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Telemundo Stations Air ‘Climate Change’ Documentary

Topic: Environment
Posted on 4/20/2020

Telemundo-owned KXTX Dallas produced a 30-minute, Spanish Language documentary, “Climate Change / Cambio Climatico” that aired across Telemundo stations on April 22 (Earth Day). Shot in Anchorage, Santa Monica, Miami, New York City, Houston, and Ontario, Canada, the documentary delivers a scientific presentation about the effects of climate change in communities. The documentary also features Telemundo stations’ first-ever use of augmented reality technology for a TV documentary. Telemundo owned stations KXTX, KVEA Los Angeles, WSCV Miami, WNJU New York and KTMD Houston contributed. Click here for more on the different locations.

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