Telemundo is initial U.S. network to launch a Spanish-specific sports app
Telemundo has launched a standalone, Spanish-language sports app on connected-TV inclination that will give subscribers live entrance to hundreds of sports events and some-more on-demand video calm that front on Telemundo and Universo. Telemundo is a first U.S. network to launch such a product.
“We are committed to continue enhancing Telemundo Deportes’ multiplatform offerings, so fans can have entrance to their favorite sports events whenever they wish and on a shade of their choice,” says Joaquin Duro, director, digital sports, Telemundo Deportes. “As a Telemundo Deportes EN VIVO app continues to attract a viewers, we are vehement to offer them some-more ways to devour a calm opposite all devices.”
The app — accessible on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast — will embody Telemundo’s disdainful Spanish-language coverage of this summer’s FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 (which kicks off on June 17), as good as subsequent summer’s FIFA World Cup. Liga MX, Premier League, Boxeo Telemundo, and NASCAR will also be enclosed in a service.
All events will tide live on a app and will be accompanied by some disdainful short- and long-form VOD content. There’s also a report of events, full eventuality replays, and presentation capabilities.
To use a Telemundo Deportes EN VIVO app, viewers need to substantiate their pay-TV subscription. The app is accessible for download on a iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch as well.