Televisa Deportes Network

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LaunchedJuly 22, 2009 (2009-07-22)
NetworkTelevisa Networks
Owned byTelevisa
SloganVivimos tu pasión (We live your passion)
Broadcast areaMexico and Central America
Formerly calledTelevisa Deportes Network (until July 19, 2019)
Sister channel(s)Adrenalina Sports Network
De Película
De Película Clásico
Distrito Comedia
Golden Edge
Golden Premier
Telehit Urbano
Las Estrellas Internacional
Sky (Mexico)Channel 547 (SD)
Channel 1547 (HD)
Star TV (Mexico)Channel 510
Izzi (Mexico)Channel 501 (SD)
Channel 890 (HD)
Cable Onda (Panama)Channel 390 (SD)
Channel 1390 (HD)
TeleCable (Costa Rica)Channel 231 (SD)
Channel 777 (HD)
Galaxia 5 (Guatemala City, Guatemala)Channel 39
Altice (Dominican Republic)Channel 355
Cable Color (El Salvador)Channel 44
Cable Color (Honduras)Channel 50 (Analog)
Channel 215 (Digital)
Tigo Star (El Salvador)Channel 30
Tigo Star (Honduras)Channel 53 (Analog)
Channel 301 (Digital)
Mayavisión (Honduras)Channel 45
Cable & Wireless (Panama)Channel 254
Telecable (Tampico, Mexico)Channel 17
Eii NRT (Monclova, Mexico)Channel 55 (SD)
Channel 132.36 (+1)
Channel 132.37 (+2)
Channel 132.38 (HD)
Claro TV (Dominican Republic)Channel 308 (SD)
Channel 1308 (HD)

TUDN, formerly Televisa Deportes Network (abbr. TDN), is a Mexican television sports channel operated by Televisa through its specialty channels subsidiary Televisa Networks. Launched on July 22, 2009, the channel is available on major Mexican multichannel television providers, with the separate Central American feed being also available for providers there.

The channel has ties with the U.S. sports channel of the same name, sharing some of its programming. Before July 20, 2019, when the U.S. counterpart was known as Univision Deportes Network (UDN), the channel was referred to as Univision TDN during these programs.[1] In 2019, it was announced that TDN and UDN would jointly relaunch as TUDN—signifying a greater amount of collaboration between the two channels.


In May 2019, it was announced that both Televisa Deportes Network and Univision Deportes Network would be jointly rebranded as TUDN. The new branding is a combination of abbreviations TDN and UDN, but the first two letters are also pronounced as the Spanish adjective "tu" (your), allowing the name to also be read as "Tu deportes network" ("Your sports network"). TUDN will be promoted as a multi-platform brand, and there will be closer collaboration between the Mexican and American channels—allowing for expanded studio programming in the morning and daytime hours (to bolster its expansion into European soccer with its recent acquisition of UEFA rights, and existing content such as Liga MX soccer).[2][3]



  • Liga BBVA
  • Ligue 1
  • Liga MX (also all the home matches of the Atlante)
  • Serie A (2 matches for week recorded)
  • A-League
  • Zona _____ Sports show, where the conductors are fans of a Mexican Sports team. Teams like CD Guadalajara and America.



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  1. ^ "¡Y ahora? ¡Más cambios en Televisa Deportes!". Futbol RF (in Spanish). 2019-06-26. Retrieved 2019-07-20.
  2. ^ Kerschbaumer, Kenl. "Univision Deportes Rebranded as 'TUDN' in New Collaboration with Grupo Televisa". Sports Video Group. Retrieved 2019-05-14.
  3. ^ Hayes, Dade (2019-05-07). "Univision Rebrands Deportes Network As TUDN, Unveils 2019-20 Programming Slate". Deadline. Retrieved 2019-05-14.

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