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Univision's LAnzate to Premiere National on Sat., Oct. 24th

LAnzate features the dynamic Fernanda Kelly and Luis Sandoval

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: October 22, 2015


Univision's LAnzate to Premiere National on Sat., Oct. 24th


Univision Network announced that its Los Angeles- produced entertainment show LAnzate, will premiere as a national program on Saturday, October 24, 2015. LAnzate features the dynamic Fernanda Kelly and Luis Sandoval, who will present bold, fast-paced content and unique interactive opportunities for Hispanic millennials or "billennials" at interesting locations throughout the greater Los Angeles area. The premiere will mark the first time that an Univision Network entertainment program will be produced in Los Angeles.

"Los Angeles is one of the major epicenters of young, vibrant Latino culture in the U.S.," said Alberto Ciurana, president of Programming and Content, Univision Communications, Inc. "Our ability to leverage the strength of our local teams to produce a show like LAnzate reflects our commitment to serving a diverse, rapidly growing audience and to investing in developing talent."

Produced by an award-winning team, LAnzate will feature guest artists, interviews, food, music, and fun interaction with the unsuspecting public at interesting Los Angeles locations. LAnzate hosts Fernanda and Luis will challenge each other to test their limits as they seek new adrenaline-raising adventures.

The show will also directly interact with viewers on and off-air via social media. Billennial fans will be able to digitally engage with each other and post and tweet their experiences.

LAnzate will air on Saturdays at 1 p.m. ET/12 p.m. CT/5 p.m. PT. Viewers can connect with LAnzate on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Periscope via @LanzateShow and Facebook via LAnzate Show.

For more information, please visit Univision.com.





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