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Amistades Influyentes (Friends in High Places)

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En este episodio: Vanity Fair devela la verdad sobre SAIC, el contratista m�?¡s grande del gobierno, pero del que usted probablemente nunca ha o�?­do hablar.

In this episode: Vanity Fair pulls back the curtain on SAIC, the largest government contractor you've never heard of.


Monday, November 3, 2008:
For the first time, full episodes of Exposé: America's Investigative Reports, the award-winning PBS documentary series that spotlights investigative journalism - will be available online in Spanish at www.pbs.org/wnet/expose  and at www.vmetv.com, the website for V-me, America's fastest growing Hispanic TV network.

"We are committed to bringing these important stories to as many audiences on as many platforms as possible said Exposé Executive Producer Tom Casciato, "And we are glad to be working with V-me to present them to our new Latino viewers - online as well as on-air."

The Spanish episodes have aired on V-me after a full language customization that includes reversioned graphics and multiple character voices.

V-me reaches more than 6 million Hispanic homes and is presented locally by public TV stations and carried on basic digital cable and digital broadcast in many cities and nationally on DIRECTV Ch. 440, DISH Network Ch. 9414 and DISHLatino Ch. 846. To find specific channel information for your market, visit www.VmeTV.com
 
About V-me
V-me entertains and informs Latino families in Spanish with primetime drama, music, sports, current affairs and Latin cinema, along with world class kids, food, lifestyle and nature. The 24-hour network, partnered with public television, is America's largest Spanish digital channel. V-me is the first venture of the media production and distribution company, V-me Media Inc. To find out more visit VmeTV.com

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Lunes, 3 de noviembre de 2008
Por primera vez, la galardonada serie documental de PBS sobre periodismo investigativo Exposé: Reportajes de Investigación, estará disponible por internet en espanol, por www.pbs.org/wnet/expose y por www.vmetv.com, el sitio Web de V-me, la red de televisión en espanol de mayor crecimiento en los Estados Unidos.

 "Estamos comprometidos a presentar estas importantes historias a la mayor cantidad de audiencias, en la mayor cantidad de plataformas posibles," dijo Tom Casciato, Productor Ejecutivo de Expos�?©: Reportajes de Investigaci�?³n. "Nos complace trabajar con V-me para presentar nuestro programa a la audiencia hispana, tanto por televisi�?³n como en el internet."

Los episodios en espa�?±ol han transmitido al aire en V-me despu�?©s de una adaptaci�?³n completa del lenguaje que incluye nuevas versiones de gr�?¡ficas y m�?ºltiples voces de los personajes.

V-me es presentada localmente a trav�?©s de estaciones de televisi�?³n p�?ºblica y transmitida en cable digital b�?¡sico y trasmisi�?³n digital en muchas ciudades, y nacionalmente en DIRECTV Canal 440, DISH Network Canal 9414 y DISHLatino Canal 846. Para obtener informaci�?³n local, visite www.VmeTV.com
 
Acerca de V-me
V-me entretiene e informa a las familias latinas de los Estados Unidos en espa�?±ol con programaci�?³n dram�?¡tica en horario estelar, musical, deportiva, de temas de la actualidad y de cine latino, conjuntamente con programaci�?³n infantil, gastron�?³mica, de estilos de vida y naturaleza. La red que transmite las 24 horas del d�?­a, asociada con la televisi�?³n p�?ºblica, es el canal digital m�?¡s grande de los Estados Unidos en espa�?±ol. V-me es la primera empresa de la compa�?±�?­a de producci�?³n y distribuci�?³n, V-me Media Inc. Para obtener m�?¡s informaci�?³n, visite www.VmeTV.com
 
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