Comcast announced the launch of Xfinity FreePass Latino, a two week, all-access pass to a bicultural content collection of more than 7,000 hours of content, including films, TV series, and music videos in Spanish and English from networks
As media fragmentation increases, it is more and more difficult for networks to generate the levels of viewership they have historically been used to. Driving engagement and cultivating loyalty is correspondingly more challenging, too. The net result is a threat to the value networks can deliver to their advertisers, which is, of course, a threat to their own success.
BONJOUR AMERICA TV, a new French cable channel, announced it is launching a collection of new and exciting French entertainment options targeted towards the French–speaking community in South Florida through Atlantic Broadband cable starting in September on Channel 80.
Nielsen’s latest State of The Media: Audio Today report profiles radio’s significant national audience while also considering Black and Hispanic audiences. Combined, those two groups represent more than 73 million weekly listeners, and spend more time with radio each week than any other.
Latino youth voices sharing positive experiences in nature are the driving force behind a new Spanish-language radio campaign Hispanic Communications Network (HCN) is launching in partnership with the U. S. Forest Service (USFS).
NBC UNIVERSO announced the premiere of “The Riveras,” its new celeb-reality series that follows the children of late Mexican- American music icon and reality star, Jenni Rivera on Sunday, October 16 at 10pm/9C.
ESPN announced the debut of Nación ESPN, a new interactive sports talk show dedicated to covering the most relevant and diverse sports news and information tailored to young, bilingual U.S. Hispanic sports fans.
Azteca America brings out the fine china for its premiere of "¿Qué Hay de Comer?" (What’s There to Eat?) – a new cooking program hosted by Omar Fierro, Marta Guzmán and Joanna Vega-Biestro that answers the eternal question: what is there to eat?
Nielsen announced that by mid-2017, it will provide all electronic measurement in its local television ratings across all 210 designated market areas (DMAs). Nielsen will incorporate Return Path Data from set-top boxes and other electronic measurement into local services, including the 140 TV markets currently measured by paper TV diaries. The integration of Return Path Data will pave the way for the retirement of paper TV diaries in early 2018.