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Sunday, September 27, 2020

Plex Adds Spanish-Language Channels to Free Live TV, Available to Stream Now, including Sony Canal Novelas, Sony Canal Comedias, Sony Canal Competencias, and More

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 Plex, the popular streaming media platform for all your favorite media, today announced the addition of free Spanish-language available via live TV on Plex. With 25 Spanish channels planned for the coming weeks, six of the channels have launched today and are currently available to U.S. consumers including channels from Sony Pictures Television (SPT) focusing on three distinct genres: novelas (dramas and soap operas), comedias (comedies), and competencias (reality competition series). The new programming can be viewed anytime, on screens both big and small, no subscription required.

SPT’s Spanish-language offerings include Sony Canal Novelas, featuring soap operas Doña Barbara, Señorita Pólvora, and Paraíso TravelSony Canal Comedias, featuring popular sitcoms including Casados con Hijos (Married… with Children), La Niñera (The Nanny), and Mi Bella Genio (I Dream of Jeannie); and Sony Canal Competencias, featuring reality competition series including Escape Perfecto.

Also included in the Plex Spanish-language lineup are Canela TVRuntime Español, Latido Music, and AFV Español, with availability varying by region.

“Our channels offer culturally-relevant modern remakes from Latin America that appeal to multiple generations of viewers,” said T.C. Schultz, EVP, Networks Operations, Programming & Strategy, SPT. “We’re happy to be working with Plex to make it easier than ever for consumers to enjoy them.”

“Providing content that speaks to a variety of lifestyles and interests is very important to us and adding a range of Spanish-language content has been a top priority since launching free live TV in July of this year,” said Keith Valory, CEO at Plex. “We are also continuing to look at ways to expand the Spanish-language library to other countries.”

 Free movies, TV, and podcasts all cater to Spanish-speaking audiences

Whether users are looking for Spanish-language music, movies, TV, or podcasts, Plex has it all, spanning genres ranging from drama, to crime, to documentaries, or comedy and game shows.

Today’s announcement of a set of Spanish-language channels follows the recent announcement of free Live TV on Plex, featuring over 100 channels of completely customizable live programming.

More information about Live TV on Plex can be found here. To watch Live TV on Plex or any of its other ad-supported video on demand titles visit

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Plex is a popular platform for streaming all your favorite media from one beautiful app. A highly rated app on all major devices, Plex is the most comprehensive streaming platform available, seamlessly combining, organizing, and streaming movies, tv shows, news, web shows, podcasts, music, live and recorded television, and personal media collections. With a highly customizable interface and smart recommendations based on the media you enjoy, Plex brings its users the best media experience on the planet from any device, anywhere. For more information, please visit, or follow @plex on Twitter or on Facebook at

Friday, September 25, 2020

Verizon launches Verizon Latino, a Latin music destination on Apple Music

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September 15, 2020 – (GLOBE NEWSWIRE – LATINX NEWSWIRE) – While Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15, Verizon celebrates diversity and the contributions of Hispanics every day. Verizon is committed to bringing the best value and entertainment to Hispanic consumers on the nation’s most reliable network1. We are pleased to announce the launch of Verizon Latino Apple Music room, a designated section within the Apple Music platform that houses the best playlists, videos, and content from fan favorite Latin artists curated exclusively for Verizon.

The content will be available starting September 14, and will be updated frequently to offer consumers on-ongoing access to the newest and most popular Latin music content. In addition, as part of the Verizon Mix & Match Unlimited plans, customers can get Apple Music, with over 60 million of their favorite songs to stream or download, along with access to their existing music library, either included or for 6 months on Verizon, depending on the plan. Consumers will also have access to Apple Music’s three live-streaming radio stations: Apple Music 1 (formerly Beats 1), home to Latin music radio shows ¡Dale Play! and La Fórmula, Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country.

Verizon te da más: more music, more entertainment

Verizon is also teaming up with Univision’s Uforia to bring back the Uforia Music Series with an exclusive livestream concert on Sunday, September 20. Featuring global superstar Bad Bunny, the show is part of the Uforia Live series of concert specials that will continue through the end of the year. Music fans across the country can watch the special performance by Bad Bunny via, Bad Bunny’s YouTube, @UforiaMusic on Twitter and Twitch. Verizon is offering customers who are Verizon Up members the chance to win a virtual Meet & Greet with the artist. Visit to learn more.

Through this partnership, Verizon will continue to support the company’s Feed the Frontlines effort, which started April 1st, and has served over 80,000 meals to health workers on the frontlines.

