Last month, ahead of Pose’s Latin America debut, Fox Premium made history by becoming the first television and streaming brand to support gender-neutral Spanish.

Brief also explored the rebrand of Nickelodeon’s throwback programming block, now known as NickRewind, which has expanded to include content for ‘80s, ‘90s, and ‘00s kids.

Here are five of March’s most popular stories:

5. How Imaginary Forces Designed the Look for ‘Axios’ on HBO

With help from Imaginary Forces, HBO announced the return of news documentary series Axios with a modern, graphic-focused spot.

4. Fox Celebrates New Chapter with One-Time Primetime Spot

Just hours after the Disney-Fox merger finally came to a close, Fox Entertainment wasted no time to introduce its “new chapter” with the help of its most prominent shows.

3. Nat Geo Latin America Encourages Viewers to Climb to Watch ‘Free Solo’

Those interested in watching National Geographic Latin America’s Free Solo were challenged to unlock the film by climbing themselves. For every minute they climbed—up stairs, a mountain, whatever—they unlocked one minute of the film.

2. Nickelodeon’s Throwback Block Rebrands to NickRewind

To allow more fans to relive their favorite childhood shows, TeenNick’s nightly programming block received a brand refresh that included a new name, look, and expansion of content.

1. Fox Premium Latin America Rewrites Spanish for ‘Pose’

Ahead of the Latin American debut of FX’s gender-bending series, Pose, Fox Premium worked with LGBTQ and feminist associations to analyze the show scene by scene and create gender-neutral Spanish subtitles.

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