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Mexico-USA to air on ... mun2
by Paul Kennedy, July 29th, 2009 7:02AM

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[TELEVISION WATCH] Never heard of mun2? If you're a U.S. soccer fan, you'll need to find it on your dial if you hope to watch Mexico-USA on English-language television. Check here to find where mun2 is available ...

mun2 (moon-dos), the lifestyle cable network for young bi-cultural Latinos, will air the key World Cup 2010 qualifier on Aug. 12, beginning at 3:55 p.m. ET. Play-by-play veteran Phil Schoen and former U.S. international Marcelo Balboa will provide the commentary.

The "Showdown at the Azteca" will be produced by Deportes Telemundo, which holds Mexican national team game rights in the United States and will air the game in Spanish-language.

NBC Universal owns Latino-targeted network mun2 and Telemundo.

mun2, which recently surpassed 31 million U.S. households in national distribution, will be available to all distribution partners who want to carry it as a free preview on that day.

To find where mun2 is available: http://holamun2.com/usavsmex

 



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