AT&T and Univision, which are the official broadcasters of the Copa Mundial, today went public with their plans to launch Univision 2010 FIFA World Cup App, which is the first in Spanish language.
Not only will AT&T bring all the matches live in association with Univision, TeleFutura and Galavision, it will also provide viewers exclusive Spanish content through TV on demand library, and also Mexican national Team Spanish content which the viewers can experience on multiple screens. AT&T is doing much more than any other competitor with this exclusive coverage that is on demand. This app will allow viewers to watch all three channels on a single screen and a host of other features such as bio of players, photos and team standings etc.
Dan York, president of content, AT&T expressed satisfaction over alliance with Univision and said that he was happy that Spanish people will be getting the content in their own language. With nearly 900 hours of live coverage of FIFA, SA, Univision and its partners hope to make it memorable for the Spanish people. The viewers will be able to watch the three channels at the same time with the option to choose one of the three as the main screen. This app is there for the U-verse TV customers at no extra fee. After each match, both the standard and HD versions will be there in the on demand library.
AT&T has given many apps before to its viewers. With its home DVR, viewers can record 4 matches at a time and playback them anytime with any TV in the house. U-verse offers 130 HD channels to the viewers. This is the only 100% IPTV service with most advanced features.
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