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VeneMovies Reaches 100% of Puerto Rico
By launching in Choice Cable, SomosTV's movie channel in Spanish now has complete coverage in local cable TV.
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Channel SomosTV,which broadcasts films in Spanish 24/7 with no commercial breaks, expanded its coverage in Puerto Rico by launching in Choice Cable. The channel was already present in Puerto Rico's other two cable companies One Link and Liberty.

Luis Villanueva, president and CEO of SomosTV, highlighted how important this news is for the company, since Puerto Rico is one of its most important markets. "We know that VeneMovies' programming and its premium package report high acceptance levels across the island and we are delighted with the fact that new homes in such a beloved country can now enjoy the channel that we make with all our love and care," he said.

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VeneMovies is one of the preferred Spanish-speaking channels in Puerto Rico and is included in some of the most prestigious channel portfolios in the American market. The channel has stood out from the beginning for showing contemporary films originally produced in Spanish, with contemporary storylines and new talented performers, as well as for covering industry events and having shows to promote Hispanic talent.  

Apart from Puerto Rican cable companies, VeneMovies is also in talks to break into the satellite TV market. The channel is distributed by major cable companies –including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Cox Communications, Charter Communications, RCN and more- and also via other services such as Verizon FIOS and ATT.

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