Posted by Elena del Valle on September 15, 2005
(San Francisco, CA) LatinEyes, an award-winning weekly half-hour English-language entertainment television show that highlights the diversity of the U.S. Latino, recently won the San Francisco Bay Guardian’s 2004 30th Anniversary Best of the Bay Readers’ Poll in the category for Best Locally Produced TV The show was.nominated for the prestigious Imagen Award and twice for an Emmy.
The show reaches urban television viewers in the U.S. including Washington D.C., Salt Lake City, the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, Dayton, and Oklahoma City. Produced in the San Francisco Bay Area (the fifth largest television market in the nation), LatinEyes features stories related to entertainment, art, culture, music, food and travel about Latin culture and the U.S. Hispanic.
With a fast-paced, magazine format, each show features stories on the best of Latin culture, music, travel, food, books, fashion and personalities. Programs have included travel segments to Latin American countries, such as Perú, Guatemala, Cuba and Belize. In addition to international travel, LatinEyes tapes shows throughout the U.S., including Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, New York, and other locations. It also offers a mix of music videos and interviews with celebrities, including Benjamin Bratt, Andy Garcia, Thalia, Alejandra Guzman, Juanes, Lila Downs, Nelly Furtado. LatinEyes reporters and producers are first and second generation U.S. Latinos from diverse countries such as El Salvador, Mexico, Venezuela and Cuba.