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Colombia’s Movistar has become the first Latin American operator to add RTVE’s international kids signal.

cleo clan 08 july 2017Thus, the international feed of Clan, RTVE’s children-focused channel in Spain, secures its first partner after a delayed launch.

The pay-TV network was due to premiere in January 2017 , but has not been available for operators until last month. In fact, the channel’s launch was already announced at NATPE last January to be then re-launched during Colombia’s Andina Link in March.

As in the Spanish version of the channel, Clan’s line-up focuses on kids up to 12, though 82% of the content targets kids between 4-7. Besides, most of its programming has been produced in Spain or by European independent content houses.

Under the terms of the agreement with Colombia’s pay-TV player, Clan will be added to Movistar’s Diamante package, which includes 128 linear networks and a comprehensive array of kids signals, including Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and Boomerang.

RTVE’s fourth international network (the second exclusive for the Americas) aims to boost distribution across the region. The ***Spanish broadcasting corporation***  claims to be nearing different deals in both Latin America and the US Hispanics.