Euronews Partners Globally With Pluto TV Starting With US
International news network Euronews has signed a global partnership with free streaming television service Pluto TV that started with the U.S. launch of Euronews’ Spanish language edition on May 5.
Euronews in Spanish’s addition to the platform comes as Pluto TV unveils Pluto TV en español, an update and expansion of its pioneering US Hispanic category. With more than 40 channels, streaming for free, the category is now double its original size featuring 20,000 hours of multiethnic and multilingual content from hit television shows, favorite movies, news, sports, realities and more.
Euronews in Spanish will offer Pluto TV users 24/7 live TV coverage from a European perspective, including round-the-clock fact-based news bulletins, as well as dedicated shows covering topics like science, climate, business, current affairs and culture.
With this latest move, Euronews continues to grow its presence in the United States. The recent digital distribution development has enabled Euronews to reach 90 million new monthly users on various platforms in the United States in the last few months alone.
Maxime Carboni, director of worldwide distribution at Euronews, said: “We are proud to be launching Euronews on Pluto TV starting with in the new ‘Pluto TV en español’ category in the US. We have considerably increased our reach in the United States over the last few months, as audiences are ever more eager to access quality impartial fact-based news and other content. Our distinct perspective has for the last three decades enabled us to be a trusted and well-known network. Through global partnerships, like this one, Euronews is strengthening its position as one of the fastest growing news networks of the streaming industry.”
Unapologetically impartial, Euronews welcomes all views and all voices so that audiences can be empowered to form their own opinion. With 12 distinct cross-platform language editions and bureaus and correspondents across the world, Euronews cultivates a “glocal” approach to news, brining global media content tailored to the expectations of local audiences.
Euronews broadcasts in 160 countries and is distributed in over 400 million homes — including 73% of homes in the European Union and United Kingdom. With 19 million followers on social media platforms and over 23 million average monthly unique viewers on its website and app, Euronews has a strong presence on digital platforms. According to the Global Web Index (2020), it reaches over 140 million people, both on TV and digital platforms.