Cablevision bolstered its Spanish-language video programming with the recent additions of Univision Deportes Network and Univision tlnovelas.
Optimum subscribers will be able to catch soccer action on Univision Deportes via its coverage of 12 teams within the Liga MX, Mexican National Team and Copa MX, plus Major League Soccer, the U.S. National Team, the CONCACAF Champions League, the German National Team, the DFB Cup, the French National Team, the French Cup, France’s Ligue 1 and many more premier soccer tournaments from around the world.
Additionally, the network will also cover key matches leading up to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, including World Cup Qualifiers and the FIFA 2013 Confederations Cup.
Univision tlnovelas delivers a mix of recent and past favorite novelas from producer Televisa. The current lineup includes hits such as “El Privilegio de Amar,” “Entre el amor y el odio,” “Las Tontas no van al Cielo” and “Mañana es Para Siempre.”
“Univision Deportes Network and Univision tlnovelas bring more of the sports and entertainment shows that our Hispanic customers are passionate about, and we are pleased to add these networks to our strong lineup of more than 60 Spanish-language channels,” said Bradley Feldman, Cablevision’s vice president of video product management. "We are committed to delivering the best programming options to Optimum customers, in both English and Spanish, and these new channels provide expanded access to the content our Spanish-speaking customers love."
Univision Deportes Network is available to Optimum’s residential customers with the Optimum Preferred Package, Optimum Package and the new Optimum en español Package.
Additionally, commercial customers with a subscription to Optimum Business, Optimum Entertainment and above, or the Optimum en español Package, will also be able to view Univision Deportes Network. Residential and commercial customers with a subscription to the new Optimum en español package can also watch the Univision tlnovelas.