Comcast Launches New Hispanic Channels and Service Bundles in California

Comcast Corporation, provider of entertainment, information and communications services announced that it is launching several new Hispanic product bundles in California, as well as delivering 26 new Spanish-language channels to its Central California customers, as part of a growing XFINITY TV lineup that has expanded exponentially as a result of Comcast's recent digital upgrade of customers from analog to digital.  

Five new Hispanic packages will be marketed under the brand name MultiLatino and will each contain a mix of Spanish and English channels to suit customers' varying programming needs. 

The new MultiLatino video packages can also be purchased with Comcast's high-speed Internet and phone services to create new Hispanic Triple Play bundles.

The list of new Spanish-language channels, which cover a wide variety of interests from sports and news to religion and music, includes:  Bandamax, Caracol TV, De Pelicula, De Pelicula Clasico, Ecuavisa, EWTN Espanol, Gran Cine, HTV Musica, La Familia, La Telenovela, Mexicanal, Mexico 22, Multimedios, Ritmoson Latino, Sorpresa, Sur Peru, TBN Enlace, Telefe, Telehit, TV Chile, TV Colombia, TV Dominicana, TV Venezuela, TVE International, Utilisima and WAPA America.

These networks are now available to both residential homes and businesses throughout the majority of Comcast's Central California systems, including: Chico, Davis, Fresno, Grass Valley, Lodi, Los Banos, Marysville, Merced, Modesto, Placerville, Patterson, Sacramento, Stockton, Tracy, Visalia and Yuba City.  These Spanish-language channels have already launched in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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