Entravision’s Univision Affiliate in Denver, CO to Air the First Live Spanish-language Congressional Debate in Colorado
Congressmen to Discuss Key State and Latino-specific Hot Topics During Milestone Broadcast of Noticias Colorado
DENVER, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ —
Colorado Congressmen Mike Coffman, (R), and Andrew Romanoff, (D); and Noticias Univision Colorado Anchors Vanessa Bernal and Juan Carlos Gutierrez.
Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) will air the first live Spanish-language Congressional Debate in Colorado on its Univision affiliate stations in the Denver, Colorado market. The debate, to be broadcast on the network’s “Noticias Colorado” program, will be held for 30 minutes followed by a live half-hour analysis and fact check for both parties. During the debate, anchors Vanessa Bernal and Juan Carlos Gutierrez will moderate the discussion between Congressmen Coffman and Romanoff as they discuss the Colorado Congressional relationship with the Latino community and other hot-button political issues relevant to the region.
Airing Live: Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at 5:00 pm MT
Rebroadcast: Friday, October 31st at 5:00 am MT (Univision Denver/Colorado Springs) and 6:00 am MT (Unimas), and Sunday, November 2nd at 9:00 pm MT (Jose Radio)
The first live Spanish-language Colorado Congressional Debate will air on Entravision’s Noticias Univision Colorado stations KCEC-TV Denver and KVSN-TV Colorado Springs television station channels.
The debate will be rebroadcast on Entravision’s Univision and Unimas Colorado stations, and KJMN Jose 92.1 FM radio station. The entire debate will also be streamed online at www.somosnoticiascolorado.com.
In its ongoing effort to keep its audiences informed and up-to-date on the most important developments impacting the Latino community both regionally and nationally, Entravision is committed to meeting the demand for high-quality news coverage through interviews with key political figures to discuss the latest and most relevant issues. As the power of the Latino vote in key battleground states such as Colorado increases, Entravision continues to devote its media capabilities to empowering the Latino vote and encouraging voter registration and election engagement through its programming. Entravision’s Univision affiliate KCEC-TV is an award winning station serving the Denver, CO market. The station’s 5pm news broadcast is currently ranked #2 in the market, regardless of language for its time slot among Latino Adults age 18-34. KCEC-TV’s content is rebroadcast on KVSN-TV in Colorado Springs, CO.
Latinos represent 21% (approximately 1.1 million) of Colorado’s population of more than 5.2 million, and from 2000 to 2014 the Latino population in the Denver DMA increased 95% to more than 801,000 people. (NSI UE 2014)
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau: State and County QuickFacts and Aristotle voter data 9/17/2013