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What’s going on at Mun2?

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Mun2, the bilingual cable network continues to go through staff changes as Hanna Bolte, the VP of Media and Talent Relations, is no longer with the network. Her departure adds to the growing list of employees who have left for other opportunities or whose contracts were not renewed. Mun2 target audience has been young adult Latinos Read More

Kristina Guerrero leaves E! News

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After six years, trailblazer Kristina Guerrero is saying goodbye to E! News. After beating the path for Latinas trying to break into the industry, Guerrero is now moving on to pursue other opportunities. In 2009, Kristina Guerrero garnered national attention as E! News’ first and only Latina host. Looking back on the experience she describes Read More

Guillermo Del Toro’s “The Strain”

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Guillermo Del Toro, known for his sci-fi/horror movies and books has created another frightening production. The Mexican film director who has directed and produced many well known films such as Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy, Mama, and The Orphanage along with many others, has now released a TV series that will give his fans a look into Read More

KENTA’s road to success

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The WWE have recently acquired one of, if not the most, the hottest commodities in Japanese pro-wrestling (i.e. puroresu), his name is Kenta Kobayashi, his ring name KENTA (all caps) to avoid confusion with his mentor, Kenta Kobashi.  As exciting as this is in the world of sports entertainment (read: pro wrestling) there are many Read More

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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  20th Century Fox gambled on their own franchise in the Summer of 2011, the Planet of the Apes franchise had long ended and the last remake by Tim Burton didn’t fair well with critics or fans. That didn’t stop director Rupert Wyatt from attempting a reboot/revival of the franchise with Rise of the Planet Read More

“Los Jets” fútbol documentary

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Jennifer Lopez’ new series “Los Jets” premiered Wednesday July 16 on NUVOtv. Jennifer and her sister Lynda are co-executive producers of the six part documentary. “Los Jets” is the story of an almost all Hispanic soccer team in the rural town of Siler City, North Carolina, with a population of about 8,200, about half of Read More

Devious Maids: A success despite the criticism

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Devious Maids just closed out its second season on the Lifetime Network. The show which is produced by Marc Cherry, who also produced the very much known “Desperate Housewives” and Eva Longoria, who starred as one the characters, has been a great success despite the criticism it received in the beginning. Much of that criticism came Read More

The Leftovers: Pilot Review

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Millions of people have suddenly vanished into thin air. Babies, children, adults, the elderly. All ages, all colors, all creeds. Whisked away from existence in a flash, as the first few minutes of The Leftovers lets us know, in a chilling scene that will grab any parent by the throat and never let go. Lost’s Read More

Romeo Santos returns home

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On July 11th and 12th, history was made when Bronx native Romeo Santos sold out both nights of his homecoming concert, cementing his status as the King of Bachata and the first Latino superstar in 40 years to sell out Yankee Stadium. He has stayed true to his Latino roots in performing mainly Bachata songs, fusing Read More

Archie’s End

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Archie comics have been a beloved series for the past seventy-five years. Now it is time for the comics to come to an end. Just like many of the issues before it, the final Archie comic deals with an issue that society continues to battle on, gun control. “Archie’s sacrifice isn’t just a moment of Read More