Terra and Telemundo Extend Agreement to Live Stream Matches Until 2011

Telemundo owns the rights to broadcast all the soccer matches of the Mexican National Team, including the qualification matches to the World Cup (not including those that take place in the final round of the World Cup in South Africa). Yesterday Terra announced that it extended a deal with Terra to livestream matches on its website http://www.terra.com/futbol_estelar/ to 2011.

The live stream of last summers World Cup qualifying match U.S. versus Mexico, sponsored by Sprint, had more than 400,000 live streams of which more than 50% were live. During the game there were over 2,500 users connected in over 60 chat rooms discussing every angle of the exciting action. Upon the conclusion of the game and extending to the day after, there were an additional 144,000 streams of related content. On game day alone, Terra’s sports channel received a record 290,000 US unique users.


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