Telemundo revealed it will launch a Spanish-language 24-hour news channel.
The network teased its plans as part of its 2022-23 programming announcements, ahead of its May 16 Upfront.
The streaming news channel will be called Noticias Telemundo Ahora, in partnership with NBC News NOW.
The network offered few details about the new offering, which it says will cover breaking news and key Latino lifestyle topics and live reporting from all major U.S. cities, as well as interviews with newsmakers.
Univision launched its news streaming channel “Noticias Univision 24/7” in December 2021.
You can read about Telemundo’s new programming slate on Forbes.
Rick Torres says
The new Telemundo platform announced that at most they will be hiring one or two people to manage the operations.
Which mean that all of those already employed who make 38K a month will be forced to contribute content. It is the closest thing to slavery since 1776.
Joe Lee says
for 38k a month (456,000 a year) I don’t see why they can’t contribute content.
Marco S says
Telenundo always showing management at its best. The title should be: “Telemundo to launch news streaming channel without notifying its employees”. Great way to launch something without your people knowing but they will surely put us more work.