MIAMI, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–FEB.5, 2003–Over 500 VIP guests attended a swanky black tie party given by Univision Network last night at the Delano Hotel in South Beach. The occasion celebrated two events of major significance for America’s leading Spanish-language television network: the 15th anniversary of ‘Premio Lo Nuestro A La Música Latina,’ which recognizes the best stars in the Latin music industry, and the Network’s initial presentation of programming to the Museum of Television & Radio, making Univision the first Spanish-language broadcaster to contribute material for the Museum’s newly founded Center for Spanish-Language Programming.
A select crowd of Univision Network clients, talent and special celebrity guests enjoyed an elegant and unique evening that featured an impressive display of entertainment including taiko drummers, synchronized swimmers, dancers, and lively Latin music. Univision News anchors Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas, joined by Hispanic talk-show queen Cristina Saralegui, made the official presentation of the last 14 years of ‘Premio Lo Nuestro’ broadcasts to the Museum of Television & Radio’s president, Mr. Robert Batscha. During the next two years, Univision will donate additional programming in different genres, reaching a total of over 100 hours.
In addition, a special recognition was given to Puerto Rican “merengue” singer Olga Tañón for being the artist who has won the most ‘Premio Lo Nuestro’ awards in the event’s 15 year history.
Among the many Hispanic stars who attended the Univision celebration were Olga Tañón, Pablo Montero, Son By Four, Luis Enrique, Valentino Lanús, Cabas, Alejandra Guzmán, Scarlett Ortiz, Jorge Aravena, Cynthia Klitbo, Erika Buenfil, Sofía Vergara, Proyecto Uno, Banda El Recodo, Charityn Goyco and many more. Univision talent included Cristina Saralegui, Lili Estefan, Giselle Blondet, Ana María Canseco, Fernando Arau, Fernando Fiore, Odalys García, Jorge Ramos, María Elena Salinas, Carmen Dominicci, Bárbara Bermudo, and others.