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Canal 22 to air Hidalgo programming strand

Spanish-language arts and entertainment channel Canal 22 Internacional is to air a slate of documentary programs about the Mexican state of Hidalgo this month.
August 1, 2013

U.S.-targeted, Spanish-language arts and entertainment channel Canal 22 Internacional is to air a slate of documentary programs about the Mexican state of Hidalgo this month.

On Mondays and Fridays, Cámara Oscura will focus on the state’s history and locations; Mi pueblo, mi lengua will take viewers through striking locations in the state’s cities and towns on Tuesdays and Thursdays; and Revelando la historia will profile local celebrities working in the realms of politics, society, economics and science on Wednesdays.

The programs are aimed at Mexicans and Latin Americans living in the United States.

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