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Univision
Univision
Deportes is the sports programming division of Univision, a Spanish language
Spanish language
broadcast television network owned by Univision Communications, that is responsible for the production of sports events and magazine programs that air on the parent Univision
Univision
network and sister network UniMás, and cable channels Galavisión
Galavisión
and Univision
Univision
Deportes Network. The division's premier sports properties are its broadcast rights to Liga MX, select matches involving the Mexico and United States
United States
men's national soccer teams, tournament matches from the CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
and Copa América. The division's headquarters are at Univision
Univision
Communications' South Florida headquarters in the Miami
Miami
exurb of Doral, Florida.

Contents

1 History 2 Programs throughout the years

2.1 Current broadcast rights 2.2 Former programs

3 Notable personalities

3.1 Present

3.1.1 Play-by-play 3.1.2 Anchors 3.1.3 Analysts 3.1.4 Field Reporters 3.1.5 Reporters

3.2 Former

3.2.1 Play-by-play 3.2.2 Analysts 3.2.3 Reporters 3.2.4 Studio hosts

4 Presidents of Univision
Univision
Deportes 5 Related properties

5.1 Univision
Univision
Deportes Network 5.2 Univision
Univision
Deportes Radio

6 See also 7 Notes and references 8 External links

History[edit]

This section needs expansion with: History of Univision
Univision
Deportes' development. You can help by adding to it. (November 2015)

Programs throughout the years[edit] Current broadcast rights[edit]

Association football

Liga MX
Liga MX
(encompassing Univision, Univision
Univision
Deportes Network, UniMás and Galavisión)

América Atlas Chiapas Cruz Azul Guadalajara (2013–present)[5] León Monterrey Morelia Necaxa Puebla Querétaro Santos Laguna Toluca UANL UNAM Veracruz

Mexico national football team CONCACAF
CONCACAF
(2012–present)[6]

CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
(2000–present)[7] CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions League CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Futsal Championship CONCACAF
CONCACAF
U-20 Championship CONCACAF
CONCACAF
U-17 Championship CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Women's U-20 Championship CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Women's U-17 Championship

Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer
(2007–present)

MLS Cup
MLS Cup
(2007–present)[8] MLS All-Star Game (2007–present)

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
(2012–present; Univision
Univision
Deportes Network) U.S. men's national soccer team[9] U.S. women's national soccer team[9] UEFA
UEFA
(2018–2022)

UEFA
UEFA
Euro 2020 and qualifiers UEFA
UEFA
Nations League 2022 FIFA World Cup
2022 FIFA World Cup
qualifiers UEFA
UEFA
Champions League (2018–2021)[10]

Auto racing

Formula One
Formula One
(2013–present; Univision
Univision
Deportes Network, UniMas)[11]

Other programming

Contacto Deportivo – weeknight sports news program (Univision, 2015–present; TeleFutura/UniMás, 2002–2015) Fútbol Central – weekly soccer analysis/pre-game show (Univision Deportes Network, 2012–present; Univision, 2015–present) Fútbol de Primera - weekly soccer analysis/highlights show (Galavisión, 1987–2002; TeleFutura/UniMás, 2003-2014; Univision, 2015–present) Lucha Underground – weekly professional wrestling showcase on El Rey Network and UniMás
UniMás
(2013–present)[12] On May 3, 2015, the network debuted a weekly sports magazine program Zona NBA, featuring news and interviews from around the National Basketball Association
National Basketball Association
(NBA). Republica Deportiva – Sunday sports news/talk program (daytime edition, 1999–present; late-night edition, 2015–present) Solo Boxeo – Saturday boxing showcase on TeleFutura/UniMás (2010–present)[13] Univision
Univision
Deportes Fútbol Club – soccer analysis program on Univision Deportes Network
Univision Deportes Network
(2012–present) Univision
Univision
Deportes Extra – sports news program on Univision
Univision
Deportes Network (2012–present)

Former programs[edit]

Association football

FIFA Confederations Cup
FIFA Confederations Cup
(1997, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013) FIFA World Cup
FIFA World Cup
(1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014)[14] FIFA Women's World Cup
FIFA Women's World Cup
(1999, 2003, 2007, 2011) Copa América
Copa América
(1993–2011; 2016)

Notable personalities[edit] Present[edit] Play-by-play[edit]

Enrique Bermúdez Jesús Bracamontes Félix Fernández Pablo Ramírez Luis Omar Tapia Diego Balado Jose Luis Lopez Salido Nicolás "Nico" Cantor

This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Anchors[edit]

Adriana Monsalve Edgar Martinez Alejandro Berry Xavier Sol Lindsay Casinelli Iván Kasanzew (nicknamed "El Conde K") Ana Cathy Hernandez

