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U.S. Hispanic Networks’ World Cup Coverage

As the World Cup kicks off in Brazil, various Latino networks in the U.S. are hoping specialized coverage and second-screen extensions will satisfy the content demands of this traditionally soccer-crazed audience. Leading the pack in beefed-up football offerings is Univision Communications, which holds the exclusive Spanish-language broadcast rights to the games in the U.S., along …

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