Brooklyn, NY – HITN-TV, the network that provides entertaining programing that aims to educate the U.S. Hispanic audience, will celebrate National Wildlife Day on September 4th with special episodes and documentaries featuring our nation’s wildlife.
HITN’s National Wildlife Day line-up will air:
Sunday, September 4th from 12:00 PM / ET (9:00 am / PT) through 12:00 AM / ET (9:00 pm / PT)
The line-up of programs includes a one-hour special that introduces viewers to Dr. Andrea Marshall, the first person in the world to complete a PhD on manta rays, and her journey to preserve the management of the enigmatic and over-fished manta ray population of Mozambique. The line up also includes a documentary that follows the story of zoologist, Martin Hughes-Games and his team dedicated individuals who’s lifework is to save the young of endangered animals – who are the key to preserving some of our planet’s most critically species. And much, much more.
“By presenting this programming on the National Wildlife Day, our viewers will learn the stories of the men and women working worldwide to make a difference by helping to save and preserve some of our planet’s most critically vulnerable species” explained Florentina Almonte, HITN-TV’s Director of Programming.
HITN-TV is the largest non-commercial Hispanic network in the United States, offering educational and cultural programming for the whole family. It reaches more than 44 million viewers in the US and Puerto Rico via DIRECTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-verse TV, Verizon FiOS TV, Comcast, Charter Spectrum, Frontier Mediacom, CenturyLink Prism, and Cablevision. For more information, please visit www.hitn.tv