EWTN’s Spanish-language channel is now available in key Mexican cities such as Acapulco, Chihuahua, Cuernavaca, Mexicali, Juarez and many others, thanks to an agreement with Cablemas.
EWTN also announced that its Spanish channel is also now available 24 hours a day in Chicago via Comcast, the leading cable operator in the United States which carries EWTN in more than 120 cities.
Walter Cordova, national marketing manager for EWTN’s Spanish Networks, said, “Our launch in the Hispanic market of Chicago is very important due to the large Hispanic population of over 1.4 million.”
Since the beginning of 2007, up to now, EWTN has launched in 262 cities in the US on cable systems such as Time Warner, Cox, and Comcast, among others.
During the last four years, EWTN’s Spanish channel has been launched in more than 600 cities throughout the United States.
EWTN Global Catholic Network, founded in the United States by Mother Angelica in 1981 is the largest religious media network in the world and is available in more than 142 million television households in 140 countries and territories.