Transit TV adds V-me to Programming Lineup

TransitTV has added V-me to its programming lineup. TransitTV’s content is placed on TV screens in public transportation systems in five major U.S. markets. The partnership with Transit TV provides V-me.
 
V-me's programming caters to TransitTV's key demographic, Hispanics between the ages of 18-35, and provides high-energy, smart, engaging "mobisodes" that are relevant and entertaining to Hispanic youth.
 
V-me is presented locally by public TV stations and carried on basic digital cable and digital broadcast in many cities, reaching about 6.4 million US Hispanic households.

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