ORLANDO, Fla., May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — ORLANDO, Fla., May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — FreeCast is launching a new bundle of Spanish language family entertainment, dubbed “Mis Canales” available on SelectTV. At only $7 per month, the robust entertainment offering of 25 pay channels complements the existing 15+ free Spanish language channels that SelectTV’s current U.S. Hispanic audience already enjoys. New customers to the SelectTV platform will pay $10.99 for the Mis Canales package of channels along with the base SelectTV service. SelectTV is an aggregated guide, bringing all of the internet’s free and pay entertainment offerings together into a one-stop shop that consumers can access from all of their devices.
Mis Canales is packed with well known, popular channels that appeal to the entire family including Antena 3, Atrescine, Atreseries, Canal Sur, Caracol, Cinema Dinamita, Estrella TV, Estudio5, Gol TV, HOLA! TV, Inglés para Todos, Multimedios, NTN24, Nuestra Tele, PX Sports, RCN Novelas, Tarima, Teleformula, Tigo Sports, TV Consciente, TVV, TyC Sports, VePlus, Video Rola, and Viendo Movies.
In addition to the premium Spanish language content in the Mis Canales package, SelectTV also provides easy and affordable access to free TV shows, movies, and subscription services in English. This makes it a perfect solution for bilingual and Hispanic households who are looking for a complete TV solution that caters to their interests without forcing them to go elsewhere for their favorite US programming.
FreeCast’s Executive Vice President of Digital Content and Channel Distribution, Tracy West, commented on the new service: “Mis Canales, along with SelectTV’s free Spanish language channels and local over-the-air networks available through the Streaming TV Kit give our customers an entertainment bonanza for a low monthly fee. With the Streaming TV Kit soon to be available in retail, along with our in-language marketing efforts, we expect the Hispanic audience to make up a sizable percentage of our new customers going forward.”