The Roku Channel announced the addition of six new Spanish-language channels that are available for streaming starting Monday (May 11).
From music to variety shows, one of the new channels is Latido Music, described as a digital music platform that will allow viewers to “feel closer to your favorite artists of all genres” through news, interviews, original content, playlists, coverage and more shows, according to a press release.
The new Spanish-language content will be housed in the “Spanish Zone” on the Roku home screen, where users can discover a curated selection of relevant Spanish-language entertainment from channels across the Roku platform.
Latido Music joins other streaming platforms available on The Roku Channel such as Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, iHeart Radio and Deezer, among others.
The five other new Spanish-language channels include América TeVé, which offers live news programming and variety shows; Love Nature en Español, offering viewers exclusive content and a deeper understanding and connection to this planet we call home; and Moovimex and Póngalo NovelaClub, which provide a collection of Mexican movies and telenovalas/television series from Latin America.