via press release:

Univision Wins with Young Men on Wednesday Night as 7.6 Million Tune in to All or Part of Mexico vs. Venezuela


Wednesday night’s coverage of the Mexico vs. Venezuela international friendly reached 7.6 million viewers who watched all or part of Univision’s broadcast. Overall the match averaged 3.5 million viewers and ranked as the No. 2 program on the night only behind FOX’s “American Idol” among young male demos.

Across other key demos the match averaged 1.3 million Adults 18-34 and 2.2 Million Adults 18-49.

Featuring celebrated sports commentator Pablo Ramirez leading in the play-by-play, with Jesus Bracamontes providing analysis, the soccer match aired live on Univision Wednesday, January 25 at 9:00 p.m. ET, with live online streaming also available at

The U.S. home for Hispanic sports fans, Univision Deportes counts on more than double the amount of Liga Mexicana matches than any other network in the country, with exclusive rights to the home games for 12 of the 18 teams within the Liga Mexicana, plus away games for the rest of the league’s teams. Throughout the year, Hispanics turn to Univision Deportes for comprehensive soccer programming, from the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the qualifiers starting this June, to the U.S. and Mexican national soccer teams, Major League Soccer, CONCACAF Champions League, FIFA 2013 Confederations Cup, FIFA Under-20 World Championships, FIFA Under-17 World Championships and the FIFA Women’s World Cup, to action-packed boxing and the latest from the MLB, NBA, NFL and more.

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