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NY1 Noticias

NY1 Noticias
Launched June 30, 2003
Network Time Warner Cable News
Owned by Time Warner Cable
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country  United States
Language American Spanish
Broadcast area New York metropolitan area
Headquarters New York City, New York
Sister channel(s) NY1, NY1 Rail and Road
Website //noticias/content.com.ny1noticiaswww
Availability
Cable
Time Warner Cable Channel 95
Channel 801
Cablevision Channel 194

NY1 Noticias (pronounced "New York One Noticias") is a 24-hour Spanish language cable news television channel, serving New York City's five boroughs. It is available to customers on channels 95 and 801 on Time Warner Cable's DTV: Digital Television and DTV en Español and first went on the air at 8:01 p.m. on June 30, 2003.

NY1 Noticias covers general news events covering the New York City area like its parent English channel NY1, but also features in-depth coverage of issues that have a direct impact on New Yorkers of Hispanic and Latin American heritage, such as immigration, public health and community affairs.

Since 2005, NY1 Noticias airs a weekly political program, Pura Política, which is

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