HITN-TV’s Program Latinoamerica Hoy Will Present a Documentary and Discussion about the...

HITN-TV’s Program Latinoamerica Hoy Will Present a Documentary and Discussion about the Events that Took Place in El Salvador in 1932



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New York, NY–(HISPANIC PR
WIRE)–February 26, 2007–HITN-TV, “the channel that educates and entertains”
and El Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen (MUPI), invite you to watch “1932,
Scars of Memory”, a documentary which will be broadcast on HITN-TV on Thursday,
March 1st at 9pm ET.

This will be the premier
of this documentary in the US. It deals with the events that took place in El
Salvador in 1932, which led to the death of more than ten thousand indigenous
people and several decades of civil war. Following the program, between 10 and
11 pm ET, HITN-TV’s production Latinoamérica Hoy will host a “live”
discussion with a panel of experts on this topic.

HITN-TV viewers can also
call in to participate in the discussion and express their thoughts on this
part of the history of El Salvador.

In recognition of the recent
75th anniversary of the historical events of 1932, which impacted the cultural,
social and political history of El Salvador, the MUPI and HITN-TV also encourage
people particularly Salvadorian groups to gather in churches, cultural centers
and their homes to watch the broadcast together and to participate in the Latinoamérica
Hoy show.

The film “1932, Scars
of Memory” was produced by the MUPI and directed by Jeff Gould and Carlos
Henríquez Consalvi, with the intention to make heard the voices of survivors
of the massacre of more than 10,000 indigenous people from El Salvador’s
western region.

These programs will be aired
nationwide through HITN-TV. For more information or if you are interested in
gathering to watch the programs call HITN-TV at 1-800-294-4486 ext. 3801, write
to mbadia@hitn.org or visit http://www.hitn.tv. HITN-TV can be found on the
following satellite channels: 438 on Direct TV, and 843 & 9401 on Dish Network.
HITN-TV can also be viewed through the following cable systems:

Time Warner Cable  811  
NY   Manhattan, Queens & Brooklyn
Time Warner Cable 
811   NJ   Parts of the counties of Bergen & Hudson
Time Warner Cable 
645   TX   Austin
Time Warner Cable 
294   TX   San Antonio
Time Warner Cable 
167   MO   Kansas City
Comcast           
649   CO   Denver
Charter Cable     
264   CA   Watsonville, Capitola, Central, San Luis
                            
 Obispo, West Sacramento & Turnlock
Charter Cable     
264   NV   Reno
Charter Cable     
264   WA   Statewide
AT&T U-verse      
3055  IN   Indianapolis
AT&T U-verse      
3055  TX   Houston & San Antonio
AT&T U-verse      
3055  CT   New Haven, Hartford & Stamford
AT&T U-verse      
3055  CA   San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose &
                            
 Santa Clara

Hispanic Information and
Telecommunications Network, Inc. (HITN-TV) is the first and only Hispanic public
television network providing educational and cultural programming in the United
States. HITN-TV was founded in 1987 with the intention of advancing the educational,
cultural, socioeconomic and political aspirations of Latinos living in the US.
Some of HITN-TV’s programming highlights include: GED en Español,
a series that prepares viewers to obtain their high school diploma; EASY English,
a series of classes to teach Spanish speakers basic and intermediate English
language skills; and Dialogo de Costa a Costa, a daily live talk show that provides
a forum for Latinos in the 50 states to call in live to give their opinions
and ask questions on key issues affecting their families and communities.

El Museo de la Palabra y
la Imagen (MUPI) is a citizen initiative, established in El Salvador as
a legal non-profit foundation, which dedicates itself to researching, salvaging,
preserving and displaying cultural and historical relics of El Salvador for
the public. The MUPI has a vast collections of manuscripts, topographies, audio,
film, artifacts and publications donated to the museum by members of the society,
who have responded to a call against “the loss of collective memory”.

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HITN-TV’s Program Latinoamerica Hoy Will Present a Documentary and Discussion about the Events that Took Place in El Salvador in 1932