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Univision Canada

Univision Canada
File:Univision Canada.png
Univision Canada logo
Launched October 23, 2007
Owned by Telelatino Network Inc.
Corus Entertainment (50.5%)
Italo Rosati (16.5%)
Romeo Di Battista (16.5%)
Joseph Vitale (16.5%)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Not yet available in HD
Country Canada
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Formerly called TLN en Español (2007-2014)
Website Univision Canada Invalid language code.
Bell TV Channel 699 (SD Only)
Shaw Cable Channel 508 (SD Only)
Rogers Cable Channel 780 (SD Only)
Vidéotron Channel 248 (SD Only)
Bell Fibe TV Channel 867 (SD Only)
MTS Channel 517 (SD Only)

Univision Canada is a Canadian Category B Spanish language specialty channel owned by Telelatino Network Inc, a consortium primarily owned by Corus Entertainment. Univision Canada broadcasts a variety of programming ranging from news, dramas, talk shows, sports and more.


In September 2006, Telelatino Network was granted approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch a television channel called Spanish Entertainment TV 1, described as "a national, ethnic Category 2 specialty programming service devoted to the Spanish-speaking community with a particular emphasis on programming of interest to female and youth audiences."[1]

The channel launched on October 23, 2007 as TLN en Español.[2]

In January 28, 2014, Corus announced that they would rebrand TLN en Español to Univision Canada after reaching a brand licensing agreement with their long term partner, Univision Communications, which, outside of fringe reception of Seattle Univision affiliate KUNS-TV into the Vancouver market and Cleveland, Ohio owned and operated station WQHS-DT into parts of the London, Ontario market, has no presence of their main American network into Canada.[3] The channel officially switched over to Univision Canada on May 5, 2014.[4]


Univision Canada airs programming from Univision, the most popular Spanish-language television network in the United States.

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