Obama Speaks About Latin America on V-me

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June 13 at 10P. Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama speaks with V-me's Andres Oppenheimer about US/Latin-American affairs and immigration.

Barack Obama Discusses U.S. Latin America Relations on V-me

For the centerpiece of Latin America policy there are several things that need to be there, the idea of freedom and democracy, security and opportunity for all the people of Latin America.

Democratic Presidential nominee, Barack Obama speaks with V-me's Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Andres Oppenheimer about U.S.-Latin America affairs, U.S. Cuba relations, Columbia's FARC insurgency, trade agreements and immigration on June 13 at 10pm(ET/PT). This interview marks one of the candidate's first in-depth conversations focused on U.S.-Latin America relations and is presented as part of V-me's PARTICPA 2008 election coverage.

In V-me's exclusive national presentation of Oppenheimer Presenta, Andres Oppenheimer hosts a weekly panel featuring the Hispanic world's most influential politicians, journalists, artists and advocates. Oppenheimer Presenta can be found on V-me each Friday at 10 p.m.(ET/PT)

"For the centerpiece of Latin America policy there are several things that need to be there, the idea of freedom and democracy, security and opportunity for all the people of Latin America."

Sen. Barack Obama's interview is part of the V-me's ongoing PARTICIPA 2008 initiative, the most extensive election coverage in Spanish. V-me's PARTICIPA 2008, funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, raises the bar for intelligent political analysis and discourse in Spanish, and also drives increased voter education and registration among Latinos nationwide

V-me reaches more than 6 million Hispanic homes and is presented locally by public TV stations and carried on basic digital cable and digital broadcast in many cities and nationally on DIRECTV Ch. 440, DISH Network Ch. 9414 and DISHLatino Ch. 846. To find specific channel information for your market, visit http://www.VmeTV.com

About V-me:
V-me, the new Hispanic option for the 2008-2009 upfront season, entertains and informs America's Latino families in Spanish. V-me's original, first-run, exclusive programming includes engaging primetime drama, music, sports, current affairs and Latin cinema, along with world class kids, food, lifestyle and nature. The 24-hour network, partnered with public television, is America's largest Spanish digital channel. V-me is the first venture of the media production and distribution company, V-me Media Inc. To find out more visit http://www.VmeTV.com

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