The new episodes for both programs are colorful, energetic and promote the enthusiasm many Latinos are feeling about their community today.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2015
American Latino Syndication is proud to announce new seasons of its landmark programs American Latino TV and LatiNation, kicking off across the country this week.
Now in their second decade of award-winning, English-language syndicated programming, both programs are set to make a splash with new episodes featuring inspirational stories of today’s rising Latinos in everything from show business to sports.
Simply put: there are no other shows like this airing on English-Language, general market major affiliate television stations.
American Latino TV, entering its 14th season, is a weekly, half-hour entertainment news and magazine show hosted by rising entertainer Valery Ortiz. American Latino TV sets the standard for culturally relevant television aimed at young, U.S. born Latinos in the United States.
LatiNation, entering its 12th season, is hosted by journalist Humberto Guida. It covers the rise of Latinos in alternative music, the underground art scene, and extreme sports. LatiNation takes viewers to visit the places and share the experiences rarely shown in mainstream media.
“These franchises have established a strong national following and we are proud to continue to develop American Latino TV and LatiNation into some of the longest running magazine shows on television,” Luca Bentivoglio, LATV’s Head of Programming explains. “The new episodes for both programs are colorful, energetic and promote the enthusiasm many Latinos are feeling about their community today,” added Bentivoglio.
About American Latino Syndication: 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 85 cities nationwide. All of LATV Network’s original shows and American Latino Syndication productions are entirely produced at The Complex Studios, the full service, state-of-the-art HD production center located in West Los Angeles