World Soccer Talk is excited to share our exclusive interview with Telemundo Deportes President Ray Warren. During the discussion, Warren discusses what Telemundo will offer soccer fans for the 2022 World Cup. For example, among the deliverables that Telemundo Deportes promises for World Cup 2022, they include:

• Commentators calling every game live from within the stadium
• An increase in the number of pundits including more former players and referees, and more women,
• 56 games live on Telemundo with no conflicts with other sports (unlike FOX Sports),
• 8 games on Universo (in the Group Stage when there are simultaneous kickoffs), and
• 1 hour post-game show every day after the 2-4PM ET match ends.

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