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Univision releases World Cup viewing app
April 10th, 2014 8:51PM

TAGS:  soccer business, television, world cup 2014


[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Univision has released an app that it says will deliver the best digital viewing experience ever for all World Cup games and content.

The digital service, designed and powered by NeuLion, offers fans access to  live streaming coverage of all the games with in-match, real-time highlights and stats, video highlights, schedules, individual club news and rosters.

Fans watching on PC, smartphones and tablets will be able personalize their experience, connecting to other fans via their social networks using Twitter and Facebook.  The app can be downloaded across both iTunes and Android platforms.
“The World Cup inspires an enthusiasm like no other event in the world, and this app delivers a fan-tailored experience unlike anything else,” said Juan Carlos Rodriguez, president of Univision Deportes. “Univision is the home for soccer in the U.S. and FIFA World Cup coverage, and through this app fans will have access to our exclusive content in the palm of their hands.”
Beyond the World Cup, fans will have additional features to further personalize content to receive information about their favorite club teams, see the latest news and videos from across Univision Deportes network, and have access to key international matches throughout the year.

1 comment
  1. Kevin Sims
    commented on: April 14, 2014 at 11:55 p.m.
    Can't seem to find it ... search terms? app exact title?

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