Show will feature individuals and organizations making a difference, local Hispanic talent, and showcase Houston attractions and destinations.
The Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals (HAHMP) will debut their new community affairs show “Houston On The Move” hosted by Mariné Hernández, on Thursday, September 2nd on HCCTV (Houston Community College Television).
“Houston On The Move” is a half-hour, four-segment show that will feature motivating stories of individuals and groups who are making their mark in our community, non-profit organizations and programs that are helping Houstonians in need, local artists who are moving Houston culturally and those attractions that put locals and visitors on the move.
With the purpose of assisting local aspiring journalists, “Houston On The Move” counts with the support of local college students serving as associate producers, under the supervision of Sybil Monciváis Sánchez (Producer) and Marine Hernández (Executive Producer and Host).
“Houston On The Move” will be produced bi-weekly and will air Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on HCCTV. HCCTV is available on Comcast Ch. 19, AT&T U-verse Ch. 99, Phonoscope Ch. 77, TV Max Ch. 97, Cebridge Ch. 20 and sites.hccs.edu/hcctv .
For more information about “Houston On The Move” and HAHMP, please contact Mariné Hernández at email@example.com.
About Mariné Hernández, Executive Producer & Host:
Marine Hernandez is a former news reporter and anchor. For almost a decade, she served the Spanish-speaking communities of Sacramento, Dallas and Houston working for Univision. Marine ’s former roles include Entertainment Reporter, Community Affairs show host, Weather Anchor, News Reporter and Anchor. During her career, she was an active advocate of higher education among Hispanic children, participating in multiple events promoting the cause. Currently, her efforts continue by serving as an active member of the Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals, an organization she has been a member of since her college years.