Terra is a global digital media company that monthly reaches an audience of approximately 100 million people with entertainment, sports, and news content. Its content is offered in English, Spanish, or Portuguese through a large array of connected screens and devices such as PCs, tablets, smartphones, smart TVs, and digital-out-of-home screens.
Terra was chosen as one of the “2011 Most Innovative Companies” in the world by American magazine Fast Company. In addition to breaking news on its portals, users can list among its winning products and services, digital music service Sonora, film VOD service Sundaytv and live broadcasting concerts platform Terra Live Music. Terra also stands out for its innovative live broadcasting of major sports events, such the Olympic Games, through up to 36 simultaneous channels in Latin America, in HD, at multiple screens, computers, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and more.
Terra is led by CEO Paulo Castro and is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil with additional offices in Bogotá, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Lima, Los Angeles, Madrid, Mexico D.F., Miami, Monterrey, New York, Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. It was founded in 1999.
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