KUBE TV is available free over the air to every person and every household in the greater Houston area, and is the television home of your Houston Dynamo. Veteran soccer announcer Glenn Davis calls the action, with Dynamo legend Eddie Robinson providing match analysis and MEGA 101 star Cindy Burbano serving as the sideline reporter for home matches.
The station is Houston’s leader in live televised sports, with a portfolio that currently includes ACC basketball, ACC football, High School football as well as 2 local sports shows: The High School SportsZone and SportsZone Unfiltered. The local independent station is owned by NRJ and operated by Titan Broadcast Management. With over 100 years of broadcast experience, Titan Broadcast is the power behind The KUBE. Titan Broadcast operates 13 TV stations across the U.S., with stations from coast to coast, including sister independent station, KDOC TV in Los Angeles.
Dynamo away games are available in Spanish on TeleXitos in the Houston area. TeleXitos, a Spanish-language multicast network owned by NBCUniversal that is available in 29 U.S. markets including Houston, is available for free, over-the-air throughout the Greater Houston area on digital channel 47.2. TeleXitos is also available on cable.
Veteran sports broadcasters Alex Parra and Enrique Vasquez will call the action for the games that will air on TeleXitos. Parra has been involved in the coverage of major sporting events and leagues for over 20 years, including calling Houston Dynamo matches in 2010-11 along with Houston Rockets matches. Vasquez has more than 25 years of broadcasting experience, including for the Houston Texans and the University of Oklahoma.
Somos El Valle – KRGV
Soccer fans throughout the Rio Grande Valley will be able to watch Houston Dynamo matches on Somos el Valle, Digital Channel 5.2. KRGV is the local broadcast partner for the club in the Rio Grande Grande Valley. Somos el Valle is a bilingual channel available in the Rio Grande Valley on channel 5.2, cable 1240. It is scheduled to carry all non-nationally televised matches for the Dynamo with Glenn Davis, Eddie Robinson and Cindy Burbano on the call.
Univision Radio is the home for Dynamo Spanish radio broadcasts. KLAT 1010 AM will air every Houston Dynamo game throughout the season. Veteran broadcaster Daniel Mejia will handle play-by-play duties for all radio broadcasts. He’ll be joined in the booth by KXLN Univision 45 Sports Anchor Lester Gretsch, who will provide match analysis.