Telemundo is teaming up with the NBC’s TODAY show for “Viva TODAY,” a special week-long series to celebrate the diversity of Hispanic culture before the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month.
All next week, beginning Monday, September 1, “Viva Today” will highlight the positive impact Hispanic and Latino Americans have had on society.
Throughout the week, TODAY will feature guest co-hosts including Telemundo and MSNBC news anchor José Díaz Balart, Telemundo anchor María Celeste Arrarás and host Jorge Bernal, as well as other special appearances by other TV personalities and telenovela actors.
Gavin Martinez says
After all what NBC done on the past this will be great.
NBC should integrate more into the Today Show on a monthly basis of Latino Hispanic culture. network needs to merge and integrate more into these four hour to truly reflects the trajectory of the US population…
gil velasquez says
NBC and all other media : movies , television shows , commercials , and print ads
make a concerted effort to promote African Americans. 17 percent ,or more, of the population
is African American. 17 percent of the faces you see in these medias represent
that population number. Fairly so.
The Latino population is also 17 percent . But is represented by only 3 percent of the faces you
you see in all medias. Proof of the 3 percent seems to show a concerted effort be
you and your, (Medias ), to ignore Latinos.
If you think me figures are wrong , just do the counting.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Perhaps Latinos don’t squeak loud enough .