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Comcast Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Special On Demand Movies, Shows, Music and More
Comcast Corporation, one of the nationís leading providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services, today announced special programming for Comcast customers who have On Demand service in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15).
Sep 14, 2009, 15:08

Nintendo Unveils New Mario and Metroid Games and Pulse-Sensing Device; Integrates Photos with Facebook
For decades, Nintendo has endeavored to provide the most creative and immersive experiences in the world of video games and to lead the industry in new directions. At its media briefing in advance of the E3 Expo, the video game industryís premier trade show, Nintendo announced products for social entertainment that stretch far beyond the current notion of what a video game can be, all while continuing to provide avid gaming fans with the challenges and thrills they desire.

Jun 4, 2009, 13:00

Telemundo and Univision Target Spanish-Speaking Viewers
Two powerful television networks in the U.S. are competing aggressively for the Hispanic audience. Telemundo, based in Hialeah, just outside of Miami , and Univision, in Los Angeles carry a mix of Spanish-language entertainment, news, and sports programs to viewers across the country.
Mar 13, 2003, 13:57

Broadband Access: Why So Important?
Hispanics are still half as likely to own a computer as White households and nearly 2.5 times less likely to use the Internet. In fact, Latinos are less likely to have access to the Internet from any location -- whether that be at home, school, work, or the library -- than Whites are from home.
Feb 26, 2003, 19:07