Dos y Dos to Debut in Puerto Rico on May 1, 2010

Dos y Dos to Debut in Puerto Rico on May 1, 2010


SAN DIEGO, April 29 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Dos y Dos, an innovative live-action television series recorded in Spanish and English for children ages two through seven, will premiere in Puerto Rico Telemundo affiliate WKAQ starting May 1, 2010. Dos y Dos is produced by the Latin American Multimedia Corporation (LAMC).

“Our partnership with Telemundo allows us to reach Hispanic families in Puerto Rico that speak both English and Spanish. A unique mix of Latin American and U.S. cultures, Puerto Rico is a great place for a program like Dos y Dos,” said LAMC’s President, Everett R. Hernandez, Jr.

Dos y Dos, which recently won two Parents’ Choice Awards and a Parents Television Council Award, incorporates music, dance and learning in both Spanish and English. The five Dos y Dos live characters interact with the TV audience and the Imagination Room where fantasy characters come to life.

Debuting in early October 2009, Dos y Dos airs in 47 cities across the U.S., including 19 of the top 21 Hispanic markets. In the U.S., the show can be seen every Saturday and Sunday morning on LATV (the Latin American Television Network).

About Latin American Multimedia Corporation

Headquartered in San Diego, California, the LAMC is comprised of a TV production division, a music publishing division, and a children’s book division. The LAMC currently produces Dos y Dos and through its music division, “Puzzle Tone,” publishes and distributes music created for the television show.

SOURCE Latin American Multimedia Corporation

Dos y Dos to Debut in Puerto Rico on May 1, 2010