Telemundo's TITULARES Y MAS Up 31 Percent from 2011-2012
Deportes Telemundo's "Titulares y Más" averaged 354,000 total viewers during the 2012-13 season, delivering an increase of 31% over the prior year, according to Nielsen. The sports and entertainment show that airs Thursdays and Fridays at 11:35PM/10:35C also delivered an average of 202,000 adults 18-49 for a 26% growth. "Titulares y Más" has been yet another addition to Deportes Telemundo's list of most successful shows since its debut in 2005. Edgar López, Karim Mendiburu and Mirella Grisales host the show with their unique style and also go one-on-one with some of the world's most recognized TV and movie stars such as Juan Soler, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Mark Wahlberg; superstars of the world of sports like Miguel Cabrera and Cuauhtemoc Blanco, and musical acts such as "La Arrolladora Banda El Limón" and "Voz de Mando".
Deportes Telemundo, Telemundo Media's sports division, is one of the leading providers of Spanish-language sports content in the United States. The "U.S. Home of the Olympics in Spanish," Deportes Telemundo also offers World Cup Qualifying matches played by the Mexican National Team; all Liga MX matches played at home by Club León; the leading boxing show in U.S. Spanish-language television, "Boxeo Telemundo," and the U.S. broadcast and online rights in Spanish language to the biggest soccer tournament in the world, the FIFA World Cup, across all platforms (except radio), 2015 through 2022.
In addition to its biggest sporting events, Deportes Telemundo produces two leading sports entertainment shows, "Titulares y Más" and "Titulares Telemundo," offering the latest sports news and analysis combined with entertainment and lifestyle segments. Deportes Telemundo's award-winning broadcast team is led by internationally acclaimed sportscaster Andrés Cantor and also includes Jessi Losada, Sammy Sadovnik, Leti Coo, Edgar López, Karim Mendiburu, Mirella Grisales, Rene Giraldo and Kaziro Aoyama.
Source: Nielsen, NPM, Live + Same Day, 9/19/11-9/23/12 vs. 9/24/12-9/22/13.