RCN Television Group acquires 100% of the national network MundoFOX “MundoFox soon MundoMAX stronger than ever”
RCN Television Group (RCN) leading television network and production company with a long track record of highly acclaimed series and telenovelas, that belongs to the Organizacion Ardila Lulle (OAL), one of the most prominent industrial conglomerates in Latin America announced that RCN has purchased the entire interest of its joint-venture partner, FOX International Channels (FIC), in the U.S. Spanish language broadcast network, MundoFox.
MundoFox was launched in the fall of 2012 as the third national broadcast television network catering to the U.S. Hispanic market from one of the major broadcasting companies in the country. The network has been home to such successful shows as EL CAPO; ALIAS EL MEXICANO; JOSE DE EGIPTO; SULEIMAN, EL GRAN SULTAN and 100 LATINOS DIJERON.
The network has over 50 affiliates and serves the major U.S. Hispanic metropolitan markets. “RCN is excited to be carrying on the MundoFox network that we started jointly with our partner FIC,” said Ibra Morales, who will continue to lead the management team at the broadcast network. “We look forward to serving the remarkably vibrant and dynamic U.S.
Hispanic community with our successful programs and are proud to dedicate our efforts to the continuous growth and success of the network. Our broadcast network will officially be rebranded MUNDOMAX on August 13, on its three-year anniversary, continuing to offer high quality entertainment programming to our viewers.” In Central Florida, under the affiliation of Central Florida Broadcasting Inc., MUNDOMAX network will continue with their regular distribution in 9 counties through Bright House Network channels 94 and 909, AT & T Uverse channel 21, CenturyLink channel 108, Antenna, channel 21.1. “We are now stronger than ever, we rely on the force with which RCN has assumed his new role as sole owner. As an affiliate we will continue supporting the local production, bringing the best information through our Late
Night Show MundoMax Magazine, highlighting the news, leaders and entrepreneurs of our community, as well we will continue our active participation in events that bring us closer to our audience, We will keep our hard work serving the Hispanic community in Central Florida”; said General Manager of MundoMAX Central Florida, Alejandro Mele.