I wonder what kind of chance we have in getting Univision TV monopoly to add a SAP, to there broadcasts?
I would suspect that might come in time. The current generation of Latinos watch more mainstream American television, than the Spanish language channels. So, you will see a shift on the Spanish language channels to be more cultural oriented, but in English with Spanish SAP. Broadcasters like Univision are already preparing for this demographic "shift", because they know that younger Latinos do not use Spanish as their primary language. And the Spanish channels, like their English counterparts, value that under age 50 demographic.
Providing English SAP may not be cost effective for them, because it would be short term. Too bad, because Telefutura does run a number of movies (originally in English) in Spanish. And of course having commentators who know soccer is certainly a plus, if their commentary was translated to English. Finally, there are some other good shows, and newscasts on these channels, but for a non-Spanish speaker they are difficult to watch. In Denver, we have four, soon five, Spanish channels. When you think that Denver has seven "mainstream" English channels (I am excluding ION, infomercial and religious channels), you can see how big television directed towards Latinos is in this part of the country.