De Película, De Película Clásico, Telehit and Bandamax have been added to Bresnan Communications’ digital Spanish-language tier in 19 markets, the MSO and TuTv said Wednesday.
The four networks are owned by Spanish-language-network group TuTv, which was created in 2002 through a joint venture between Univision Communications Inc. and Televisa S.A.
As for the four services added by the MSO, De Película airs “the world’s best Spanish-language films,” De Película Clásico airs films from the 1930s-50s, Telehit is an “urban and trend-settingmusic and lifestyle channel for teens and young adults” and Bandamax is a Mexican country-music and lifestyle channel.
Bresnan added the TuTv services in: Alamosa, Colorado City, Craig, Delta, Durango, Fort Morgan, Grand Junction, La Junta, Lamar, Leadville, Manassa, Montrose, Sterling and Walsenburg, Colo.; and Casper, Cheyenne, Jackson, Laramie and Rawlins, Wyo.
“The TuTv networks represent some of the most exclusive, high-quality Spanish-language programming in our industry today,” Bresnan vice president of programming Jim Gemmill said in a prepared statement.