VOD: Comcast will feature “Xfinity Freeview Latino,” a 2-week pass to more than 1K hours of free Latino enter- tainment, including telenovelas, TV dramas, docs, movies and more across broadcast, cable and premium nets in both Spanish and English. The free VOD stunt will take place Sept 23-Oct 6.


Suddenlink is the title/media sponsor of Fiestas Patrias Mexicanas in Bryan/College Station from Sept. 21-22. For more information, click here. In addition, Suddenlink also is contributing $5,000 for scholarships and is providing production help for the Sept. 21 cultural presentations and other events at the Palace Theater in Bryan.


Time Warner Cable will receive the 2013 Award for Leadership in Hispanic Television at the 11th annual Hispanic Television Summit on Oct. 2 in New York City. Among the 60 metropolitan areas with the largest Latino populations, two have populations that are almost entirely Latino – both are Texas markets served by Time Warner Cable: Laredo (95 percent Latino) and McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr-Mission (91 percent Latino).

Time Warner Cable Video on Demand
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Time Warner Cable is offering Digital TV customers a collection of acclaimed films celebrating Hispanic culture on Movies On Demand. The Hispanic Heritage collection features a variety of influential Latino films, directors and actors including Alejandro Amenabar, “Selena” and Gael Garcia Bernal as Ché Guevara in “The Motorcycle Diaries.” The Hispanic Heritage collection will be available through the end of the September. For a complete list of offerings or to watch, tune in to the Movies On Demand channel, click “Enjoy Better” and select “Hispanic Heritage.”