ESPN (Latin America) New Frequency On Intelsat 21 at 58.0°W

ESPN is the Latin American division of ESPN Inc., and broadcasts sports-related programming for the district in Spanish. It was dispatched on 31 March 1989. Its writing computer programs is adjusted to any semblance of watchers, who will quite often incline toward football and Hispanic baseball players to the more privately created programs.

ESPN Latin America, in contrast to its U.S. sister channels, has more projects identified with football, like live games from Spain’s La Liga.

The Disney/Hearst Corporation joint endeavor has likewise added some auxiliary territorial stations for the Latin American locale over the most recent couple of years, as ESPN 2, ESPN 3, ESPN 4 and ESPN Extra.

In 2011 ESPN dispatched another channel, named ESPN 3, which is separated in four portions: Live (communicates real time inclusion of game occasions), Compact (continued game occasions), ESPN 3.0 (outrageous games) and ESPN Series (including “30 For 30”).

On November 2021, Disney reported that another station named ESPN 4 would be dispatched on December 1, 2021 (besides in Argentina and Mexico) later Disney rebranded Fox Sports principle station in Latin America

Channel Name ESPN (Latin America)
Satellite Intelsat 21 at 58.0°W
Frequency 3910 V
System DVB-S2/8PSK
Saymbol Rate 15000
Fec 2/3
ESPN Latin America
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Broadcast area Argentina
Bolivia

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