Producer Din Altit Announced Today He Teamed Up With Five Time Emmy’s Winner Maria Garcia to Develop and Produce a Slate of New TV Programming in Spanish.

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Producers offering A Slate Of New TV shows In Spanish Language to accommodate the growing demand for hispanic content.

Din Altit

Latinos are America's largest and fastest-growing minority and they are the focus of our slate.

This morning Producer Din Altit announced he teamed up with the five times Emmy’s winner latin Tv personality Maria Garcia. With more then 15 years experience in film and TV, the two will develop and produce a slate of original programming of news magazine as well as scripted shows. “We are currently in negotiations with some of the leading Spanish speaking networks in North America.

"The Hispanic market is craving a new and original TV programming and we are going to deliver exactly that," said Altit.

"This is a new and exciting partnership, I am confident that the shows Din and I developed will be a sure hit with our target audience."

“Spanish-language media remains important to a changing, more acculturated, and more U.S.-born Hispanic population in the United States. And in the last year, Spanish-language media tended to fare better overall than their mainstream English-language counterparts and Hispanic television is now a large industry in the U.S. In the last year its total audience continued to grow and now rivals non-Hispanic television in many of the nation’s largest markets,” said Din Altit.

Spanish-language networks by far, continued to grow, reaching audience sizes that compete with the three major English-language broadcast networks (ABC, CBS and NBC) English-language television executives desperately want to appeal to the more than 50 million Latinos in the United States especially those who are young, bilingual and bicultural, but those viewers want very little to do with American English-language shows. Last week, the Census Bureau released updated population numbers affirming once again that Latinos are America's largest and fastest-growing minority and they are the focus of our slate. "We are looking forward to announce our line up for 2013,” said Maria Garcia.

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