Galavision Live Streaming and TV Listings
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Competitions available on Galavision
UEFA Champions League (2021-2024)TelevisaUnivision has secured Spanish-speaking rights for the UEFA Champions League in USA. The broadcaster’s family of networks has opted to air live matches from the competition every season, from the group stage to the Final. Live Champions League matches in the USA will be televised on Univision, UniMás, TUDN, and Galavisión. B
More detailsoth live and on-demand streaming will be available on digital platforms, including TUDN App. All broadcasts are set to be in high definition. Throughout the period of the deal, Champions League highlights and auxiliary shows are expected to be aired to supplement the coverage.
UEFA Europa League (2021-2024)TUDN has agreed on a three-year extension deal with UEFA for U.S. rights to the Europa League. The TelevisaUnivision-owned Spanish-language network is set to telecast live Europa League matches throughout the period of the deal. This comes as part of the broadcaster’s aim to bolster its soccer coverage in the USA with major UEFA club competitions across its various outlets, including TUDNxtra, the TUDN app, and streaming service.
CONCACAF Gold Cup (2023-2025)TelevisaUnivision has secured Spanish-language media rights to the 2023 and 2025 CONCACAF Gold Cup editions. This adds both editions of the continental tournament to the giant broadcaster’s long list of soccer competitions, with live matches on its multiple platforms across USA.
UEFA Europa Conference League (2021-2024)Univision's TUDN has announced a three-year extension to its exclusive broadcast rights partnership with UEFA for the UEFA Europa Conference League. This new agreement, effective from 2021, ensures that TUDN will continue to serve as the home of the UEFA Europa Conference League for the next three seasons through 2024.
More detailsThe major broadcast deal allows TelevisaUnivision to broadcast over 80 matches on linear networks such as Univision, UniMás, TUDN, and Galavision. Other games are available to subscribers of participating TV providers through TUDNxtra, accessible via the TUDN app, TUDN.TV and TV providers' platforms. TUDN also provides unique content like "Zona Fútbol," a whip-around program delivering the best action from concurrent matches with expert analysis. Subscribers can access audio coverage of the UEFA Europa Conference League matches through the TUDN Radio network and the Uforia app.
CONCACAF Champions Cup (2023-2025)TelevisaUnivision has secured exclusive Spanish language rights in the United States for the upcoming Concacaf Champions League (CCL) editions as part of a multiyear agreement with CONCACAF. The deal covers the tournament's 2023, 2024, and 2025 editions. The agreement comes on the heels of a record-breaking CCL Final, showcasing the increasing popularity of the competition.
More detailsThe expanded format starting in 2024, will feature more teams from across the region, additional matches and heightened competition as clubs vie for the regional championship and a coveted spot in the FIFA Club World Cup. The live CONCACAF Champions League action may be viewed on television and streamed online on mobile devices via TUDN's digital platforms.
What satellites is Galavision available on?
|DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD
|DVB-S, 8PSK Turbo, MPEG-4, HD
|DVB-S2, MPEG-4, HD
|DVB-S, 8PSK, MPEG-2
|DVB-S, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HD
|DVB-S, Turbo, MPEG-4
Galavision History, Coverage, Features
Galavisión is a Spanish-language pay-TV sports channel in the United States. It is owned by Univision Communications Inc., the Manhattan-based company operating Univision, UniMás, TUDN and dozens of local TV and radio stations in multiple U.S. states.
Galavisión debuted on television in April 1979. At first, its main focus was on offering entertainment content in Spanish from Hollywood and Mexico. As the channel matured, its programs branched out to meet the needs of a wider audience, following the introduction of new TV shows, news programming and sports.
In June 2010, Galavisión HD was launched and made available on Dish Network. The 1080i high definition channel was added to DirecTV’s listings in 2013, subsequent to a multi-year agreement between the network’s parent company and the satellite provider. The 1080i channel was eventually added to the distribution list of DIRECTV NOW, after the AT&T-owned streaming service launched in November 2016.
Though Galavisión may be more popular for its variety of telenovelas, comedy and reality shows, it has still participated over the years in the coverage of international football competitions. In 2002, Galavisión aired 25 matches from the Korea/Japan FIFA World Cup in Spanish language, whereas sister networks Univision and TeleFutura—the latter was renamed to UniMás in 2012—combined for the live telecast of all 64 games.
In 2006, Galavisión again took part in the FIFA World Cup coverage from Germany, offering same-day delayed broadcasts in prime time for matches previously aired live on either Univision or TeleFutura. It had similar coverage for the South African 2010 FIFA World Cup four years later, when it was used to supplement Univision’s dedicated programming with match replays. Galavisión provided 29 matches as repeat telecasts at 9:30pm Eastern Time and Pacific Time, and at 8:30pm Central Time between June 11 and July 9.
In 2014, Galavisión continued with its re-broadcasts of matches in prime time for the Brazil World Cup; however, the games were aired in 60-minute format through a Spanish-language program called “Copa Mundial en 60,” meaning “World Cup in 60” in English. But Galavisión also stepped up its coverage that year, participating in direct transmission of matches with eight live games. Other international FIFA tournaments Galavisión has covered in the past includes the FIFA U17 World Cup and the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The channel was a major broadcaster for both tournaments’ 2011 editions, with exclusive Spanish-language telecasts of multiple fixtures, including their respective opening games.
Live streaming is also available on Univision NOW, the official streaming service providing simulcasts and on-demand streaming for Univision’s family of channels. The service is available on the web for PC and Mac and on mobile devices via dedicated iOS and Android apps.
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