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Charter Communications Adds 55 Digital Latino Programming Channels

Friday, July 04, 2014

 

Charter Communications has launched its Latino View level of service, adding 55 new digital Latino programming channels for their customers.

Fifteen of the channels are high definition. The new channels feature a broad range of programming including news, movies, sports, and children’s programs and are set to cater to the growing need for Latino programming.

“Latino View is a great complement to the popular programming already available on Charter TV,” said Greg Garabedian, Vice President and General Manager of Charter operations in New England. “We’re committed to providing relevant programming that reflects the diversity of the region and brings value to our Spanish speaking customers.”

For more information about the Latino View level of service, contact Charter Communications at 1-888-438-2427 or visit www.charter.com/latino.

 

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