Spanish Broadcasting System Executive Rene Solorio Creates Innovative Internet Television Program

Spanish Broadcasting System Executive Rene Solorio Creates Innovative Internet Television Program



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MIAMI, May 11 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) (Nasdaq: SBSA) announced today that executive Rene Solorio has become the first young Latino to create a new and innovative television program that is transmitted via the Internet. The program, called “Lamusica.com Live,” is also transmitted on Mega TV through DirecTV on Channel 405 and on WSJU Channel 30 in Puerto Rico.

Rene Solorio has taken show business and Internet technology to a whole new level. Through Lamusica.com, a larger targeted audience can access Solorio’s comments, critic reviews and the latest showbiz news from around the world.

“Lamusica.com Live” also has an open chat session on www.lamusica.com for Rene to establish immediate communication with his followers, making this show 100 percent interactive. “Lamusica.com Live” continues to grow in popularity everyday, attracting some of the most popular artists in the world.

“Just three months shy of its launch, Lamusica.com Live’s acceptance has been so incredible. We have already had well known artists like Maria Conchita Alonso, Willie Colon, Alejandro Chaban, Diana Reyes, Alex Ubago, Albita, Arthur Hanlon, among others, expressing their approval on this innovative program,” said Rene Solorio.

Rene Solorio was born and raised in Guanajuato, Mexico. Prior to Lamusica.com, Rene was a news host and reporter for shows on Televisa and TV Azteca in Mexico. He was also an editor for MIRA magazine in Los Angeles and New York and created the magazine concepts for Shape en Espanol for American Media, Inc. He also worked as an Executive Editor for THALIA Magazine in New York and as an Editorial Director for TELE GUIA in Mexico.

Rene graduated with honors with a degree in Journalism from Carlos Septien Garcia School. Additionally, he was granted a scholarship by the Spanish government’s Ministry of Social Affairs to study at one the most prestigious Spanish universities, Universidad Laboral de Gijon, Asturias, in 1994.

In 2007, after proposing this program to Spanish Broadcasting System, Rene Solorio relocated to Miami, Florida to be in charge of the “Lamusica.com Live” project as the Editorial Director of SBS. It was at this time that Rene developed what would become the new image and content of its Internet radio and TV sites, as well as the Lamusica.com portal.

SOURCE Spanish Broadcasting System

Spanish Broadcasting System Executive Rene Solorio Creates Innovative Internet Television Program