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YouTube and Univision make Spanish-language content deal

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 Nov 2009 15:53 User comments (2)

YouTube and Univision make Spanish-language content deal Google and Spanish-language TV giant Univision have signed a deal this week that will have the Spanish content featured via video sharing giant YouTube.
The deal will include programming from Univision, Galavision and TeleFutura and both companies will share revenue, with Univision "receiving the majority." All revenue will be generated from advertising around the programs while they play.

Over the past year, YouTube has signed similar deals with Disney, Time Warner, Channel 4 and many others.

The latest deal will include full length shows as well as promotional clips including celebrity interviews.

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2 user comments

116.11.2009 19:56

I'm surprised it took them this long to localise.

217.11.2009 4:59

Wow! Now they can ban even more videos that don't break any rules!

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