Televisa and Telemundo Team up for Pay Channel

The joint venture channel will air a schedule of Telemundo productions and will be distributed via Televisa-owned satellite and cable networks, Sky and Cablevision. The as-yet untitled network is set for a summer launch.

The move marks the latest phase of the year-old content supply deal between the two companies, which to date has involved Televisa scheduling 1,000 hours of Telemundo content on its terrestrial network Channel 9.

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