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Extra: Vision Films takes rights to “One More Orbit”; Pluto TV to launch in Brazil

Vision Films sets release for One More Orbit Indie sales and VOD aggregator Vision Films has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the documentary One More Orbit. The feature-length film documents the pole-to-pole ...
August 20, 2020

Vision Films sets release for One More Orbit

Indie sales and VOD aggregator Vision Films has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the documentary One More Orbit.

The feature-length film documents the pole-to-pole circumnavigation speed record achieved by Action Aviation chairman, Hamish Harding and former commander of the International Space Station, astronaut Terry Virts in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER aircraft.

Launching from Kennedy Space Center on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the One More Orbit team completed the Guinness World Record-breaking flight on July 11, 2019, in 46 hours and 40 minutes, at the average speed of 465 miles per hour.

Vision will release the film to VOD in the U.S. and Canada on Oct. 6.

One More Orbit is an Untitled, Inc. production, directed by Virts.

Pluto TV to launch in Brazil

ViacomCBS Networks International is expanding the reach of its free streaming service Pluto TV.

Beginning this December, the AVOD service will launch 24 curated streaming channels in Brazil.

The channel lineup, which will be made available in Portuguese, will encompass Pluto TV Cine Sucessos, Pluto TV Cine Comédia, Pluto TV Cine Drama, Pluto TV Cine Terror, Pluto TV Séries, Pluto TV Retrô, MTV Pluto TV, Pluto TV Anime, Pluto TV Investiga, Pluto TV Natureza, Pluto TV Junior, Nick Jr. Club, Pluto TV Kids, and Nick Clássico.

Pluto TV will be available in Brazil on all mobile, web and connected TV streaming devices.

“Following the launch of Pluto TV in Latin America earlier this year, the service has quickly attracted millions of viewers in a short period of time and we are incredibly proud of its performance,” said JC Acosta (pictured), president of ViacomCBS Networks Americas, in a statement. “As ViacomCBS Networks International continues to expand its streaming presence globally, the expansion of Pluto TV furthers this mission and enables audiences in Brazil to enjoy premium streaming content entirely for free.”

The service currently features 46 live and original channels across Latin America, as well as on-demand movies in partnership with major TV networks, movie studios, publishers and digital media companies. Pluto TV reaches 33 million monthly active users globally.

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