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---- MegaTV to broadcast speech by U.S. President Barack Obama, with simultaneous radio broadcast on Z92.3FM starting at 8 p.m. (ET) / 7 p.m. (CT)---
MIAMI, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- (Big Time Media/ SBS-MegaTV)--- This Tuesday, September 10, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, will give a televised address to the nation on the status of the conflict in Syria. MegaTV will be providing special prime time coverage starting at 8 p.m. (ET) / 7 p.m. (CT), with excellent simultaneous translation in Spanish, while at the same time, radio listeners in South Florida can hear the President's words on the radio at Z92.3FM on the dial. Should the country take part in a new military conflict?
Starting at 8 p.m. (ET) / 7 p.m. (CT), the leading news and opinion program on Hispanic television, "Ahora con Oscar Haza" [Right Now with Oscar Haza] will bring the message of President Barack Obama to the nation, followed by expert analysis and the reaction of democratic and republican politicians.
At a time when the country is debating whether or not it should enter into a new war, President Obama will attempt to persuade the people and Congress of the United States to accept his reasons for taking military action against Syria. The presumed use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime of Bashar al Assad constitutes "a threat to global peace and security," and merits "a strong response," said the chief executive in Saint Petersburg after the closing of the G20 summit.
According to a number of polls, a majority of the people of the U.S. are opposed to a new military adventure, worried about the repercussions this could have on the national economy and on the stability of the complex region of the Middle East.
The escalation in Syria took up a great deal of the G20 Summit. The leaders in attendance there were in agreement that chemical weapons had been used, and the majority believe that President Bashar al Assad was responsible, Obama affirmed.
"There are times where we have to make hard choices," the President noted, and gave assurances that he will continue to seek the support of Congress and international allies for a military strike on Syria.
MegaTV is offering the Hispanic community in the United States the most complete and thorough coverage of world events.
MegaTV: Channel 22 in Miami, Channel 9.2 Orlando, Channel 55 Houston, TX, Channel 169 of DIRECTV in Puerto Rico. Channel 405 of DIRECTV in the main cities of the United States, Channel 25 in Texas, Verizon Fios, Channel 466 in Tampa, FL, Verizon Fios, Channel 466 in NY, NJ and Greenwich, CT in Verizon Fios and Channel 3008 of AT&T U-verse in the main cities of the United States.
About Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc.:
The Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. is the world's largest media and entertainment company in the United States publicly controlled by Hispanics. SBS is the owner and/or operator of 21 radio stations located in the main Hispanic U.S. markets in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco and Puerto Rico, including the first Spanish language radio station in the United States, WSKQ-FM in New York City, as well as 4 of the 8 most tuned-into radio stations
broadcasting genre programming in Tropical, Mexican Regional and Adult Contemporary formats, in Spanish and urban format. SBS is also the owner and operator of MegaTV, a television station serving the markets of South Florida and Puerto Rico, with national distribution via DIRECTV Más (Channel 405) and other affiliates. SBS also produces live concerts and events throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. In addition, the company operates www.laMusica.com, a bilingual Internet portal providing Latin music content, entertainment, news and culture. The Company's corporate website is at: www.spanishbroadcasting.com.
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