Friday, March 27th, 2015
teleSUR joins the MHz Networks programming lineup in the Washington, D.C. area as MHz Networks 10 on March 25.

teleSUR is a pan-Latin American news multimedia launched in 2005 with the objective to defend and promote the processes of change in the region and the world.

The channel is broadcast in Spanish and features news, information and talk programs on global politics, business and foreign affairs, as well as interviews and investigative reports.

With a market size of 2.3 million homes or 4.9 million viewers, teleSUR is available to the Washington, DC region via MHz digital broadcast channel 30.10, Comcast/Xfinity channel 280, Cox cable channel 479, and RCN cable channel 34.

Frederick Thomas, MHz Networks Founder & Chief Executive, says, "teleSUR helps to fill in the information gap from central and South America and adds a new perspective to the global discussion."

Patricia Villegas, President of teleSUR, says, "Our motto is to provide a Latin American view of world events and we are confident Wasingtonians will appreciate a new way of staying informed."

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About teleSUR
teleSUR is the Latin American news signal with headquarters in Caracas, Venezuela. It is operated by the Nueva Television del Sur C.A., a public company funded by the governments of Argentina, Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Uruguay and Venezuela. The Spanish teleSUR signal sum over 492 million viewers in 110 countries. In other areas, the live signal can be accessed through

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teleSUR Launches on MHz Networks in Washington, D.C.


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