Access Hollywood & Latina Magazine Partner For '15 Latinas We Love' TV Special
Access Hollywood & Latina Magazine present 15 Latinas We Love,” a co-branded, hour-long special spotlighting fifteen of the most influential Latina celebrities today.
Natalie Morales, news anchor & co-host of NBC’s Today show and Latina’s parenting columnist, will host the syndicated weekend edition of Access Hollywood.
“15 Latinas We Love” will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes video of the making of Latina magazine’s historic 15th anniversary cover, as well as never-before-seen video and new interviews with these celebrated women talking about their rise to stardom and what it means to be Latina today. The special will air on the weekend of Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18 – check local listings for times.
“As an entertainment news leader, we strongly value and embrace the contributions that Latinas have made to our industry and are proud to be alongside as a partner,” says Rob Silverstein, executive producer of Access Hollywood & Access Hollywood Live. “The women being honored by Latina magazine have made such significant strides in their careers, not only for Latinas, but for women as a whole. Access Hollywood will continue to champion the hard work and success of these powerful women and look forward to what is to come in the future.”
“It’s exciting enough to be making our television special debut in this, our 15th anniversary year,” says Galina Espinoza, co-president and editorial director of Latina Media Ventures. “But to have done so by partnering with Access Hollywood, the leading entertainment news program, really speaks to the growing influence and importance of our unique audience.”
The “15 Latinas We Love” special coincides with Latina magazine’s October anniversary issue, which hits newsstands on September 13.
In addition to the special broadcast, AccessHollywood.com and Latina.com will have extended interviews and additional content on the “15 Latinas We Love.”
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