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FilmOn TV Networks and Oi2 Media Corp are teaming to add hundreds of Spanish-language channels and stations to filmon.com.

filmonThe move expands the access for both companies into the US Hispanic population of over 51 million people, with $1 trillion in buying power.

Oi2 has a base of more than 1,700 radio broadcast affiliated stations and over 2,000 digital online Web stations. It includes brands such as CNN en Espanol Radio, Fox Deportes Radio, ESPN Deportes Radio and the AP en Espanol Radio, and key partnerships with NBC-Telemundo and others.

The first 50 streams of audio stations will soon launch on filmon.com along with the TV version of the positive hits music channel, Alma. Another 100 radio streams and 25 TV streams will begin distribution via filmon.com over the next 90 days.

“We are so pleased to be able to offer our users Oi2's amazing content,” said Alki David, CEO of FOTV. “We are committed to becoming to go to streaming service for Spanish speaking audiences all over the world. With Oi2, we will serve — and expand — the fastest growing audience sector online.”

FilmOn TV reaches an audience of 70 million unique monthly users with over 800 channels of streaming TV content and over 45,000 Video on Demand titles. CinemaNow offers first tier Hollywood TV and Movie content and OVGuide helps access virtually every video online.

FilmOn under the leadership of Alki David has built a phenomenal platform reaching global audiences everywhere,” said Anthony Michael Hernandez, Oi2 Media Corp's CEO. “Oi2's mission is to be ever-present on all platforms with our marquee content, talent, and brands. FilmOn lends itself to allow us to further expand aggressively into the digital IPTV and OTT marketplace. Serving Latinos is our core business. We are pleased to announce this wonderful partnership and expansion.”