Tutele y Tutele Dos Launches

Maker Studios has launched its flagship online global bilingual network Tutele and Tutele Dos. This is the first bilingual online network of original web programming specially created to supply the increasing demand for content by Spanish-speaking, English-speaking and bilingual Latinos. Tutele, which is part of the launch of more than 100 thematic channels in YouTube, was announced recently by the Internet giant as one if its original investments.

Tutele, the net’s main “hub,” and its ancillary content channel Tutele Dos, has programming in Spanish, English and Spanglish, using a bilingual approach for all Spanish and English speaking Latinos. Tutele has 12 online channels and two hub channels. The network’s focus is cultural programming for young and adult Latino audiences, targeting viewers in the Latino community in the United States, Mexico, South America and Spain. Tutele has also partnered with already established and successful online channels aimed at the Latino community.

Current programming includes the action/comedy series “Si! es I, Pepe,” telenovela“Melodia de Amor,” and the music/talk variety show “Hello, Domingote.”   For an insider’s view, Tutele Dos will also broadcast “extras” including behind-the-scenes videos, interviews with network talent and guest stars as well as “confessionals” from characters of the shows on the network.

“Our vision is to become the largest Internet network focusing on a variety of bilingual original web programming that will entertain, teach and inspire all range of audiences worldwide, while empowering our talent to take creative control and help them build a brand for themselves,” said Jai Bugarin, Head of Bilingual Programming, Tutele/Tutele Dos.

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