SOMOS Verizon: diversity allows us to innovate

At Verizon, we celebrate our close to 14,000 Latinx employees’ impact, and recognize that we wouldn’t be able to innovate and serve our customers authentically without their unique contributions. Verizon’s Latinx employee resource group, SOMOS Verizon, will lead a month-long program including a wide-range of activities to inspire employees to learn more about the Latinx community — from their challenges to their successes — and to take action.

On September 15, at 1:00pm ET, SOMOS is organizing a panel to inform and inspire the Latinx community to stand up and be counted in the U.S. Census and in the upcoming election. The panel will be livestreamed on Yahoo, part of Verizon Media, featuring Latinx thought leaders and newsmakers, moderated by veteran television anchor and Verizon’s Up To Speed host Diana Alvear.

Additionally, Verizon Media is mobilizing its portfolio of leading media brands to help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with livestream events, new programming, and special editorial. Brands including Yahoo News, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Life and Yahoo Entertainment will debut editorial initiatives, as well as immersive AR videos and content that cover the issues facing Hispanic voters, highlight Hispanic leaders and influencers, and delve into life as a Latinx person in the United States. HuffPost will roll out original content, video and editorial under the title “Quienes Somos” (“Who Are We?”) and will unveil a series of immersive AR pieces focused on leading visual artists from the Latinx community including photographers, artists, illustrators and more.

Moving Latinx communities forward

Verizon supports many causes and initiatives that benefit the Hispanic community and is proud to announce its partnership with The Paley Center for Media, which produces important Impact Programs that educate and increase awareness of Diversity & Inclusion issues facing our culture and society. From September 15 through October 15, the Paley Center will launch its inaugural Tribute to Hispanic Achievements in Television. The exhibit, presented by Verizon, will invite the audience to explore the unique and vital contributions of the Hispanic community through television. The event, featuring Alex Rodriguez and hosted by Natalie Morales, will discuss his many successes through the lens of his iconic presence on television as a baseball star; Emmy-winning broadcaster for ESPN, Fox Sports, and CNBC’s Back in the Game; and role as CEO of A-Rod Corp. The PaleyFrontRow: Alex Rodriguez in Conversation will stream on Yahoo properties.

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) was formed on June 30, 2000 and is celebrating its 20th year as one of the world’s leading providers of technology, communications, information and entertainment products and services. Headquartered in New York City and with a presence around the world, Verizon generated revenues of $131.9 billion in 2019. The company offers data, video and voice services and solutions on its award winning networks and platforms, delivering on customers’ demand for mobility, reliable network connectivity, security and control.

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TheTRENDTalk Renewed for a 4th Season on METV Channel 52

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Latin Heat Media, a multi-media company focused on creating content for and about U.S. Latinos, announced their pick up for a fourth season of TheTRENDTalk talk show on the MeTV local Channel 54. The premiere will be on October 4st, 2020 coinciding with a special Hispanic Heritage Month special. Season four also welcomes Emmy award-winning actress/producer Marabina Jaimes as producer and co-host alongside executive producer/co-host, Bel Hernandez.

“We are so proud to be able to continue bringing our Latina voice to the talk show table for a 4th season of TheTRENDTalk on METV Channel 54 LA,” said Hernandez. “Nationally TheTRENDTalk can be seen on Instagram, our YoutTube channel and We are excited to begin production on 13 new episodes for METV!

TheTRENDTalk is known for highlighting an array of remarkable individuals who are making a positive impact in today’s society through their extraordinary efforts, amazing accomplishments and contributions. Guests have included successful entrepreneurs, influencers, comedians, celebrities, TV producers, medical professionals, activists and philanthropists all trending in their fields.

“We are the Latina Voice when it comes to broadcast TV. We can’t think of any other talk show that shares the American Latina perspective stemming from the entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood California; reaching TV, social media platforms, and YouTube!,” said Jaimes. “Latinas stand to make the deciding factor in politics and policy….there are so many entrepreneurs, educators, and creatives working diligently to not only change the same old narrative, but who are invested in the importance and pride of Latina Legacy. I’m so excited to be a part of this extraordinary show!”

Hernandez and Jaimes first met as actors several years ago. Since then, Hernandez’s life took a turn into journalism, establishing the first entertainment trade publication in Hollywood, while Jaimes went on to win an Emmy for her hosting of the PBS show Storytime. Still an actress, Jaimes is a powerhouse in the voice over arena, having worked in countless TV and films, including voicing Mary Alice on “Desperate Housewives” en Español, for the run of the show. The chemistry of this dynamic duo is undeniable and keeps audiences engaged and wanting more.

