Mexico’s DirectTV Go (AT&T’s Pay TV OTT service) added Clic, a channel owned by TV Azteca, to its line-up on June 29. In this way, the streaming platform is already offering TV Azteca’s whole Pay TV portfolio, since Mundo, Corazón and Cinema were available before the above-mentioned date. Furthermore, users can access adn40, a Free-To-Air TV channel also owned by TV Azteca.
“We are always seeking to be in the vanguard of the TV industry and to be present in all platforms,” noted Patricia Jasin, Vice President of TV Azteca Internacional, TV Azteca’s Pay TV division.
Clic offers various genres such as lifestyle, entertainment, music and culture. The channel was added to the OTT’s basic plan.
DirecTV Go launched in Mexico in March 2020 and its basic plan, including nearly 80 channels, costs USD 15 per month (the other options are HBO and Fox premium packages).