YouTube TV is expanding its Spanish-language programming

YouTube TV is expanding its live TV channels to include more Spanish-language content and add-on options.

The company announced that beginning today, three new Spanish-language networks — Univision, UniMás, and Galavisión — would be joining the YouTube TV experience at no additional cost to subscribers. Notably, the new networks will include coverage of two events that are just around the corner: the 22nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards premiering on November 18th and the Campeones Cup airing on September 29th. This week’s announcement corresponds with the start of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Local programming from Univision and UniMás will also be available to subscribers in select markets, including Chicago, Dallas, Houston,

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