Telelatino Network Inc. is a Canadian owned privately held company engaged in the TV channel business as well as media production, digital media distribution and live events production.

Telelatino Network’s TV channels business consists of 7 owned and operated services as well as Canadian representation of 4 foreign channels. Telelatino Network’s original and primary TV channel is TLN, Canada’s “Latino TV Superstation”, launched in 1984. TLN is carried on virtually all Canadian pay TV platforms and the channel can be seen in approximately 6 million homes. TLN is a general interest service that broadcasts a wide variety of domestic and international programming including drama, variety, lifestyle, news and sports. TLN has evolved from its origins as an Italian and Spanish language channel to appeal to a wider segment of Canadians with an English language stream of culturally connected programming.

Additional channels offered by Telelatino include 6 All-Spanish language TV channels (Univision Canada, TeleNiños, Cinelatino, Centroamerica TV, WAPA America, Television Dominicana), 3 All-Italian language channels (Mediaset Italia Canada, Sky TG24 Canada, TeleBimbi), and an English language sports channel (EuroWorld Sport).

Telelatino also develops and produces a wide variety of TV and digital media productions, which are distributed in Canada on its own TV channels, and worldwide on online platforms and to third parties.

The company’s live events include the well-known “Salsa on St. Clair”, a long running annual summer street festival in midtown Toronto, which was recently expanded into a larger “Salsa in Toronto” month-long series of affiliated Hispanic themed cultural and entertainment events across the City of Toronto and Province of Ontario.

Telelatino Network is majority owned by Corus Entertainment., a leading Canadian-based media company. Other shareholders include prominent members of the Italian Canadian community.