YouTube TV is expanding its Spanish-language programming

YouTube TV is expanding its reside TV channels to incorporate extra Spanish-language content material and add-on choices.

The corporate introduced that starting at present, three new Spanish-language networks — Univision, UniMás, and Galavisión — can be becoming a member of the YouTube TV expertise at no further value to subscribers. Notably, the brand new networks will embody protection of two occasions which can be simply across the nook: the twenty second Annual Latin Grammy Awards premiering on November 18th and the Campeones Cup airing on September twenty ninth. This week’s announcement corresponds with the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Native programming from Univision and UniMás will even be out there to subscribers in choose markets, together with Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York, amongst different cities. Univision’s addition to the platform, in the meantime, will even give YouTube TV customers entry to the corporate’s on-demand content material in addition to the flexibility to log into the Univision app utilizing their YouTube TV info.

Univision networks aren’t extensively out there on streaming TV providers — they’re lacking from Hulu and Sling, as an illustration — which may give YouTube an edge because it seems to be to choose up new prospects. (Univision has its personal streaming objectives: it plans to launch a new streaming service subsequent 12 months with ad-supported and paid plans.)

For viewers trying to unlock extra Spanish-language programming past the brand new networks, YouTube will even provide a brand new add-on possibility that features networks like Sony Cine, CNN Español, Discovery en Español, Estrella TV, Cinelatino, and Fox Deportes, amongst others. YouTube mentioned this add-on shall be made out there within the “coming months,” and the bundle’s value and a full slate of included networks shall be introduced a bit nearer to its launch date.

Lastly, the corporate will quickly introduce a separate add-on for Pantaya, an on-demand streaming service for Spanish-language motion pictures, for $6 a month. That add-on will grow to be out there to YouTube TV customers within the coming weeks. YouTube TV, which provides over 85 channels, at the moment prices $65 a month.


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