We are honored to be nominated for an Imagen Award for our work on American Latino TV, where we strive to create culturally relevant content that speaks to the new generation of Latino audiences,”
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2015
American Latino TV recently wrapped its 13th season, airing nationally in over 90 media markets, is a weekly magazine show hosted by actress Valery Ortiz, and explores the American Latino experience in dynamic fashion.
From the hottest on-screen stars to the latest music, and most action-packed sports, each week viewers are taken on a roller coaster ride through the latest in pop culture, lifestyle trends, athletics, and beyond. Visit http://www.AmericanLatino.tv for more info and a sneak-peak to the landmark 14th season launching in this fall.
The Imagen Foundation will host the 30th Annual Imagen Awards, August 21st, 2015 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center in Los Angeles, Calif. The premier Latino entertainment awards event honors positive portrayals and creative excellence of Latinos and Latino cultures in television and film.
The Awards Show will be produced by Emmy Award-winning director, producer, choreographer Kenny Ortega. Ortega is best known for directing Hocus Pocus, the High School Musical trilogy and was set to direct Michael Jackson's This Is It documentary.
“We are honored to be nominated for an Imagen Award for our work on American Latino TV, where we strive to create culturally relevant content that speaks to the new generation of Latino audiences,” says Daniel Velez, Director of Operations at LATV 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’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. For more information, please go to http://www.LATV.com and http://www.AmericanLatino.tv.