YipTV Adds CubaMax

Streaming service YipTV, has added CubaMax programming to its Spanish-language lineup

CubaMax’s “Cuban-centric content,” including movies, TV shows and sports dating “back to 1952,” provides “nonpolitical and ideologist programming with added subtitles to allow access to all YipTV subscribers.”

YipTV offers more than 60 channels for the US Hispanic market. CubaMax programming will be available to all subscribers at no extra cost.

“With the resumption of relationships with Cuba by the United States, there’s a need for greater discovery about the country,” said YipTV CEO and Co-Founder Mike Tribolet.

You can sign up to YipTV for free to view a limited number of channels. There is also a premium membership at $14.99 a month, with access to 90-plus channels.

Viewers with wireless mobile broadband can download the YipTV app for iOS and Android devices. You can also watch on PCs, as well as connected TV devices such as Apple TV and GoogleHome, formerly Chromecast.  To learn more, visit YipTV.

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