CANADIAN ETHNIC MEDIA ASSOCIATION

Voices of Canada

Latin Life Completes 7th Season on Rogers, Gets Ready for Season No. 8

January 26, 2015

Roberto is the host and producer of Latin Life TV, some of whose content can be viewed on the show’s website at www.latinlifetv.com The show features entertainment, fashion, destinations, food, personalities, Latin music, events, business news and more. Roberto, who is a member of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA), is promising us a lot of new Latin excitement for the 2010-2011 season. His show won the best Canadian Latin Show award for two years in a row.

Says Roberto: “We showcase the best of the Latin people and their culture. Do check us out!” Latin Life TV aired last on Nuevo Mundo Television on Rogers Cable 642 at the following times: Sunday at 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 12 noon. Roberto’s excellent multicultural show is open to all audiences because as he says “everyone likes the Latin culture, music, food and above all the friendliness of the Latin people”. His on line publication “Latin Life News” just celebrated its fourth anniversary on May 2010. This is a bilingual publication (Spanish-English), showcasing the best of Canadian Latin culture. Their uniqueness is that it is Bilingual (Spanish/English), in full color, with good news/fun news only! and you can check it out online at www.latinlifenews.com 24/7. Some of the sections you will find in Latin Life News are: Entertainment, Food, Fashion, Music, Destinations, Events, Art, Motivation, Health, Personalities, Business, Latin Stars, and much more. The Hispanic population in Toronto and the rest of Canada has grown tremendously over the past 40 years. Back then we had under 50,000 people of Hispanic/Latin descent. Today that number approaches the million mark from one end to the other of this great country. You can find Hispanic festivals in almost every major city, as well as art exhibitions, music concerts, business events and certainly countless restaurants. They offer not only the famous “paella and sangria” but also a great variety of Spanish and South American delicacies. Their music is well known and heard everywhere: salsa, merengue, tango, rumba and more. The Canadian multicultural population every year looks forward to the many events put together by the Latin organizers in Toronto. Latin Life News keeps you up to date with what is going on and Roberto participates in as many events as he can possibly attend. Three of his favorites are the yearly Hispanic Fiesta, the Hispanic Yellow pages Gala night and the Hispanic Business Association yearly event. Yes, the “latinos” are here to stay.

If you know of news/events that might be of interest to their readers you can always send them an email with the information and there is a very good chance it will be published free of charge. Roberto does a lot of different activities as part of his commitment to help the community, which is why Latin Life News is a publication made possible by his efforts and a team of volunteers who love to promote the Latin culture to the Toronto population and of course to the rest of Canada.

You can check out Roberto Charles Hausman (the Publisher) at his personal website at www.robertocharles.com as well as his Charitable Foundation that helps the neediest children in Canada and all over the world at www.needyouth.com.