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Latina talk show debuts in LA’s KAZA TV


Naibe Reynoso (L) and Bel Hernandez host The TrendTalk.

English-language TV talk show TheTRENDTalk has been picked up by MeTV Los Angeles television station KAZA-TV 54 (formerly Azteca América).

Created, executive-produced and hosted by Latina journalists Bel Hernandez and Naibe Reynoso, the show, which targets Latinas, features what’s trending in TV and film, the entrepreneurial space, influencers, health, tech, fashion and people contributing to their community.

The show aired its first season on LatinoPBS on Inland Empire cable stations, before securing a run on a broadcast LA station.

TheTRENDTalk kicks off its second season on KAZA 54 this Sunday, February 11 at 7 am.

The show will continue to be distributed on LatinoPBS Inland Empire cable stations, as well as on digital platforms.

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