September 16, 2021

Univision Communications Inc. will commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month with a multiplatform campaign that celebrates the extraordinary values, achievements and contributions of Latinos in America. Starting September 15th, Univision will highlight the beauty of the Hispanic experience with stories, leaders and personalities in original segments, spots and vignettes on its flagship shows, on’s inaugural Hispanic Heritage Month resource guide, as well across its digital, social, sports and music platforms. The campaign looks to honor the past, present and future while representing the diversity of Latinos throughout the United States and in Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
“As the leading Hispanic network in the country, we are proud to lead with culture and celebrate the richness of our community for Hispanic Heritage Month. Our longstanding commitment to informing, empowering and entertaining Hispanic America is at the heart of everything we do,” said Jessica Rodriguez, Chief Brand and Impact Officer, Univision Communications. “We look forward to continuing to highlight the vibrant diversity within our community with content that speaks to the heart and showcases our shared cultural heritage.”
A multiplatform, five week-long Hispanic Heritage Month programming “roadblock” will air on all Univision platforms starting Wednesday, September 15th. First, Univision will celebrate El Grito with “Un Solo Mexico, La Fiesta,” a two-hour special honoring Mexican Independence Day hosted by Maria Antonieta Collins and Gabriel Soto live from El Zocalo in Mexico City. Despierta América and Noticiero Univision Fin De Semana will kick off the month with special segments about Latinos living the American Dream on their own terms. A series of special segments and interviews with on-air network talent, including Satcha Pretto, Rafael Araneda, Lindsay Casinelli, Raul de Molina, Pamela Silva and Borja Voces will air across Univision’s entertainment and news shows. The interviews, which look to celebrate each personality’s respective heritage, will air on Despierta América, El Gordo y La Flaca, Primer Impacto, Noticiero Univision and TUDN. Additionally, the Hispanic Heritage Month online resource hub on will provide unique content and tools for Latinos to celebrate shared cultural traditions, including movie and TV suggestions, podcasts, books, traditional recipes hand-selected by Despierta América’s Chef Yisus and a brand new virtual experience launching on September 27th, where visitors can virtually visit 20 of the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to learn fun facts about each nation.
PrendeTV, Univision’s free, premium ad-supported streaming service, will launch a special curated Hispanic entertainment hub in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. It will feature seven curated VOD channels, highlighting beloved genres such as award-winning movies, novelas, comedies and more, providing over 1,000 hours of family-friendly viewing.
Uforia, the leading Hispanic audio network in the U.S., will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with 20 special playlists of music from all Hispanic countries in Latin America available exclusively on the Uforia App. These playlists will highlight Latin music legends such as Marco Antonio Solis, Celia Cruz and Johnny Pacheco as well as today’s Latin music superstars, including J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Calibre 50, Camilo, Natti Natasha and more. In addition, Uforia will commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month with the launch of an all-new brand campaign celebrating the joy and passion Latinos have for audio and live music.
Univision’s bicultural and bilingual initiative celebrating Latinos all year long, Se Habla USA, will highlight prominent Latino changemakers in communities across the country as well as spotlight Latino small business owners throughout the United States on Se Habla USA’s social media platforms.
In addition to Univision’s efforts across its media platforms, the company is hosting various community events and airing special coverage across the country throughout September and October. From New York, Miami and Chicago, to Los Angeles, Houston and Dallas, among others, Univision stations in cities nationwide will hold digital townhalls and coordinate with local social justice organizations on partner events for their local communities. These events are part of Univision’s year-round grassroots commitment to celebrate Hispanic identity and heritage in each respective community.


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