via press release:

MUN2 RECORDS BEST MONTH IN NETWORK HISTORY AND CONTINUES AS LEADING BILINGUAL CABLE NETWORK

LOS ANGELES – December 2, 2010 – Continuing its upward ratings climb, Telemundo’s mun2 recorded its best month in the network’s history during Monday through Sunday primetime, according to Nielsen Media Research. The network scored a total of 103,000 Persons 2+, 48,000 Persons 18-34, 65,000 Persons 18-49 and 62,000 Persons 12-34 during primetime. On pace to mark its best year ever among all key demos, mun2 maintains a solid No. 1 spot in the young Latino space with a 79% Persons 18-34 audience share versus Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, and comes in as the second most watched Hispanic cable network, with a 32% Persons 18-34 share of audience against Galavision.

Other time periods that reached record-breaking delivery include: Monday through Friday 7pm-11pm (113,000 Persons 2+, 55,000 Persons 18-34, 72,000 Persons 18-49, and 72,000 Persons 12-34); Saturday 7pm-11pm (115,000 Persons 2+, 44,000 Persons 18-34, 68,000 Persons 18-49 & 54,000 Persons 12-34); Monday through Sunday 8am-2am (57,000 Persons 2+, 27,000 Persons 18-34, 35,000 Persons 18-49 & 35,000 Persons 12-34). With triple-digit growth, this marks the third month in a row that mun2 reaches year-over-year increases in Monday through Sunday primetime. The network increased by +84% during October 2010, and +33% during September 2010 among P18-34.

For the month of November and among Hispanic Persons during Monday through Sunday primetime, mun2 out-delivered Discovery E, FOX Deportes, GolTV, ESPN Deportes and Tr3s across Persons 2+ (97,000 viewers), Persons 12-34 (59,000 viewers), and Persons 18-34 (46,000 viewers). Additionally, mun2 grabbed larger P18-49 (61,000) audiences against FOX Deportes, ESPN Deportes, Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, and GolTV.

Program Highlights

The hit reality show Jenni Rivera Presents: Chiquis & Raq-C remains one of the network’s most watched shows during weekends. In its second run, the show experienced a +39% Persons 18-34 increase during its Saturday 3pm time period, yielding 39,000 Persons 18-34, and is up +29% during its Sunday 1pm repeat run, grabbing 36,000 Persons 18-34.

Decisiones Extremas experienced its best audience to date with a record-breaking delivery of 114,000 Persons 18-34 on its Monday through Thursday 10pm time slot. The show gained +44% more Persons 18-34 vs. last month.

Soy Tu Fan continues to draw more viewers compared to prior month, delivering 22,000 Persons 18-34 on Thursday and Sunday nights, a growth of +29% from October 2010 in Persons 18-34.

With 42,000 Persons 18-34, mun2 original The mun2 Shuffle experienced spectacular growth, delivering +163% more viewers vs. prior month. The show is the No. 1 program on mun2 during the You’re On Weekends 12pm-4pm time period.

Digital Audience Delivery

HOLAMUN2.COM generated over 4 million total page views during the month of November 2010, (+8% versus one year ago). Soy Tu Fan, mun2’s new hit import from Mexico, delivered a substantial growth in page views, up +154% vs. prior month.

Source: Nielsen NTI & NTI-Hispanic IMP; November 2010 (11/01/10-11/28/10). Digital: Omniture November 2010.

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About mun2

mun2 (moon-dos) is the lifestyle cable network for today’s culture connectors (C2s) – bicultural Latinos 18-34. As the bilingual network that amplifies the Latinos experience, mun2 is culturally-grounded and reflects the best of both worlds – mun2 is uniquely American. From reality to music, on-air to digital, mun2 creates original content across a multi-screen platform. As the only nationally measured bilingual cable network by Nielsen NTI, mun2 has an increased distribution to over 35 million households, and is a part of the Telemundo Communications Group, a division of NBC Universal.

About HOLAMUN2.COM:
holamun2 features exclusive interviews, original videos, entertainment news, interaction with other mun2 fans and ways to vote for what’s next on mun2. From politics and pop to videos and video games, HOLAMUN2.COM is the online destination devoted to the lifestyles of bicultural Latinos.

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