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Multimedios Television Launch and Roll-Out on Charter!!

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Responsive to its customers in cities large and small, Charter Communications has chosen Multimedios Television as a key part of its expanded Spanish-language offerings to its growing Hispanic subscriber base across the country beginning on March 8, 2011 in California’s Los Angeles metro area including Long Beach, San Bernardino and Riverside among others; Louisiana including New Orleans suburbs Slidell and Covington among others; and over 21 cities, towns and communities in Tennessee!!!

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Multimedios Television Launch and Roll-Out on Charter!!

  1. 1. Multimedios Networks is absolutely thrilled to report the launch and roll-out of Multimedios Television (NOW IN HD) on Charter cable systems beginning on March 8, 2011 in California’s Los Angeles metro area including Long Beach, San Bernardino and Riverside among others; Louisiana including the cities of Hammond, Eunice, Jennings and the New Orleans suburbs of Slidell and Covington among others; and in over 21 cities, towns and communities in Tennessee!!! MULTIMEDIOS NETWORKS 100% Family, 100% Original, 100% Mexican Spanish-Language Television Networks Targeting the Underserved, Largest and Fastest Growing Demographic From Coast-to-CoastAbout Multimedios Networks:Multimedios Television Networks are part of Grupo Multimedios, in operation since 1933, the third-largest producer of original Spanish-language programming inMexico and an expert in capturing Mexican audiences. The Mexican media conglomerate includes: 37 AM and FM radio stations; nine broadcast TV stations; a300,000-subscriber triple-play cable operator offering television, broadband and telephony; 12 local, regional and national newspapers; two national magazines;outdoor advertising; music concert venues; amusement parks; music and talk radio network La Caliente Radio Network available for U.S. distribution; and threesatellite transmitted 100% Family, 100% Original, 100% Mexican television networks distributed in the U.S. market: General Entertainment Network MultimediosTelevision, 24/7 News Network Milenio Television and Music TV Network TeleRitmo.

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