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Archives: Univision

Univision Deportes announce plans to stream Gold Cup tournament live

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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Univision Deportes has announced plans to include live streaming as part of the networks coverage of this summer’s Gold Cup tournament. Each match in the tournament will be available to stream live on the network’s app and website, and will include … Continue reading

How much worse can Univision’s Friday night MLS SAP get?

Posted on by Alex Muller
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If you want to travel back in time to experience how awful Dave O’Brien’s commentary was during ESPN’s 2006 World Cup, just switch on the English SAP option for any MLS game televised on UniMas every Friday night. You’ll soon … Continue reading

Bayern Munich and Univision Deportes announce partnership

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Bayern Munich have announced a partnership with American Spanish-language television company Univision Deportes.  The agreement means that the network will now air Bayern Munich Magazine, a 90-minute program dedicated to match replays of Bundesliga, Champions League, and German Cup matches. In … Continue reading

New MLS TV deal hasn’t lived up to its billing yet

Posted on by Earl Reed
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We’re two months into the 2015 Major League Soccer season, and it’s tough to say that the league’s new TV deal has done much to live up to the billing. Last year brought a lot of excitement as MLS locked … Continue reading

MLS TV viewing figures are in for opening weekend of games

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The TV viewing figures for the opening weekend of the 2015 MLS season are in. While they’re not earth shattering, the numbers were positive for ESPN and UniMas but disappointing for FOX Sports. An average viewing audience of 539,000 watched … Continue reading

UniMas scores record numbers for MLS match on Spanish-language network

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The opening game of the 2015 MLS season was the most-viewed MLS match ever among non-Hispanics on a Spanish-language network. UniMás’ broadcast of the MLS season opener, LA Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire, delivered gains of +44% among Total Viewers and … Continue reading

Highs and lows of MLS’ opening weekend TV coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Major League Soccer couldn’t have picked a better weekend to launch its 20th season after a boring, quiet and uneventful FA Cup weekend in England. Soccer fans were craving goals, and MLS dutifully supplied them with an average of 2.25 … Continue reading

MLS and TV networks need to make most of this second chance; By Simon Evans

Posted on by Simon Evans
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So after all the strike threats, tough talking and marathon negotiations, Major League Soccer’s 20th season will kick off on time this weekend – and the new campaign is in many ways marks a second chance for the league. With … Continue reading

FOX Sports, ESPN and Univision announce MLS coverage plans for 2015 season

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The 2015 season of MLS will feature a brand-new TV deal with broadcasters FOX Sports, ESPN and Univision Deportes combining forces to provide soccer fans with regularly scheduled games throughout the season. With new teams Orlando City and New York … Continue reading

ESPN and Univision confirm FIFA excluded them from World Cup 2026 bidding

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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ESPN and Univision have officially confirmed what World Soccer Talk revealed earlier today that neither TV network had been notified that the FIFA TV rights for 2023-2026 (including FIFA World Cup 2026) were being handed to FOX Sports and Telemundo instead … Continue reading

Miami catching up with New York and Los Angeles as soccer media capital in US

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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The Miami area has in the past few years quickly emerged as the third soccer media hub in the United States rivaling Los Angeles and New York. For a long time, the area hosted GolTV, which was the first national 24-hour … Continue reading

2014 MLS Cup Viewing Figures Increase By 91% on ESPN and 31% on UniMas

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The number of people who watched the 2014 MLS Cup on ESPN increased by 91% compared to last year’s MLS Cup. An average viewing audience of 964,000 tuned in to watch LA Galaxy defeat New England Revolution 2-1 in the 120 … Continue reading

Univision’s 12 Hours of Live World Cup Coverage Including Closing Ceremony Begins at 11am ET

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Univision is planning 12 hours of live World Cup Final coverage today beginning at 11am ET/8am PT. The coverage includes the Closing Ceremony, which will feature performances by musical stars Shakira, Wyclef Jean, Carlos Santana, Alexandre Pires, Carlinhos Brown, and … Continue reading

Where to Find the World Cup Final On US TV And Internet: Germany vs Argentina

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Today’s must-see game between Germany and Argentina will be shown live on US television and Internet beginning at 3pm ET/Noon PT. The winner today will be crowned World Champions. It’s important to reiterate that the match kicks off at 3pm … Continue reading

12.4 Million Watched Brazil vs Germany World Cup Semifinal On US TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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More than 12 million people watched the World Cup semifinal between Brazil and Germany on Tuesday, proving that Americans are continuing to watch the tournament in record numbers. An average of 6.6 million people watched Brazil-Germany on ESPN, while 5.8 … Continue reading

World Cup Semifinals TV Schedule and Commentator Assignments

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Find out where you can watch the World Cup semi-finals between Brazil-Germany and Argentina-Holland on US TV and Internet. The excitement is building for the World Cup, to find out which two teams will advance to the World Cup final. … Continue reading

7 Most Revealing Facts About World Cup TV Viewing Numbers

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The coverage of 2014 FIFA World Cup continues to break records in the United States — both on television and online. The summer of 2014 will be remembered as the summer of soccer. Here are 7 of the most revealing … Continue reading

Univision Announces Commentator Assignments For World Cup Round of 16 Games

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Univision has announced their commentator assignments for the World Cup Round of 16 games from June 28 through July 1. Here they are: Saturday, June 28 Round of 16 — Brazil vs Chile, Noon ET, Univision, Univision Deportes Network & Univision’s Futbol website; … Continue reading