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Look Out Univision And Telemundo! News Corp Is Coming Out With New Spanish Language Network

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News Corp want to turn up the heat on Univision and Telemundo!

The media kingpin has patnered with Colombian broadcaster RCN Television to create MundoFox, a network to be launched this fall.

MundoFox will be a part of Fox International Channels and features content from RCN, Fox Deportes, and more.

Fox International Channels chief Hernan Lopez said the following on the partnership:

There is an increasing demand for quality Spanish-language content in the U.S. from both viewers and advertisers. Fox saw similar dynamics in play 25 years ago when it launched the Fox network, and it would be a missed opportunity not to provide an alternative for the 50-plus million Latino viewers who currently have limited options in Spanish-language broadcast television. Our partnership with RCN will help us do this and we aim do it in a big way.

We wonder what telenovelas and other programs will be on the network.

Thoughts?

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4 comments to “Look Out Univision And Telemundo! News Corp Is Coming Out With New Spanish Language Network”



  1. 1

    Or maybe all the Latinos who think they have an inherent right to alter the language of American Republic (after all, the fat pernil bottom Perez can't even spellcheck his own work) could just STFU and speak english since they are so intent on sucking out every welfare penny to be had. Scumbags,



  2. 2

    welcome to America.



  3. 3

    It's going to fail. The Hispanic community know damn well who News Corp is and who it's run by. They'll never even consider switching channels. It's too bad the rest of the so-called thinking world doesn't understand this.



  4. 4

    And yet another reason not to learn English, expand one's potential, etc. The least it could do is present shows in both languages so maybe both cultures could and their language abilities.