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AARP Debuts New Spanish-Language Talk Show Viva Su Segunda Juventud on Telemundo
‘The Dog Whisperer’s,’ Cesar Millan and former U.S. Treasurer Anna Cabral Among Guests Featured on Premier Shows, December 7th and 8th
WASHINGTON -- AARP today announced the debut of its new Spanish-language television talk show hosted by nationally renowned hosts Gabriela Zabalúa-Goddard, Mayte Prida, and Denisse Oller. Titled VIVA Su Segunda Juventud, this dynamic program caters to the boomer and 50+ Hispanic audience and will debut December 7 and 8 on Telemundo with its first two programs.
“The 50+ Hispanic audience has been lacking programming geared specifically for them and we hope that VIVA will fill that void with entertainment, information, resources and real-life stories,” said Larry Gannon, VP of TV & Radio Programming, AARP.
On December 7th:
•Hear the incredible story of former U.S. Treasurer/AARP Family Finance Ambassador, Anna Cabral;
•Learn how to be the master of your pet with ‘The Dog Whisperer’s,’ Cesar Millan, and
•Get the latest practical style tips with fashion stylist Martín Llorens.
On December 8th:
•Hear stories from ESPN sportscaster/AARP Hispanic Ambassador, Jorge Ramos;
•Get financial advice from expert, Pablo Bianchi, and
•Experience 5-star cuisine from award-winning celebrity chef of the Wynn Las Vegas, Alessandro Stratta, who demonstrates one of his delectable dishes.
VIVA was filmed in front of a live studio audience at AARP’s 2010 national event Orlando@50+ this past October. These 30-minute programs will air in 15 markets across the country and bring inspirational guests and celebrities into the homes of the boomer and 50+ Hispanic audience. VIVA will air in the following markets: Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco, Puerto Rico, Washington D.C., San Antonio, Tucson and Orlando. Show times are available at www.aarp.org/VIVA.
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