Guests on TheTRENDTalk have included:

Nicholas Gonzalez (The Good Doctor); Edward James OlmosJoe Minoso (Chicago Fire); ChiquisAndrea Navedo (Jane The Virgin); Justina Machado (One Day at a Time); Comedian Momo Rodriguez; Writer/Producer Luisa LeschinLisa Vidal (Becoming Mary Jane); Fabrizio Guido (Mr. Iglesias on Netflix); Dr. Mario Martinez, Neuropsychologist; Singer/Songwriter Dan Navarro; Cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz…and so many more!

TheTRENDTalk premieres on October 4, 2020 on MeTV’s KAZA-TV Channel 54, Dish 54 and is widely available on Spectrum and other cable providers throughout Southern California. You can also find the 2nd run of the show on YouTube, IGTV and Facebook. Please check or your local listings for additional channels.

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Mexican Singer-Songwriter Mar García Debuts Her New Single ‘Quien Eres Tú’

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Mar García, the professional Mexican singer on the verge of being undoubtedly a worldwide household name, fully immerses herself in the recording industry and releases her most recent song written by Ericka Vidrio and produced by Jorge Chapas entitled, “Quien Eres Tu” (Who Are You?). It translates feelings of anguish and mistrust generated by a man’s infidelity towards a woman in a love relationship and vice versa. “Sometimes we think it will not happen to us, but we all sometimes can get a feeling of coldness and a sense of detachment from our partner. Those of us who are or have fallen victims of infidelity can also learn to play the same game of manipulation”. The music video for the song was produced and directed by Lorenzo De La Cruz and consisted of scenes where the singer’s partner is unfaithful to her consecutively with several women, and in the end, she decides to go her own way with a new love.

Mar was born and raised in Monterrey Nuevo León and developed a great passion and enthusiasm for the art of music at the age of 7. Listening to melodies on the radio, she knew with certainty that she was born to succeed as an international singing artist. The talented singer began her debut as a professional singer when one of her first singles, “Pobrecito,” took her on a promotional tour to different parts of Mexico, where she performed an appeared on various media outlets. She was also named “La Chica Sexy” by the # 1 station of Monterrey 93.3FM.

At 20 years old, Mar García decided to move to Texas, where fate would allow her to continue fulfilling her dreams as a singer, win the Miss Latin Beauty pageant and become a host for the Estrella TV channel. This opened many doors for her singing career.

After competing in Hollywood in the show “Tengo Talento,” and being a finalist, she moved to the great city of Los Angeles. During the first months in Los Angeles, she became part of the famous Colombian group of tropical music, “Sonora Dinamita.” She was offered a contract and to record an album with them but refused to take the deal as her heart was set on being a solo artist. Shortly after, she began recording a solo album that was postponed due to her competing in the musical reality show La Academia (TV Azteca) in where she did not win but did become one of the remaining finalists. She then was approached by an individual that introduced her to the film world and she ended up appearing in more than 50 films.

Mar García has been pursuing her dreams for a few years, and she visualizes herself performing among sold-out crowds all over the world. The superstar classifies her style as “grupero/pop” and remarks that his singing style is versatile. She stands out singing cumbia, accordion, romantic, bolero, mariachi, band, sound, and orchestra. Mar adds, “I am very passionate, and I do not categorize myself into one genre of music.”

Mar currently signed a deal with Trevino Music Group distributed through Ingrooves and is releasing her new single and video “Quien Eres Tu” under the label. She is more than ready to go out into the world and begin promotion on her current music. She also has a love for children and would like to open up a non-profit organization that would educate them in music.

The single is now available on Amazon Music, Spotify, and all other digital outlets. Music Video is currently available on Vevo, YouTube, and other Video outlets Nationwide

Latino-Canadian MC Divo Hits 100k with "Loyalty"

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Latino-Canadian rapper Divo has teamed up with producer Atwell to release “Generation Next,” a follow album up to Divo’s previous award-winning project with French producer, GMJ, “Transatlantic Soul.” Divo’s versatility as an artist and Atwell’s dynamic production is showcased in this  two disc EP, available June 30, 2020, which features six original songs along with corresponding instrumentals. The eclectic sounds vary on each track from digitally infused trap, saxophone sampled hip-hop to the reggaeton inspired single “Showdown.” Divo effortlessly raps in both English and Spanish throughout the album, paying homage to his Guatemalan roots and deep appreciation of different genres.

Stream the album below on Spotify or Click here to listen on other platforms.