New York, NY – Music Choice, the largest cross-platform network on TV providing audio and video services, will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Monday, September 7 through October 18, 2015. The multi-platform video and music network will have a 50% increase of its normal Latino content in addition to its already robust program offerings on Music Choice On Demand, Music Channels and Music Choice App.
Music Choice On Demand will feature a top level Hispanic Heritage Month folder featuring single play music videos featuring the hottest Latino music videos from artists including J Balvin, Thalia, Becky G and more! (Directional: Music Choice On Demand > Hispanic Heritage)
Music Choice Music Channels will feature block programming on its Musica Urbana, Tropicales and Pop Latinomusic channels throughout Hispanic Heritage Month. Music Choice will also feature an increased rotation of Rancheras and traditional Regional Mexican music on the Mexicana music channel to celebrate Mexican Independence Day on September 16, 2015.
Video Link: http://youtu.be/3QdGeYa-gcU
Additional highlights include:
Artist of the Month folder featuring popular videos from Prince Royce September 14 through September 28th (Directional: Music Choice On Demand > Prince Royce)
Exclusive content from Venezuelan Pop Duo Chino & Nacho.They will be featured in the popular MC original program entitled “Behind The Lines” where artists share what inspired their hit songs and music videos. (Directional:Music Choice On Demand: Hispanic Heritage)
On the go content via the Music Choice App including exclusive digital content on the Musica Urbana and Pop Latino Video Channels.
Additionally, Comcast, Verizon Fios, Charter and Time Warner, who carry Music Choice’s complete Latin consumer offering, will be treated to additional programming including featured artist folders that will air throughout the month from Éxitos de Maná, Romeo Santos, Larry Hernandez and J Balvin.
Music Choice is also partnering with People Magazine’s People en Español Festival for the third consecutive year. This year’s festival will take place at Jacob Javits Center in New York City on October 17-18.