Vme TV Network Launches “Jackeline Cacho Presenta Triunfo Latino” Nationwide

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 05, 2013

Jackeline Cacho, international award-winning journalist and television host, brings Jackeline Cacho Presenta Triunfo Latino,” which she produces and hosts, to the national network Vme TV. The show will bring Vme TVs audiences stories from Latino leaders across the country and all walks of life, leaving their footprints through positive change.

The 30 minutes show will be featured in more than 40 cities across the country. Jackeline Cacho will feature Latino leaders and visionaries like the Mexican American astronaut Jose Hernandez, Peruvian boxing champion Kina Malparida, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor Maria Elena Durazo, President of the American Alliance Pilar Avila, owner of multinational Emporio Vizcarra Jesus Vizcarra, and many more.

Through Triunfo, Latino communities across the country will be inspired by men and women who have made this world a better place through hard work, dedication, and overcoming challenges, said Cacho. I want our audiences to watch the show and then go make this world a better place for themselves and their communities.

“Jackeline Cacho Presenta Triunfo Latino” is an initiative produced and presented through Finding Productions, Jackeline’s production company which she founded and operates with Mexican director and producer Thene Mucino. Based in Los Angeles, the two have been creating independent, educational programming for over seven years with the goal of inspiring the next generation through the edutainmente revolution. “We believe that as Latino immigrants we should inspire our communities by bringing more personal development opportunities into the household,” expressed Mucino, president of Finding Productions.

The Peruvian-born Cacho has a lifelong career in communications and business development to bring edutainment to the forefront of Latino media. Through her broadcasting efforts, she provides intelligent programming that offers actual value to her audiences. We, Latinos, are a very intelligent group of people that have overcome endless challenges over the year, explains Cacho. We deserve better programming that educates while it entertains. I will continue bringing the edutainment revolution to Latino television and media as a whole.

Cachos passion for education in television aligns perfectly with such a high-caliber network as Vme TV. Vme TV is the first Spanish-language television network presented by public television stations. Its mission is to entertain, educate, and inspire families in Spanish through original, high value, high quality content. Vme TV provides a clear alternative to mainstream media by offering a unique and uncluttered environment for families to learn together while still having entertainment value.

Always seeing herself as a humanitarian and leader, Cacho has been an advocate for various issues since her childhood. She has been recognized in countries across the globe for her journalism experience and volunteer efforts, receiving awards like the 2012 Leadership Media and Television Achievement Award, the THEMIS 2010 from The International Confederation of Lawyers in Puebla- Mexico, the 2007 Ambassador/National Spokesperson Of The Peace Alliance from the U.S. Department of Peace, the 2006 National Television News Personality of the year by the Hispanic Professional Women Association, and was named the 2002 Pilgrim of the Millennium by the Israeli government, amongst many more.

Jackeline Cacho presenta Triunfo Latino will launch in early July on Vme TV, airing on Sundays at 1:30 PM PST/12:30 PM Central, and is sure to provide different looks at Latino leadership and activism for all types of audiences. Learn more about Jackeline Cacho at http://www.jackelinecacho.com and about Vme TV at http://www.vmetv.com. Visit http://www.findingproductions.com to learn about the dynamic company.


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