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Houston Telemundo affiliate to carry Dynamo games
March 7th, 2014 5:53PM

TAGS:  houston dynamo, mls, soccer business, television


[SOCCER ON THE AIR] KTMD-TV Telemundo Houston will broadcast seven MLS games as the Houston Dynamo's official Spanish-language TV partner in 2014.
KTMD-TV will broadcast the Dynamo games on delay on Saturdays from 11:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. after Telemundo’s popular national sports show, “Titulares Telemundo.” (Schedule)
“This is an amazing development for the Dynamo. To be partnered with a leading Spanish-language network is something we have desired for a long time,” said Dynamo president Chris Canetti. “This partnership indicates the rapid growth of the Dynamo and MLS. We are extremely excited to work with Telemundo and use the strength of their platform to help us communicate and connect with the Hispanic community here in Houston.”
Diego Lopez-Maradona and Luis Marquez will serve as play-by-play and commentary hosts for Dynamo broadcasts on Telemundo Houston.

Other MLS Spanish-language deals ...

LA GALAXY. Time Warner Cable Deportes (16 games) will return for a second season as local home of the Galaxy. Returning for Time Warner Cable Deportes are Samuel Jacobo, Martin Zuniga and Elmur Souza. (Schedule)

SEATTLE. THIS-TV (KOMO2) will broadcast 12 matches. Jaime Mendez and Hugo Alcaraz-Cuellar enter their sixth season on the Spanish broadcast. (Schedule)

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