The launch of Takes TV is Univisión’s proposal to offer the public the possibility of enjoying multimedia content from more than 40 channels with 10,000 hours of series, novels, movies, sports programs and original content shows from Univisión and other affiliated companies such as Televisa and the main Hollywood studios: Disney, MGM and Lionsgate.
“With the launch of Takes TV A new era of transformation begins at Univision and we expanded our current dominant position in US Hispanic outreach to the US market. streaming Of video on demand backed by advertising and our leadership as the largest Spanish-language media and content company in the United States,” said Pierluigi Gazzolo, president and CEO of Transformación de Univisión.
“In addition to our exclusive programming from Univision and Televisa, we have brought together the best content providers, brands and distribution partners to create an unparalleled service for Hispanics in the United States, in a way that only Univision can.”
According to Univision, the new service will have a channel “Angelique” dedicated to novels starring Mexican actress Angelique Boyer, another of “Novelas en Familia” with family soap operas such as “My Husband Has a Family”, “Libre Para Amarte” and ” Turkish Love ”with successful Turkish dramas.
The forecast of the Univision board of directors is to add the most popular movie channels such as “Cine Hollywood”, “Cine VIP”, “Cine Extremo”, “Cine Extremo 2” and “Cine Boom”.
In the case of sports, the most important matches of the “Liga Mex” can be seen again, and current sports shows such as “European Football”, for UEFA fans, and “Combate Americas”, with matches, tournaments and championships with Latin stars José Alday, Bruno Cannetti, Melissa Martínez and Paulina Vargas.
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According to statistics from the US Census Bureau, in the northern nation there are more than 60 million people who identify as Hispanic. Of these, 74% who speak mostly Spanish and 49% who are fully bilingual (Spanish and English) want more content in Spanish on national television.
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