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Launch of Teleritmo on Bell Fibe

TORONTO, Mar. 17, 2016

Ethnic Channels Group Limited is pleased to announce the launch of Teleritmo on Bell Fibe.

Canadian viewers can now tune in to Teleritmo, Mexico’s best regional music channel on Bell Fibe channel 2639

Quote from Teleritmo “As the Hispanic community continues to grow in Canada, we are pleased to bring to them a peace to them of their arts and culture.”, says Slava Levin, CEO of Ethnic Channels Group.

About Teleritmo:

Launched in 1992, Teleritmo, is a regional Mexico music channel broadcasting from Monterrey, the music and video capital of northern Mexico. With Teleritmo Canadian viewers will get constant fresh content and access to 24 hours of various genres of Mexican music (regional – country) hits and videos. This channel builds the bridge back home, bringing to its Hispanic community the most fun and entertainment in this music culture. Tune in for celebrity interviews, live concerts, reviews, music videos, gossip and much more! The channel showcases the growing “grupero” culture with transmission 24 hours a day and great variety of live programming.

Teleritmo is part of the Multimedios network. Multimedios Television is the third largest producer of original programming in Mexico with more than 38 years of experience producing broadcast quality programming for the entire family with the most solid television network in northern Mexico.

About Ethnic Channels Group Limited:

Ethnic Channels Group Limited is the leading provider of non-English language digital TV channels to Canada’s multicultural population. By selecting the best channels from around the world and delivering them directly to viewer’s homes via a Licensed Canadian satellite and/or cable providers, Ethnic Channels Group Limited provides essential entertainment and information services to non-English speakers throughout Canada. From its state-of-the art broadcast facility in Toronto, Ethnic Channels Group Limited delivers the very best of programming available from the countries of origin, spiced with locally produced foreign language shows. This combination creates a service that meets the diverse needs of today’s immigrant population.