Analysts[edit]

Marcelo Balboa Paul Caligiuri Javier Castrilli Keith Costigan Carlos Pavon Ramon Ramirez Hristo Stoichkov Ivan Zamorano Reinaldo Navia Enrique Borja Nestor de la Torre

Field Reporters[edit]

Gibrán Araige Israel Romo Vazquez Ramses Sandoval Xavier Sol Antonio Gomez Luna Daniel Chanona Nathalie Juarez Cristina Romero Karina Herrera Guadalupe Flores Peña

This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Reporters[edit] This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Former[edit] Play-by-play[edit]

Andrés Cantor Norberto Longo Jorge Pérez Navarro Rodolfo Landeros Juan Carlos 'Chiquis' Cruz

Analysts[edit] This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Reporters[edit] This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Studio hosts[edit]

Fernando Fiore Rosana Franco

This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Presidents of Univision
Univision
Deportes[edit]

Alexander "Sandy" Brown (2011–2012)[15] Juan Carlos Rodríguez (2012–present)[1]

This film, television or video-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it with reliably sourced additions. Related properties[edit] Univision
Univision
Deportes Network[edit] Main article: Univision
Univision
Deportes Network Univision Deportes Network
Univision Deportes Network
is a digital cable and satellite channel that was launched by Univision
Univision
Communications on April 7, 2012;[16] the network mainly broadcasts association football events (from leagues such as Liga MX
Liga MX
(through individual teams rights held by Univision
Univision
Deportes), the CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions League, Ligue 1
Ligue 1
and Major League Soccer); related news, analysis and documentary programming (such as its flagship sports news program Univision
Univision
Deportes Fútbol Club and Univision
Univision
Deportes Extra); and shows originated by the Televisa Deportes Network
Televisa Deportes Network
through Univision's longstanding programming agreement with Televisa.[17] The network formerly operated a secondary channel, Univision Deportes Network
Univision Deportes Network
2, which carries additional sports content including rebroadcasts of sports events originally seen on its parent network and studio programming; Univision Deportes Network
Univision Deportes Network
2, which was exclusive to Dish Network and created through a carriage agreement with the satellite provider struck in January 2012, ceased operations in 2014.[18][19] Univision
Univision
Deportes Radio[edit] Main article: Univision
Univision
Deportes Radio Univision
Univision
Deportes Radio is a new radio network with a main focus on soccer. It was launched on April 19, 2017 on 10 Univision owned-and-operated stations previously affiliated with Univision America. While no new programming has been announced, much of the current lineup consists of audio simulcasts of Univision
Univision
Deportes Network's shows. See also[edit]

Sports
Sports
broadcasting contracts in the United States

Notes and references[edit]

^ a b c David Lieberman (May 11, 2012). "Juan Carlos Rodriguez Named President Of Univision
Univision
Deportes". Deadline.com. Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Veronica Villafañe (September 24, 2015). "Conrad, Loewenstein get new roles at Univision
Univision
Deportes". Media Moves. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Veronica Villafañe (August 11, 2011). " Univision
Univision
appoints female execs to Deportes". Media Moves. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Veronica Villafañe (February 11, 2013). " Univision
Univision
Deportes adds new VP of marketing". Media Moves. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Marisa Guthrie (October 18, 2012). "At 50 Years Old, How Univision Owns the Hispanic Audience". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ " Univision
Univision
Deportes and CONCACAF
CONCACAF
enter partnership". CONCACAF. August 13, 2012. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ " Univision
Univision
Deportes and CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Enter Unprecedented Partnership to Bring Gold Cup and Champions League Tournaments to Viewers". Univision Communications. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Paul Kennedy (December 4, 2012). " MLS Cup
MLS Cup
viewers jump on TeleFutura, Xolos are TV". Soccer America. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ a b "U.S. Soccer and MLS Sign Landmark TV Deals". ussoccer.com. United States
United States
Soccer Federation. May 12, 2014. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Ourand, John (February 24, 2017). "Turner's soccer shocker". Sports Business Daily.  ^ " Univision
Univision
Deportes snaps up Spanish-language F1 rights". Sports Pro. March 18, 2013.  ^ Brian Steinberg (October 27, 2014). " Univision
Univision
To Use El Rey Wrestling Show To Bolster UniMas". Variety. Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved February 4, 2015.  ^ Meg James (January 7, 2013). " Univision
Univision
to revamp its secondary Spanish language
Spanish language
network". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved November 7, 2015.  ^ Mark Reynolds (July 19, 2009). "Cover Story: Global Goal". Multichannel News. Reed Business Information.  ^ Veronica Villafañe (March 7, 2012). "Brown out as Univision
Univision
Sports president". Media Moves. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Meg James (May 19, 2011). " Univision
Univision
plans three new cable TV channels". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved November 10, 2015.  ^ " Univision Deportes Network
Univision Deportes Network
Kicks off with Exclusive Football and Debut of " Univision
Univision
Deportes Extra" This Weekend" (Press release). Univision
Univision
Communications. April 6, 2012. Retrieved November 11, 2015 – via Yahoo!
Yahoo!
Finance.  ^ Meg James (January 9, 2012). "Dish Network to distribute new Univision
Univision
channels". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved November 11, 2015.  ^ Ed Waller. "Univision, Dish ink carriage deal". C21Media. Retrieved November 11, 2015. 

