Streaming service Sling TV has expanded its Spanish-language offering with the introduction of the Centroamérica package.
The regional content block includes networks from Central American countries including El Salvador, Guatemala, and Costa Rica, as well as video-on-demand (VOD) titles.
“Sling TV continues to lead the way in offering the most robust Spanish-language options at an industry-leading price, with the ability to choose programming from a specific region, language or genre,” said Jose Romero, general manager of Spanish-language marketing for Sling TV.
Available for $10 per month or $5 per month when combined with Sling Orange, Sling Blue or the Spanish-language service from Sling TV, Centroamérica enables subscribers to watch the news feed CB24; a mix of popular shows from Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama through Centroamérica TV; as well as Tele El Salvador.
In addition to launching the Centroamérica package, Sling TV recently added the Mexicanal channel to its México package as well as Dominican View and Supercanal to the Caribe package.