Syndicado is a digital media company that primarily serves the markets of Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. It started in 2001 as a small radio station when businessman Randolfo Perez decided that he wanted to bring higher quality news and entertainment to a wider audience, but has since grown to include a variety of digital content for viewing and listening. Most of the television shows, movies, songs, and articles are in the Spanish language. The channel is currently working on English translations for much of its new content.
To access the content, users can download it directly from the Syndicado website or listen to it in live streaming mode. Due to recent partnerships with Walt Disney Corporation, Nickelodeon, and Time Warner in the United States, it is now possible to access exclusive content through a "Super Pass" program.
The flagship program for Syndicado is "El Dorado," which tells a story of the early settlers of Teotihuacan in modern day Mexico. Drama surrounding gold, silver, battles, and political espionage are detailed in this exciting historical re-enactment that features mostly Mexican actors of Aztec and Mayan descent. The Super Pass program also grants access to such classic titles as "The Little Mermaid," "Frozen," "Power Puff Girls," "Once Upon a Time," "ESPN: Sports Center" and more for a nominal fee. The company's offerings have now expanded to a global scale, accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, though traditional cable channels must be viewed from on of the original Latin American countries.