suite of innovative services for both linear and digital distribution, and the ASTRA satellite system, which has the largest DTH television reach in Europe. SES Networks provides global managed data services, connecting people in a variety of sectors including telecommunications, maritime, aeronautical, and energy, as well as governments and institutions across the world. The SES Networks portfolio includes GovSat, a 50/50 public-private partnership between SES and the Luxembourg government, and O3b, the only non-geostationary system delivering fibre-like broadband services today. Further information is available at: www.ses.com