“As we grow Love Nature’s fan base around the world, LATAM continues to be an important market, allowing us to tap into an ever-growing audience that is passionate about wildlife and nature programming that the whole family can enjoy,” said Julio Sobral, SVP, LATAM & U.S. Channel Distribution, Love Nature.
“We are thrilled to share that Love Nature has been added to StarTV’s roster of premium channels in Mexico, meeting our audience’s growing demand for stunning wildlife and nature programming,” said Bruno Pruneda, Managing Director, StarTV.
Available in over 200 million households worldwide, via its branded linear and online platforms, Love Nature brings audiences powerful stories about the natural world that foster a deeper understanding of and connection to the planet we call home. With its award-winning library of series and documentaries, Love Nature’s programming aims to forge emotional connections between audiences and the natural world, while also educating viewers with content that expands their knowledge about nature and animals
Love Nature programming highlights on StarTV (Mexico) includes Malawi Wildlife Rescue (6 x 60’), which provides a look inside the country’s only wildlife rescue centre that cares for injured and abandoned animals until they are ready to be released back into the wild; Dogs with Extraordinary Jobs (5 x 60’; Oxford Scientific Films), a five-part docuseries that explores the extraordinary jobs four-legged friends undertake across the globe; and Amazing Animal Friends (6 x 60’; Oxford Scientific Films), a heart-warming look at unlikely animal friendships like a rhino and a lamb, an elephant who thinks she’s a buffalo and many more.
The channel’s line-up will also feature exclusive content from Love Nature’s celebrated Camp Zambia programming, which includes Africa’s Hunters (18 x 60’; Plimsoll Productions), an engrossing, character-driven look at the lives of some of Zambia’s most formidable predators – lions, leopards and hyenas; and The Big Dry (3 x 60’; Plimsoll Production), a three-part series, shot in one of Africa’s last great wildernesses: The Luangwa Valley in Zambia that details the challenges wildlife in the valley must overcome during the long dry season as they await the life-giving rains.