Posted by Elena del Valle on December 2, 2005
Patricia Lopez, Mex 2 The Max host
– Popular English/Spanish-Language Youth Network Makes on Demand Debut –
Los Angeles, CA — Time Warner Cable launched a new service available to its subscribers in the greater Los Angeles Area – LATV on Demand. The service allows Time Warner customers free, unlimited access to many of LATV’s most popular programs.
With its mix of English and Spanish-language music and lifestyle programming, LATV has solidified itself as a leading network among bicultural Latinos in Los Angeles, one of America’s top Hispanic markets. LATV’s content is predominantly in English, targeting bilingual Latino youth.
Using Time Warner Cable’s on demand technology, viewers can watch all or part of LATV’s programming at their convenience, using a remote control to pause, fast-forward and rewind, just like a VCR or DVD. Among the LATV shows available as part of LATV on Demand are “Mex 2 The Max,” “LATV Live,” “LATV Shadows,” “Request at LATV” and “LATV Late Night.”
LATV on Demand is available to all Time Warner Digital Cable customers in Los Angeles and Orange counties on Channel 1096. Time Warner Cable’s Los Angeles division serves more than 350,000 subscribers in Los Angeles and Orange counties with digital cable, digital phone, High Definition Television, video on demand, premiums on demand, Road Runner High-Speed Online and Wireless Road Runner. More information at www.latv.com