Greg Hart, VP of Amazon Prime Video: Through Prime Video Channels, Prime members will be able to subscribe and stream popular series
Amazon launches Prime Video Channels for Mexico
15 de octubre de 2019
Amazon announced the launch of Prime Video Channels for Mexico. Prime Video Channels will allow customers to get even more out of their Prime memberships by adding their favorite streaming channels and TV stations for a low monthly subscription fee, without the need to enter a lengthy contract, and the convenience of a single account, login and user experience.
Prime Video Channels subscriptions that will soon be available for Mexico include HBO, STARZPLAY, Paramount+, MGM, TV Azteca, Acorn TV, Pongalo, Noggin, CBeebies, and Love Nature.
“We are excited to bring even more selection to our Prime members in Mexico with the launch of Prime Video Channels. By simplifying our customers’ entertainment experience all within the Prime Video app, we can make it even easier for them to select, subscribe and enjoy their favorite TV shows and movies from our channel providers, like HBO, STARZPLAY, and Paramount+,” said Greg Hart, VP of Amazon Prime Video.
In addition to the growing catalog of original and licensed titles on Prime Video, Prime members in Mexico will be able to select from a variety of channels that not only provide access to their favorite TV shows and movies, all in one place, but also channels that offer live TV that bring both popular Mexican and international content to their fingertips to enjoy anywhere, anytime.
Through Prime Video Channels, Prime members will be able to subscribe and stream popular series including HBO’s Game of Thrones and Watchmen premiering on October 20, along with STARZPLAY’s upcoming Batman origin story Pennyworth, and Paramount+’s buzz-worthy dramas like Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner and The Handmaid’s Tale. Prime members will also be able to subscribe to a range of channels offering kids programming like Noggin and CBeebies, international and domestic series and movies on Acorn TV, Pongalo and TV Azteca, and expansive content libraries from MGM and others, all available to watch instantly with select content available for download to watch on the go.