Hispanic Channel mun2’s New Programming Lineup

The mun2 channel unveiled its 2012-2013 programming lineup Tuesday. It will premiere ‘Jenni Rivera Presents: The Chiquis Project’ – one of generation YLA’s (Young Latino American, 18-34) most vibrant personalities whose adventurous life is constantly evolving in a uniquely American way.

The network also announced the Larry Hernandez project ‘Larrymania,’ a docu-reality series showing the aspirational and inspirational personality behind the Regional Mexican superstar; and ‘DUB Latino,’ a magazine show focusing on the car-culture passion and celebrity lifestyles of the hottest names in Latino entertainment.

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Also, SOI TV is now broadcasting across the United States to 3.3 million Hispanic households through a platform that enables users to interact in real-time with its on-air programming. (Read: Social TV with Interactive Opinion System for Hispanics)

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Meanwhile, “The World Tomorrow,” an exclusive new project by Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, is coming on Russia’s RT channels. The series sees Assange, the series creator and host, engage with a wide range of global notables – in his opinion, those shaping the global agenda of tomorrow. (Read and Watch: Wikileaks Boss Julian Assange to Host TV Show)

The mun2 network will also have the U.S. premiere of the telenovela ‘Ojo Por Ojo,’ which puts an accent mark on a very modern and urban Romeo and Juliet-themed storyline.

From reality to music, on-air to digital, mun2 creates content across a multi-screen platform. The network is part of Telemundo Media, a division of NBCUniversal.

In the picture above: (L to R): Flavio Morales, Senior Vice President, Programming & Production, mun2; Larry Hernandez, star of The Larry Hernandez project ‘Larrymania’; Chiquis, star of ‘Jenni Rivera Presents: The Chiquis Project’; Haythem Haddad, Co-Founder, DUB Magazine, and Diana Mogollon, General Manager, mun2. Photo credit: Arnold Turner

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Rakesh Raman