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New Political Show From Hispanic Perspective Hits The Airwaves

 

 
 

AWARD WINNING REPORTER/ANCHOR DAVID DIAZ TO HOST

NEW YORK,  -- INSIDE NUEVA YORK, an hour-long exploration of politics and policies from aLatino perspective will debut on Tuesday, April 6, 2010 as announced today by its producer, the Hispanic Information & Telecommunications Network (HITN).

HITN is also proud to announce that David Diaz, one of the most respected TV journalists in the New York market, will be the host. Diaz is currently a Distinguished Lecturer in Media & Politics at the City College of New York, and also teaches at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

INSIDE NUEVA YORK, which is conducted in English, will air on Tuesdays from 9 to 10pm, Eastern Time. It will focus on the political scene in the New York metro area, highlighting issues of special concern to the region's large Latino/Hispanic population, and providing a forum for their discussion. The program will also serve as a venue for Latino political leaders and officials to present themselves and their views, and as a vehicle for holding them accountable for their performance.

The premier broadcast will look at the politics of the NY State budget. Who will get what? What impact will the drastic cuts have? Will Latino communities and needs be treated fairly? The program will feature an interview with NY State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.

HITN is a non-profit, public broadcasting network whose motto is Entertain and Educate. It is part of a premium tier of Latino oriented programs available on Time-Warner, Verizon Fios, Direct TV and Dish Network.

Visit www.hitn.tv for local listings.

For more information, please contact:

Diana Correa at dcorrea@hitn.org

For sponsor opportunities, please contact:

Ricardo Sternbach at rsternbach@hitn.org  

 

SOURCE Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network

 


STORY TAGS: political, show, hispanic, perspectives, david, diaz, host, black radio network, minority news

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