AIM TV Launches New
Online Video Network for Latinos
8/7/07 - LatinRapper.com news
The AIM Tell-A-Vision Group (AIM TV), now entering its
historic sixth season of broadcast syndication, has announced
the scheduled launch of a new video-on-the-web network titled
The American Latino TV Network. Amassing a six year library of
over 1,000 produced segments of "evergreen," award-winning
content, along with hundreds of hours of never before seen
footage, Robert G. Rose, CEO and Executive Producer of AIM TV
cites the move as a natural progression: "We have the world's
largest library of evergreen video content for U.S.-born
Latinos. Combined with our powerful promotional platforms, the
youth and early adaptability of our target audience and
built-in advertising relationships, the formula for a success
is there," says Rose. "The American Latino TV Network will
offer additional content to our affiliates, an extended
platform for our advertisers and most importantly, an
unprecedented library of quality, culturally relevant content
for our viewers."
The new ad-supported network will receive promotional support
from AIM TV's powerful platform of broadcast syndicated
programs; "American Latino TV," "LatiNation" and the "American
Latino Presents Specials" which deliver over 65 million
impressions annually with unrivaled reach to young, U.S.-born
Latinos (a market representing over 60% of all U.S. Latinos).
The network will receive additional support via AIM TV's
radio, print, online & event partners.
In addition to the company's extensive library, the pioneering
producers have been busy creating original content
specifically for the network including behind the scenes,
event coverage, raw and uncut interviews with celebrities and
original content such as "The Intern Chronicles," and "Help!
Change TV." The company is also busy developing new channels
such as "Pasaporte" (travel channel), "Hip Hop Unidos" (Latin
Hip Hop) and "Punk Outlaw" (a punk rock & rockabilly lifestyle
brand & channel).
"Since the beginning my dream was to have a network with all
our work. I am excited to program quality content for Latinos
through the internet," says Renzo Devia, President of AIM TV's
Maximas Productions. "We're always working to reinvent
ourselves and the ALTV Network allows us to be more creative
and to interact more with our viewers."