V-me and iTunes Ink Deal

Spanish language network V-me has announced a new partnership with iTunes to distribute the network’s content digitally

According to sources at V-me, over 30 hours of children’s content, music and celebrity interviews, including titles like," "LazyTown" and "Viva Voz con Jorge Gestoso",  are available for purchase at www.iTunes.com/vme.

Citing that Hispanics over-index in digital content downloads, a V-me CEO Carmen DiRienzo expressed satisfaction that their audience would be able to access V-me conent on-demand.

Related Article:

Transit TV adds V-me to Programming Lineup

V-me and Sears present “Honor Hispano”


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