Maximum TV and Dreamhouse Partner to Offer Telenovelas to US Hispanic Market Via the Internet

Maximum TV, in partnership with Dreamhouse Entertainment, will deliver full length, full screen telenovelas via the internet to US-based Hispanics.

Novelas and other genres of TV programming (movies, series, etc.) from across Latin America are presented via Maximum TV's online television service at www.maximum.tv All 100-plus episodes for various novelas will come online, and all episodes can be enjoyed in high video quality.

"Telenovelas are a crucial ingredient in the TV experience of US Hispanics; as this segment of the population moves more and more online, they can now also enjoy their favorite telenovelas on their broadband-connected computers, notebooks and netbooks," said Erik Vanderlaan, Chief Technology Officer of Maximum TV.

Next to a selection of telenovelas, Maximum TV offers television programming in categories like news, sports, music, humor, documentaries, movies, etc. all targeted to the US Hispanic consumer market.

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