ONE-ON-ONE PBS TV PROGRAM
'I hope that people who stop and watch One-on-One learn something and leave our show changed. I hope stays with them and impacts how they see the world around them this changing America' - Maria Hinojosa
María Hinojosa: One-on-One was produced by La Plaza, WGBH Boston’s award-winning production unit from 2008 to 2012. To watch the programs and peruse the list of influential Hispanics in the U.S. interviewed, click HERE!
MOYERS & COMPANY, A PBS TV PROGRAM, PRESENTS 'HISPANIC AMERICA'S TURN' AIRED ON OCTOBER, 2012.
LATIN MUSIC USA: It's Going to Move You! PBS TV PROGRAM
Explore a wide variety of genres from Latin jazz, Reggaeton Pop, Tejano, Salsa, Mambo to Chicano Rock. Learn about resources and go behind the scenes. Click here to watch the TV program and listen to Latin Music from Latin America and Latinos the U.S.
FRONTLINE PBS TV PROGRAM
From foreign affairs to family matters, social issues to criminal justice, politics to the press, WGBH's Frontline goes beyond the superficial sound bite of the television newsmagazine to offer in-depth, intelligent stories and investigative reports.
Dropout Nation: the story of 4 Houston high school students, among them 2 Latinos, who struggle with school and life. Click here to watch.
Lost in Detention: Maria Hinojosa reports on U.S. immigration policies since President Obama took office. Click hereto watch.
Mexico Seized Weapons: A Tour: 93,000 says Mexico; 90 percent from U.S. On-the-ground footage from "Gunrunners." Click here to watch.
The Hugo Chavez Show: Controversial, bombastic, he believes he is destined to change Venezuela and the whole of Latin America. Who is Hugo Chavez? And where is he headed? Click here to watch.
María Hinojosa is a journalist and author as well as the managing editor and host of public radio's Latino USA.
Throughout her career, Hinojosa has garnered many awards and honors. Since 1995, Hispanic Business Magazine has named her one of the 100 most influential Latinos in the United States three times.
Listen to LATINO USA radio programs online clicking HERE on a variety of topics, from social, politics, immigration, to art, history, etc.!
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