HIT Entertainment Says Hola to Digital Network

HIT Entertainment signed its first major Spanish language television deal in the U.S. with V-me, a new national Spanish language 24-hour digital broadcast network presented by public television stations in markets across America. The deal brings mor

April 6, 2018

HIT Entertainment signed its first major Spanish language television deal in the U.S. with V-me, a new national Spanish language 24-hour digital broadcast network presented by public television stations in markets across America. The deal brings more than five of HIT’s preschool programs—including Brambley Hedge, Kipper, Percy the Park Keeper, Rubbadubbers, and The Hoobs—into approximately 60 percent of Spanish-speaking households in the U.S., reaching more than 28 million homes.

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