Cine Mexicano Unveils New User-Friendly Website with Upgraded Video Streaming Capabilities

30/07/2010 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

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Olympusat, the country’s market leader in the development and distribution of independent Spanish-language, faith and family, and emerging TV networks, launched today a new on-air look and website for its owned and operated network, Cine Mexicano. Cine Mexicano is the country’s top-rated and most popular Spanish-language movie channel featuring commercial-free world premieres of recent films produced exclusively for the network and starring Mexico’s most famous acting talent.
“These upgrades to our on-air look and website ensure that will become the premier online destination for Hispanic movie lovers.”
The network’s new website,, offers a more sophisticated, user-friendly interactive multiplatform experience. Featuring an upgraded streaming video player, online visitors can instantly watch trailers and read reviews of the network’s exclusive films. Users can also access programming schedules and register to participate in surveys and contests or leave their own personal reviews of Cine Mexicano movies. The new Cine Mexicano website and on-air look aim to capture the spirit of Mexico with bold new graphics and brilliant shades of red and green.
“Since the launch of Cine Mexicano only four years ago, we’ve quickly become one of the most-watched Spanish-language TV networks in the U.S., and it’s because of our dedication to providing high-quality original programming to our viewers,” said Fernanda Merodio, Olympusat’s Director of Affiliate Sales & Marketing, Hispanic TV Networks. “These upgrades to our on-air look and website ensure that will become the premier online destination for Hispanic movie lovers.”
Cine Mexicano is the first and only Spanish-language movie channel that offers original productions and contemporary Mexican films for Latinos living in the U.S. The network features a diverse mix of movie genres including dramas, romance, comedy, action and thrillers, and nearly 80 percent of all films air exclusively on Cine Mexicano. All movies are originally produced in Spanish, never dubbed, and feature many of the most-recognized film and telenovela stars from Mexico.
Olympusat’s Cine Mexicano is one of the company’s owned and operated networks, and one of nine different networks in Olympusat’s Hispanic TV offering. All channels feature content acquired from across Latin America and Spain as well as created in the U.S. by leading Hispanic-American producers. For more information, visit


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