Hispanic Public Television Coming To Omaha

By: WOWT Email
By: WOWT Email

Members of the Omaha hispanic community are being asked for their input on a new public television station.

Hispanic Public Television has been formed to serve the Omaha viewing area.

HPTV officials say Latinos and Mexican Americans, will  within several generations, be more than 35% of the population in the United States.  HPTV is being formed in response to this demographic shift, and to provide news and commentary along with cultural, social and civic programming.

An open forum gathering will be held at La Esmeralda Restaurant , 3215 Q St., Saturday, March 17th at 6p.m.

The public is invited to meet HPTV Board members, who will help answer questions about programming, viewing schedules and the mission of HPTV.


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