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TeleHit

TeleHit
Owned by Televisa
Country Mexico
Website www.telehit.com
Availability
Satellite
Dish Network Channel 868
SKY México Channel 709
Cable
Available on few cable systems Check Local Listings for channels

TeleHit is a Mexican cable/satellite television network. Its main programming is music and music videos. It is a network of Televisa and is also available in various countries in Latin America and United States Is part of Televisa Networks, an affiliate of Televisa.

Telehit (launched August 27, 1993) became the second Spanish language music video network under MTV. What began as a Spanish music network, now is a universal fusion of different musical rhythms, like pop, rock, electronic, hip-hop and reggaeton.

Besides music videos, the channel also broadcasts concerts, TV specials and general-interest content for youth. Telehit has also been a platform for hosts and actors to being into Mexican show-business.

Hosts

Current

Previous

Featured shows

Current

Past

External links

  • Official Site (Spanish)
  • Televisa Networks (Spanish)
  • Telehit Live (Spanish)


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