Comcast, a global media and technology company, today announced the addition of up to 32 Hispanic channels to its MultiLatino packages, bringing the average number of Hispanic channels throughout Florida to 52. "There is an increasing demand for more varied Hispanic entertainment content, from sports and children's programming to music and history," expressed Amy Smith, Comcast's Regional Senior Vice President for Florida. "Comcast is responding by expanding its Hispanic channel line-up and giving subscribers programming that is tailored to their needs." The upgraded MultiLatino channel lineup, which increases Spanish On Demand content both on television and online, includes:
- Jacksonville - 32 new channels for a total of 52.
- Naples - 12 new channels for a total of 53.
- Orlando - 20 new channels for a total of 50.
- West Palm Beach - 26 new channels for a total of 51.