A Banner Year for LATV Networks & American Latino Syndication

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LATV, the original national, bi-cultural entertainment network, and its subsidiary American Latino Syndication are happy to announce the culmination of a banner year in 2014, and continued high expectations for 2015.

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LATV, the original national, bi-cultural entertainment network, and its subsidiary American Latino Syndication are happy to announce the culmination of a banner year in 2014, and continued high expectations for 2015.

Highlighting the ever growing, ever-evolving LATV Network’s success, are this year’s new additions to the network’s line-up, Las Super 20 Pop, hosted by Super Estrella’s Carlos Alvarez, and Las Super 20 Regional, hosted by Mexican Regional personality Vanessa Palomino. Each program counts down the top hits in LATV’s first collaboration with Entravision Radio.

For our sports junkies, LATV’s fan favorite highlight show, El Ultimo Pitazo, a late-night talk show hosted by Jean Duverger with the latest sports-related news, controversies, bloopers, exclusive interviews plus the latest gadgets and accessories, will return with more episodes next year.

LATV’s flagship show En La Zona, or ELZ, hosted by Super Estrella FM’s Keven Ramirez, and a cast of unique and energetic correspondents, made a splash this year with a Latin Grammys Special and breaking entertainment news.

Over on the American Latino Syndication side, both nationally televised, English-language properties, American Latino TV and the Imagen Awards nominated LatiNation both successfully concluded their landmark 13th and 11th seasons respectively.

For both LATV Network and American Latino Syndication, 2014 was also a major step in the growth of our digital presence. Social media for all properties grew over 200% over the previous year thanks to an increase in exclusive content, interactive contest, and branded integrations.

“What we can take away from 2014 is that LATV Networks and American Latino Syndication have developed a relationship with its audiences and with its advertisers that will continue to prosper,” says Luca Bentivoglio, LATV's COO explains. “While serving the emerging bi-lingual market, we have been able to continue to pursue quality programming targeting both English and Spanish speaking Latinos. The result is continued success across the board.”

About LATV Networks and American Latino Syndication:

LATV is the only remaining Latino-owned TV network in the Hispanic television space. Its programming primarily targets U.S.-born Latinos and the coveted bi-cultural 18-49 Latino demographic, with content that features a combination of originally produced shows as well as licensed content that has never before been seen in the U.S.
LATV Network’s fully-owned subsidiary, American Latino Syndication, produces and distributes “American Latino” and “LatiNation,” two award-winning, Latino-themed TV programs that are broadcast on general market stations in over 100 cities nationwide. All LATV’s original shows and American Latino Syndication productions are entirely produced at The Complex Studios, the full service, state-of-the-art production center located in West Los Angeles

go to http://www.LATV.com and http://www.latination.tv

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Media Contact:
Melina Rodriguez
Marketing Manager & Affiliate Relations
310-943-5288
mrodriguez(at)latv(dot)com

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