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Galavision wins with U-20 World Cup coverage
August 24th, 2011 12:30AM
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[TELEVISION WATCH] The interest in Mexico's youth teams was evident in the 1.7 million viewers who watched the Mexico-Brazil semifinals from the Under-20 World Cup in Colombia on Galavision, making it the second most-watched Spanish-language cable telecast in history.

The game, won by eventual champion Brazil, 2-0, on two late goals, ranks as the fourth highest watched sports telecast in August so far among all cable networks, regardless of language, among Adults 18-34 and fifth highest watched of the month so far with Adults 18-49.

  1. Ernest Irelan
    commented on: August 24, 2011 at 11:33 a.m.
    I liked the games very much, a problem was at times, in the change of times an what channels they were broadcast on,ESPN changed them around at times..the scenes of Columbia were really great, the stadiums were super...I WAS REALLY IMPRESSED WITH COLUMBIA...THEY WERE GREAT HOSTS FOR THIS TOURNAMENT...FOR SURE, WORLD CLASS

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