Infobae, which has been on the Arc platform since 2016, will release its first documentary film “La Muerte de Maradona” on Saturday, February 27, streaming it globally in five languages, starting with Spanish and English, and distributing it on their site and via social channels using the advanced capabilities of Arc’s Video Center.

The film, which investigates the death and final days of Diego Armando Maradona, reveals evidence from the soccer star’s death investigation exclusively obtained by Infobae and features new interviews with Maradona’s close friends, including Verónica Ojeda, his ex-partner and mother of his youngest son Dieguito Fernando.

“It’s tremendously exciting for us to see how Video Center can scale to meet Infobae’s ambitions to release their first documentary film,” said Scot Gillespie, CTO and GM of Arc Publishing. “As one of our first customers, Infobae has consistently demonstrated their ability to innovate and push the envelope of what’s expected from a news organization. That mindset shines brightly here with this momentous film release.”

Using Video Center, Infobae seamlessly managed the editing and production of the documentary as well as its global distribution.

To watch the documentary, visit this page.

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