Following up on last week’s draw for the 2019 Copa America, Telemundo Deportes has revealed more details about their coverage plans for this summer’s competition that’ll feature the stellar teams from South America as well as special guests Japan and Qatar.
From June 14 to July 7, Telemundo Deportes will present all 26 matches live in Spanish on Telemundo, Universo, and Telemundo Deportes’ app and digital platforms. Telemundo Deportes will offer the most extensive Spanish-language coverage ever across all its media platforms, ensuring the most robust viewing experience for all soccer fans.
Renowned sports journalist Miguel Gurwitz and Mexican soccer legend Carlos Hermosillo team up to lead the coverage of the 2019 Copa America live from Brazil. The network’s soccer experts will participate in the coverage, offering match commentary and analysis led by five-time Emmy Award winner Andres Cantor alongside experts Sammy Sadovnik, Copan Alvarez, Manuel So, Erasmo Provenza and Viviana Vila.
Telemundo will be covering all angles of the event with a dedicated production team based in the heart of Rio de Janeiro throughout the duration of the tournament, and a host position featuring stunning views from Copacabana. Telemundo will also have dedicated crews traveling across the five host cities — Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, São Paulo, Porto Alegre and Salvador — following the top teams and capturing the dynamic culture and vibrant colors of Brazil.
To complement the live action coverage, Telemundo Deportes’ broadcast will feature analysis and preview prior to kickoff of each and every match. The day will wrap up with a special, extended 60-minute edition of “Titulares y Más,” Telemundo’s late-night sports and entertainment show that will air in its extended format throughout the duration of the tournament. The show will highlight the best of the day and the main storylines ahead of the next series of matches, featuring original content produced on-the-ground in Brazil.
Telemundo Deportes will present special 60-minute shows previewing the Opening Match and the Semi-Finals. Additionally, on July 7, there will be an extended 90-minute preview of the Final Match and a 60-minute recap including the award ceremony. The production of these shows will be fully based in Rio de Janeiro providing viewers with a tour of the host cities, insights into the participating teams and players as well as the analysis, reactions and predictions of the tournament going into key matches.
Telemundo’s regular daily programming will complement the coverage with their unique perspective surrounding Copa America and the host country.
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