Telemundo, a leading producer of high-quality content for Hispanics in
the U.S. and audiences around the world, today announced it has extended
its exclusive U.S. broadcast and online rights to away World Cup
qualifying matches of The Mexican National Team through 2013.
"Deportes Telemundo is the gold standard in sports coverage in Hispanic television," said Don Browne, President of Telemundo. "The world renowned expertise of our talent and the quality of our broadcasts, have the unique ability to capture the passion and essence of the sports that our audiences love to watch."
"For over 10 years, Telemundo has been the exclusive home of the Mexican National Team's World Cupawayqualifying matches. This agreement keeps that tradition alive during Mexico's journey on the road to qualification," added Jorge Hidalgo, Senior Executive Vice President,Telemundo Network Sports. "Only the Deportes Telemundo team, led by Andres Cantor, can define the passion and deliver the broadcast excellence that Hispanics demand."
Emmy Award-winning announcer, Andres Cantor, who recently renewed his commitment with Telemundo, will call the World Cup qualifying games live and on location. Together with renowned commentator Jessi Losada and analyst Sammy Sadovnik, viewers will enjoy extensive signature coverage before, during and after the games, on-air, online and via mobile. Mexico's match-ups on the road to the World Cup will be determined when the preliminary draw for qualifying takes place on July 30, 2011.
Telemundo's "Rumbo al Mundial" franchise has been the center piece of the network's commitment to deliver premier sporting events to our viewers for over a decade. "Rumbo al Mundial" has been the ultimate destination to watch Mexican National Team soccer and has consistently delivered millions of viewers outpacing the competition regardless of language.
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