TeleXitos Diginet Available On Spectrum

The Telemundo-owned Spanish-language multicast network’s programming is now available on Spectrum systems serving top Hispanic markets.

TeleXitos, the Telemundo Station Group’s Spanish-language multicast network, is now available on Charter’s Spectrum. With the addition of the Spectrum footprint, TeleXitos continues to increase its reach in key Hispanic markets. The network will continue to be carried in all top 10 U.S. Hispanic television markets. Source:  Nielsen 2017 Hispanic Universe Estimates, MediaCensus.

“We’re excited about our new partnership with Spectrum and most importantly, to serve more viewers with quality programming the whole family can enjoy together in Spanish and without subtitles,” said Barbara Alfonso, Director of TeleXitos. 

Under the agreement with Spectrum, TeleXitos will be available in seven of the provider’s markets. Channel positions in each Spectrum market are as follows:

  • Los Angeles (HHDMA 1) — Ch. 1286
  • New York (HHDMA 2) — Ch. 1288
  • Houston (HHDMA 4) — Ch. 1285
  • Dallas-Fort Worth (HHDMA 5) — Ch. 1285
  • San Antonio (HHDMA 7) — Ch. 1285
  • Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen (Rio Grande Valley) (HHDMA 10) — Ch. 1285
  • Boston (Worcester and surrounding communities) (HHDMA 21) — Ch. 1288

Launched three years ago in December 2014, TeleXitos serves Spanish-language viewers who seek action and adventure television series and movies from the 1970s to 2000s dubbed in Spanish. It is available in the following markets: Los Angeles, New York, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago, San Antonio, San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, Phoenix, Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen, Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, Fresno, Albuquerque-Santa Fe, Philadelphia, San Diego, Denver, Boston, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Tucson, Hartford, Bakersfield, Salt Lake City, and Monterey-Salinas. Additionally, viewers in the West Palm Beach, Florida market can watch TeleXitos programming over-the-air or on Xfinity ch. 229. 

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Adam Wiener says:

December 8, 2017 at 1:48 pm

I imagine the ZGS Telemundo stations will add TeleXitos after NBCU finalizes the buyout, which is fine by me. While I don’t speak Spanish and thus won’t be watching, the Springfield area (which is currently serviced by a ZGS Telemundo) is more or less a diginet dead zone, so we have to take what we can get.