External links[edit]

Official website

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Univision
Univision
Communications

Corporate directors

Randy Falco

Broadcast television networks

UniMás Univision

Cable television networks

El Rey Network Fusion TV Galavisión Univision
Univision
Canada (licensed; owned by Corus/TLN) Univision
Univision
Deportes Network Univision
Univision
Noticias Univision
Univision
tlnovelas

Univision
Univision
Radio

Stations

KAMA-FM KBBT KBRG KBTQ KCOR KDXX KESS-FM KFLC KFZO KGBT KGBT-FM KHOT-FM KHOV-FM KISF KLAT KLJA KLLE KLNO KLNV KLQB KLQV KLSQ KLTN KLVE KMYO KOMR KOND KOVE-FM KQBU-FM KQMR KRCD KRCV KRDA KRGT KROM KSCA KSOL KSQL KTNQ KVVF KVVZ KXTN-FM WADO WAMR-FM WAQI WKAQ WKAQ-FM WOJO WPPN WQBA WQBU-FM WRTO WRTO-FM WUKQ WUKQ-FM WVIV-FM WXNY-FM WYEL

Radio networks

Univision
Univision
Deportes Radio

Univision
Univision
owned and/or operated stations

KABE-CD KAKW-DT KCEC1 KDTV-DT KEZT-CD KFTV-DT KLUZ-TV1 KMEX-DT KTVW-DT KUTH-DT KUVE-DT KUVN-DT KUVS-DT KWEX-DT KXLN-DT WFDC-DT1 WGBO-DT WLII-DT/WSUR-DT WLTV-DT WQHS-DT WUNI1 WUVC-DT WUVG-DT WUVP-DT WVEA-TV1 WVEN-TV1 WXTV-DT

UniMás
UniMás
owned and/or operated stations

KBTF-CD KFPH-DT KFSF-DT KTFF-DT KFTH-DT KTFK-DT KTFO-CD KFTR-DT KFTU-DT KNIC-DT KSTR-DT WAMI-DT WFPA-CD WFUT-DT WTNC-LD WXFT-DT

Justice Network
Justice Network
stations

KUVI-DT KXLK-CD WFTY-DT WMGM-TV WWJE-DT

Other television stations

KNIC-CD (dark) WRCF-CD
WRCF-CD
(Escape) WSTE-DT
WSTE-DT
(Spanish Independent)

Other subsidiaries

Fusion Media Group

Gizmodo
Gizmodo
Media Group

Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Lifehacker Kotaku Splinter

The Root Onion, Inc. (40%)

The A.V. Club ClickHole

Entravision Communications
Entravision Communications
(10%)

1 Univision
Univision
owns these station licenses, however they are operated by Entravision under local marketing agreements.

v t e

Sports
Sports
television in the United States

Broadcast divisions

English

CBS Sports ESPN
ESPN
on ABC Fox Sports NBC Sports Stadium Turner Sports

Spanish

Azteca Deportes Telemundo Deportes
Telemundo Deportes
(Telemundo/Universo) Univision
Univision
Deportes

National channels

English

beIN Sports CBS Sports
Sports
Network ESPN

ESPN2

FS1

FS2

NBCSN

Olympic Channel

Spanish

beIN Sports
Sports
en Español ESPN
ESPN
Deportes Fox Deportes Univision
Univision
Deportes Network

Specialty channels

College

Big Ten Network ESPNU Fox College Sports Pac-12 Network SEC Network

Single sport

Cricket TicketO ESPN
ESPN
College Extra ESPN
ESPN
Goal Line & Bases LoadedP Fox Soccer PlusP GOL TV Golf Channel In DemandP MAVTV MLB Network MLB Extra InningsO MLB Strike ZoneP MLS Direct KickO NBA League PassO NBA TV NFL Network NFL RedZoneP NFL Sunday TicketO NHL Network NHL Center IceO Tennis Channel TVG

