The music video for “Sin Ti,” will debut on “Al Rojo Vivo” on Tuesday, August 19th at 5pm/4c and receive extensive coverage across the Telemundo screen via shows “Un Nuevo Día,” “Titulares y Más,” “Acceso Total” and cable network mun2
WHAT – Chilean band La Ley have selected Telemundo to exclusively premiere the new music video for their latest single, “Sin Ti.” The video will debut on Telemundo’s “Al Rojo Vivo” (5pm/4c) on Tuesday, August 19th with La Ley front man Beto Cuevas in-studio. This will be followed by a re-track of the video on the network’s daily sports and entertainment show “Titulares y Más” (11:35pm/10:35c). On Wednesday, August 20th, Telemundo’s morning show “Un Nuevo Día” (7am/6c) will air special content while daily entertainment program “Acceso Total,” which broadcasts in major U.S. cities, will feature a second look of the video. Meanwhile, mun2, the fastest growing Hispanic cable network, will also premiere the video with additional promotional components on mun2.tv and social media.
WHO – Grammy and two-time Latin Grammy award-winning band La Ley are one of the most popular groups in Latin America today. La Ley is comprised of three members including lead singer Beto Cuevas, guitarist Pedro Frugone and dummer Mauricio Claveria. The band has released over five studio albums and are currently on tour across the US, Mexico and Latin America.
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WHEN – Tuesday, August 19th, 2014; 5pm/4c on “Al Rojo Vivo”
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