Canada’s Latin Superstation, TLN Telelatino, re-launches tlntv.com on the Agility platform. The TV service provider is the first in line to use Agility’s Broadcast solution. The new TLN site offers a unique and interactive functionality, allowing the team to easily insert advertising into their content.
TLN connects diverse audiences of Canadians the Latin culture by delivering a variety of multicultural programming from around the world. The implementation of Agility has helped TLN reinvigorate its online destination as a source for all things Italian and Hispanic.
“Agility provides a user-friendly environment that makes it easy to navigate content providing users with direct access to our family of channels TV schedules, an online video gallery of programming, community and special event highlights, international soccer broadcast schedules, an extensive recipe collection, as well as online contests and giveaways,” states TLN Communications Manager, Bruna Aloe.
“Agility’s user-friendly content tools allow us to integrate additional personnel into our publishing workflow. As a result, our developers and designers now have more time to concentrate on the enhancement of tlntv.com and less on maintenance.”, states TLN Web Developer, James Vidler.
From the early stages through to go-live, the TLN team had a vision and mandate to deliver a top notch site which was still easy and efficient for them to manage,” says Andre Gaulin, Director of Agility Solutions.
“Agility has provided nothing but exceptional product and technical support,” finalized James Vidler.
TLN Telelatino has been Canada’s Hispanic and Italian television network since 1984 and can be seen in 6 million Canadian television homes from coast to coast. As Canada’s Latino Superstation, TLN broadcasts in three languages, English, Italian and Spanish, delivering a variety of domestic and international programming. The sizzling lineup includes daily news reports from Italy and Latin America, the world’s best soccer, top telenovelas, dramas, variety shows, feature films and specials. TLN also has 5 premium digital channels to complement its first-rate programming; all Spanish channel TLN en Español, all Spanish children’s channel TeleNiños, all soccer channel EuroWorld Sport, all Italian channel Mediaset Italia and all Italian news channel Sky TG24 Canada. Telelatino is majority owned by Corus Entertainment, a leading Canadian media company. Other TLN shareholders are prominent members of the Italian Canadian community.