Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Nashville channel plans TV show for Mexico

The Nashville Scene reports that community access Channel 10 is planning a Spanish-language show that could also be broadcast in Mexico.

"Channel 10's proposals, for example, include a feel-good documentary series about the Metro Police Department, a health show featuring staffers from Metro General Hospital, and a Spanish-language show devoted to 'El Protector,' the police department's outreach program to the city's growing Hispanic population. Catalano wants to offer the last of these to Mexico City's equivalent of Channel 10, as it cautions immigrants about crucial cultural differences—for example, not to approach a police vehicle north of the border."

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