TVG2

Willow Ride TV

Outdoors

The Cowboy Channel Frost Great Outdoors Outdoor Channel

Sportsman Channel World Fishing Network

Pursuit Channel

Other

Eleven Sports
Sports
Network ESPN
ESPN
Classic ESPNews ESPN
ESPN
PPVP

Syndicators

ACC Network
ACC Network
(Raycom Sports) ESPN
ESPN
Events

Broadband

CBS Sports
Sports
HQ Club WWN Fox Sports
Sports
Go FITE TV Global Wrestling Network Honor Club MLB.tv UFC Fight Pass Watch ESPN
ESPN
(ESPN3; ACC Network
ACC Network
Extra) WWE Network WWNLive

Video on demand

The Ski Channel Surf Channel

v t e

Regional sports television networks in the United States

AT&T SportsNet

Pittsburgh Rocky Mountain Southwest Root Sports
Sports
Northwest (part-ownership)

Fox Sports
Sports
Networks

Arizona Detroit Florida
Florida
/ Sun Midwest

Indiana Kansas City

North Ohio / SportsTime Ohio Southeast / South

Carolinas Tennessee

Southwest

Oklahoma New Orleans

West / Prime Ticket

San Diego

Wisconsin YES Network

NBC Sports
Sports
Regional Networks (Comcast)

Bay Area Boston California Chicago Northwest

Oregon Sports
Sports
Network

Washington Philadelphia

Spectrum Sports (Charter)

Florida Kansas City Los Angeles

SportsNet/Deportes SportsNet LA

SportsNet New York
SportsNet New York
(part ownership) Ohio Wisconsin

Independents

Altitude Sports Buckeye Cable Sports BYUtv
BYUtv
Sports Cox Sports
Sports
TV FiOS1 Longhorn Network Mid-Atlantic Sports Midco Sports MSG Network

Plus Western NY

NESN SportsNet NY SWX Right Now

v t e

Defunct television sports networks in the United States

National

America One American Sports
Sports
Classics American Sports
Sports
Network Back9Network Baseball Network Big 12 Network CNN SI ESPN
ESPN
3D Football Network Fox Soccer Lorimar Sports
Sports
Network Mizlou NASCAR Hot Pass NewSport One World Sports ONTV SEC TV Speed SportsChannel America Sports
Sports
Network Universal Sports
Sports
Network

Regional

4SD Carolinas SE Cox Sports Empire Hawkvision MountainWest PASS Sports Prime PRISM Royals Sports SportsChannel LA Sportsvision Sports
Sports
Time Victory

Out-of-market

ESPN
ESPN
Full Court ESPN
ESPN
GamePlan Mega March Madness

O. Out-of-market sports packages P. Premium channel

v t e

Univision
Univision
programming (current and upcoming)

Telenovelas

Lo que la vida me robó
Lo que la vida me robó
(since 2017) Quiero amarte (since 2017) Enamorándome de Ramón (since 2017) Mi marido tiene familia
Mi marido tiene familia
(since 2017) Caer en tentación
Caer en tentación
(since 2017)

Series

La rosa de Guadalupe
La rosa de Guadalupe
(since 2008) Como dice el dicho
Como dice el dicho
(since 2011) El Chapo (since 2017) Rey David (since 2017)

Talk
Talk
and reality shows

Hoy (since 2012)

Comedy/variety shows

Desmadruga2 (since 2013) Estrella2 (since 2013) La familia P. Luche
La familia P. Luche
(since 2012)

News/public affairs

Al Punto (since 2007) Aquí y Ahora (since 1994) ¡Despierta América!
¡Despierta América!
(since 1997) El Gordo y la Flaca (since 1998) Noticiero Univision
Univision
(since 1986) Noticiero Univision: Edicion Nocturna (since 2011) Noticiero Univision: Fin De Semana (since 1990) Noticiero Univision: Edicion Digital (since 2016) Primer Impacto
Primer Impacto
(since 1994) Primer Impacto
Primer Impacto
Extra (since 1990)

Sports

Liga MX
Liga MX
(since 1986) Copa América
Copa América
(since 1993) República Deportiva (since 1999) CONCACAF Gold Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
(since 2000) Contacto Deportivo (since 2015)

Children's programming

Pocoyo
Pocoyo
(since 2010) El Chavo Animado
El Chavo Animado
(since 2013) Handy Manny
Handy Manny
(since 2014) Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
(since 2014)

Award shows

Premios Lo Nuestro (since 1989) Premios Juventud (since 2004) Premios Latin Grammy (since 2005) Premio

.