YouTube TV adds Univision networks, plans for more Spanish-language add-ons

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YouTube TV, the streaming cable and cloud DVR provider from Google, has added Univision as well as other Spanish-language channels as part of a push into the Latinx market that will continue to grow in the coming months.

Univision’s national feed, as well as its sister networks UniMás and Galavisión, will become available to customers at no extra cost. In major markets, local Univision feeds will be available as well.

YouTube TV is making a big push to attract more Spanish-speaking customers.

It plays to add Pantaya, which offers Spanish-language movies and other content, for $6 a month later this year.

In addition, a separate add on bundle will add Cinelatino, CNN Español, Discovery en Español, Estrella TV, Fox Deportes and Sony Cine, though pricing and launch information have not been announced.

YouTube TV already offers Telemundo, NBCUniversal’s Spanish-language network, in select markets.

Rival Sling TV currently offers Univision and Hulu offers a Spanish language upgrade package for about $10 more a month.