MIAMI, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — América TeVe was chosen as the premiere television medium by the South Florida viewing audience for the first presidential debate between candidates Barack Obama and John McCain.
Friday, September 26 América TeVe changed its regular programming at 9 p.m. to bring the Hispanic community the transcendental debate between Obama and McCain. An hour earlier, Oscar Haza on his program, “A Mano Limpia,” delivered a meticulous analysis of the circumstances under which this debate would take place. After the debate, the Noticias 41 de América TeVe team provided an impeccable analysis for our community and country of the most important points covered.
The viewing audience chose América TeVe before, during and after as their first choice in South Florida. América TeVe steps up to this commitment, and that is why this Thursday we will transmit the vice-presidential debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin with the same complete coverage.
Because no one covers politics in South Florida like América TeVe.
About América TeVe WJAN / Channel 41
América TeVe WJAN (channel 41) is the first independent Hispanic TV station in Miami and the only channel in the U.S. with 9 hours of live original, innovative and entertaining programming. América TeVe can be viewed over the air and via television cable services like Comcast cable Miami/North/South Dade/West/South Broward (channel 12), Pembroke Pines (channel 2), Key Biscayne (channel 18), Doral (channel 14), and Atlantic Broadband (channel 17). It also provides 100% coverage of South Florida via DirecTV and DISH Network on channel 41. For more information, visit http://www.americateve.com