NBC UNIVERSO has launched in HD for Comcast Xfinity TV customers in western markets including the cities of San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Denver, and Portland among other locations. The channel offers a lineup of movies, TV shows, and sports programming in Spanish language, Spanish-dubbed, and with Spanish subtitles.
Specifically, NBC UNIVERSO in HD is available in California (San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, Fresno and Stockton); Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Greeley); New Mexico (Albuquerque and Santa Fe); Seattle; Portland, Ore.; Salt Lake City; Tucson, Ariz.; Minneapolis/St. Paul and Houston.
“NBC UNIVERSO is championing the effort to bring Latinos the world-class sports and modern, edgy entertainment they want and deserve, and watching this compelling content in HD is important to them,” said Ruben Mendiola, President, NBC UNIVERSO.
NBC UNIVERSO first launched in HD on DirecTV to offer Super Bowl XLIX in Spanish. Bright House Networks also launched NBC UNIVERSO in HD last spring. And, Cox is presently working on offering NBC UNIVERSO in HD.