Mexico series set for wider audience

‘Children of the Revolution’ will air around Texas and may go national.

By Elaine Ayala

 

 

Advertising pioneer turned documentarian Lionel Sosa, who produced the KLRN series “The Children of the Revolution,” is reaching a wider audience for the 20-part series first aired in San Antonio last fall.

Already being carried by several PBS stations in Texas, the series will air in January on all but one of them. National distribution is being discussed with two major networks for the 2012 season, KLRN’s CEO Bill Moll said.

Produced to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, each episode tells family stories of escaping the violence spurred by dictator Porfirio Diaz

Read more at mySA.com

“Children Who Changed America” By Irma Calderon Woodruff

Now that the Census Bureau has officially declared the presence of 50.5 million Latinos in the U.S, a new television series reveals the story of how many of them got here….

Read the complete article at LatinoMagazine.com:

http://www.latinomagazine.com/summer11/journal/children.htm

 

 

KLRN-PBS Christmas 2010

On December 20, 2010, in This just in!, by admin

The Children of the Revolución documentary was included in the KLRN Christmas Greetings. Support the show by Liking us on Facebook and visiting ChildrenOfTheRevolucion.com. The Children of the Revolución returns January 2011. Stay tuned!

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