Amogo Networx, the global film network based in Germany, is set to launch a FAST channel for western movies on Samsung TV Plus in Brazil. “We’ve been incredibly proud of our traction in the space, something we’ve achieved fairly rapidly, thanks to our data driven programming and audience development strategies. Our partnership with Samsung marks a turning point as we expand globally and there is no better partner, as we launch our much anticipated FAST channels, to take us to the next level,” said Amogo’s CEO Dr. Peter von Ondarza. At the heart of our business is our successful channel Grjngo (www.grjngo.com), which is now the world's largest streaming brand for Western movies. Grjngo is available in several languages, including Portuguese. Brazil is a core market for us, along with USA and Spanish-speaking Latin America, which we want to serve consistently.
Information about Amogo Networx:
Based in Germany, Amogo Networx (www.amogo-networx.com) originally began building its suite of branded channels on YouTube, scaling its worldwide audience to 7 million subscribers, with over 1 billion movie views per year. Channels under their umbrella include "Grjngo" (www.grjngo.com), the world’s largest western movie brand, the mixed feature film channel "Bjgtjme Movies” (www.bjgtjme.com), the financial documentary channel "Moconomy” (www.moconomy.tv), and Artflix" (www.artflix.info), a movie channel for classic movies with a unique selling feature of in-house AI-based colorization and restoration of black & white movies. All channels are distributed in various languages (English, German, Spanish & Polish), some of them also in Italian and French.
Information about Samsung TV Plus:
Samsung TV Plus is the free FAST platform from the global leader in Smart TV sales, and offers more than 1,600 channels globally with news, sports, entertainment, comedy, realities, movies and lifestyle programming through linear channels. Available on almost all Samsung Smart TVs, Samsung TV Plus is already present in 24 countries and more than 465 million devices worldwide.
In Brazil, the app is available on Samsung Smart TV’s from 2017 onwards. No subscription, no credit cards, no cables. You just need and internet connection to access over 50 channels in the country. Learn more at https://www.samsung.com/br/tvs/smart-tv/samsung-tv-plus/.