MIAMI, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Mira TV, the new television network for US Hispanics in Florida, announced its primetime programming line-up with the long awaited return of Rick Sanchez and Alexis Valdes. The new programs will include a satirical news talk show presented by distinguished journalist Rick Sanchez, as well as an entertainment comedy show by Cuban comedian Alexis Valdes.
“We are thrilled to bring our viewers the best programming in Florida. We welcome Rick Sanchez and Alexis Valdes into the Mira TV family,” said Judith Prado, Vice President of Mira TV. “We want Mira TV to be the channel of choice among US Hispanics in Florida, through quality programming with shows that cover breaking news, lifestyle, entertainment, documentaries, interviews and debates.”
The Alexis Valdes show will air Monday through Friday at 9pm. The humorist is excited to be back on TV and promises to present an entertaining comedy show like no other. The Rick Sanchez Show, will air Monday through Friday at 10pm, making this his first TV show in Spanish.
Mira TV, which started airing in Miami, Tampa and Orlando on March 7, offers its viewers an alternative to traditional Hispanic channels. Other programs in their line-up are: “Buenos Dias Miami,” with Tomas Garcia Fuste, “Noticias 18” with Paula Lamas, “Cocinando con Don Davis,” presented by the distinguished chef Don Davis, Medical show “Dr. Misael” with Dr. Misael Gonzalez and “Maria Elvira” with the renowned journalist, Maria Elvira Salazar.
Mira TV offers its viewers quality programming, focusing on shows that cover news, debate and entertainment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mira TV is available in Miami over the air on WDFL Channel 18, on Comcast Channel 18, on AT&T U-Verse Channel 20 and on Atlantic Broadband Channel 82. In Orlando is over the air on WATV Channel 47 and on Verizon Channel 28 and in Tampa is over the air on WTAM Channel 30 and on Verizon Channel 28.To learn more visit: http://www.miratv.tv
Maria Jose Morla
Public Relations Specialist
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SOURCE Mira TV