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AaronQ

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  1. Per WorldSoccerTalk, Univision Deportes Network (AKA UDN) is gonna rebrand as TUDN as a result of as a result of a strategic alliance between the sports divisions of Univision and Grupo Televisa. And also a streaming service called TUDNxtra will be launched as well that will mainly focusing on soccer coverage that UDN (soon to be TUDN) has the rights to, but it's not televised. And it'll be free of charge for those who have a TV and/or streaming provider. No date has been set yet on when the rebranding will happened. http://worldsoccertalk.com/2019/05/07/univision-deportes-rebrand-tudn-strategic-alliance-televisa/
  2. Confirmed via CNBC https://twitter.com/CNBCnow/status/1124407787294007297?s=20
  3. Apparently NESN got the ESPN style ticker.
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    Apparently WJZY got a new look on their website. Guessing FOX is doing a update for their stations.
  5. It appears that TVN's (the National Television of Chile) news division "24 Horas" got some new graphics.
  6. Teletrece (Canal 13's newscast in Chile) debut a new set, graphics, and theme music Sunday night.
  7. Since we're 4 month away for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France, I've decided to set up a thread about this starting with how FOX Sports and Telemundo Deportes is gonna cover their respective coverage of the tournament. FOX is going all in on their coverage by having 22 matched on the main network, 27 on FS1, and the remaining 3 on FS2 (the total of 52 games). JP Dellacamera and Ally Wagner are the lead broadcast team, and the rendering of their studio site overlooks the Eiffel Tower in Paris. https://awfulannouncing.com/fox/fox-unveils-plans-for-womens-world-cup-coverage-including-22-matches-on-network-television.html Meanwhile Telemundo is going all in on their coverage with all of the 52 games across of the networks of Telemundo, Universo, and digital platforms. Andres Cantor will be part of the coverage along side with the other Telemundo Deportes crew and their on-air team will be supplemented by a renowned group of iconic women’s soccer personalities to be announced in the near future. It'll be interesting how they'll handle both the Women's World Cup and the Copa America in Brazil. https://worldsoccertalk.com/2019/02/27/fox-telemundo-announce-womens-world-cup-tv-coverage-plans/
  8. Telemundo and Univision are airing the hearing as well.
  9. Univison is on a SR right now (again), and Jorge Ramos is being interviewed via phone.
  10. Update: Ramos and the rest of the Univison team have been released, but the recording of the interview of Maduro got confiscated.
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    Univision has said that their team headed by Jorge Ramos has been arbitrarily detained by the Venezuelan government at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas. They were interviewing Maduro, but he didn't like the question. Their equipment was also confiscated as well. The State Department has received word about this incident as well.
  12. NBC is using the flag graphics for the 2019 Stadium Series between the Penguins and the Flyers.
  13. 26 years ago today, TVI (one of the independent TV networks in Portugal) was launched.
  14. And from ESPNDeports side of things, nothing changed from them.
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