Telemundo’s Spanish-language network TeleXitos has increased its reach in key US Hispanic markets through an agreement with cable TV provider Spectrum.
Under the agreement, TeleXitos will be available in seven of the provider’s markets, namely, Los Angeles, New York, Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Rio Grande Valley and Boston.
“We’re excited about our new partnership with Spectrum and most importantly, to serve more viewers with quality programming the whole family can enjoy together in Spanish and without subtitles,” said Barbara Alfonso, director, TeleXitos.
Launched three years ago, TeleXitos delivers action and adventure television series and movies from the 1970s to 2000s dubbed in Spanish, targeting the US Hispanic audience.
Owned by NBCUniversal, the network is available in 25 US markets through different agreements with local pay-TV providers, such as Xfinity, Comcast and CenturyLink.