Summer Content Launch Set for Hispanic IPTV Network TuYo


LOS ANGELES: A July debut date has been set for TuYo, a new IPTV network geared toward the U.S. Hispanic community.

The network will provide free, on-demand and pay-per-content bilingual options for viewers. It will also allow users to choose between curated content channels or the ability to create their own viewing grid within the digital network’s content mix of original series, scripted series, documentary films, novelas, reality, sports, gaming and news programming. TuYo can be found on AppleTV, Roku, Google Chrome and Fire Fly TV, and can be downloaded on any Apple or Android device, smart TV or tablet.

“TuYo was created to expand the content options for audiences and creators on digital broadcast networks today,” said Pete Salgado, the founder and CEO of TuYo. “We have cultivated the best in programming and entertainment in Spanish and English, creating an opportunity for new and established talent and production partners to showcase the best in one-of-a-kind content serving an immediate viewing audience. We know that we have created a vital platform that delivers the best in unique bilingual content to a marketplace that has been waiting for this mix in one of the most-discussed platforms: IPTV.”

“TuYo is the first Hispanic broadcast platform that includes talent in its business model, giving creators of all languages the opportunity to develop the in-house content that they’ve always dreamt of,” said Mari Urdaneta, the VP of programming and creative. “It is content for a new generation of bilingual audiences.”