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TONIGHT on Univision Canada: Catch the exclusive Canadian broadcast of the Premio Lo Nuestro Music Awards

Univision Canada Presents the EXCLUSIVE Canadian broadcast of the 34th Annual Premio Lo Nuestro Music Awards

TONIGHT – Thursday, February 24 at 7P/et, LIVE from Miami


Celebrate the biggest stars in Latin music as Univision Canada presents the Exclusive Canadian broadcast of the 34th annual Premio Lo Nuestro Music Awards! LIVE from FTX Arena in Miami, the longest-running Latin music awards show airs TONIGHT at 7P/et only on Univision Canada.

Tonight’s not to be missed star-studded event features the who’s who of Latin music. Highlights include special performances by eight-time nominee and this year’s “Global Idol” winner, Maluma, hot off the release of his new movie with Jennifer Lopez, “Marry Me”. Iconic Italian Superstar Laura Pausini will deliver a historic performance from Rome, Italy, debuting her new single, “Caia”, and for the first time ever, music legend, Sting will perform his new Spanish hit single, “Por Su Amor”.

This year’s nominees feature Colombian superstars Camilo and J Balvin with 10 nominations each, Natti Natasha with 7 nominations, Luis Fonsi, Gente de Zona, Olga Tañón and Prince Royce.

Stay connected on Univision Canada social channels as TLN Media Group host and Latin music expert Camila Gonzalez gives viewers an inside look at the nominees, latest fashions and top highlights from the Magenta carpet and award ceremony.

For a full list of nominees and the latest news on performers and presenters, visit

Univision Canada presents the 34th Annual Premio Lo Nuestro Awards
Exclusive Canadian broadcast – Thursday, February 24, 2022
Magenta Carpet at 7pm/et │ LIVE Awards Show at 8pm/et
Encore Broadcast – Saturday, February 26 at 3pm/et

Univision Canada is available across Canada.  Click here to see where to watch.

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COMMENTARY: It’s time to recognize Canada’s ethnic media in our broadcasting system

January 31, 2022 

“Language is at the heart of cultural identity; it shapes who we are and our perspectives. When we speak our languages, we share stories, pass on knowledge and create bonds for generations.” – Patrimoine canadien – Canadian Heritage, Ottawa, June 14, 2021

EARLY LAST YEAR a group of organizations came together to advocate for inclusion of diverse communities and ethnic programming in Bill C-10. We called ourselves the Canadian Ethnocultural Media Coalition (CEMC). The initial group has expanded and now includes the most active and prolific ethnic media organizations in the country (see list of members below).

As Parliament prepares to again ponder modernizing the Broadcasting Act, we are restarting our efforts to secure official recognition as having a place and a value in the system, something that is long overdue given the demographic makeup of this country, with one in five Canadians reporting a non-official language as the language most often spoken at home.

However, the most recent expert study on broadcasting policy reform – the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel – not only ignored multicultural media in its 97 official recommendations, it didn’t even mention multiculturalism or ethnic broadcasting in the entire 235 page report.

Unfortunately, the Canadian ethnic media industry has never been recognized and allowed full membership in our broadcast system. The CRTC Ethnic Broadcasting Policy was issued in 1999 some 23 years ago during the analog age and has never been updated.

To be precise, I am not talking about extending an invitation to the diverse ethnic minority communities of Canada, to participate in creating, consuming and working in mainstream media. Fortunately, that is happening. Rather, I am speaking of Canadian programming produced by and delivered to our ethnocultural communities. Ethnic media creators and operators have been denied appropriate and proportionate recognition and supports.

Let’s look at the present context and realize how this is a truly serendipitous moment. First, Canada’s official multiculturalism policy established in 1971, just passed the half century mark. Second, Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms is about to complete its 40th anniversary (it came into being on April 17, 1982) and Section 27 calls for all of those rights to “…be interpreted in a manner consistent with the preservation and enhancement of the multicultural heritage of Canadians”. And of course, our nation has never been more ethnoculturally and multilingually diverse as we are today.

All four pillars of Canadian society should be recognized, reflected, supported and participate in our broadcasting system: Canada’s French and English founding cultures; Indigenous communities; and the diverse ethnic minority communities of Canada, including Black and racialized communities.

The Broadcasting Act should recognize that full participation in the system includes production of content and operation of broadcasting services. It should also ensure such Canadian content, including ethnic programming, and such Canadian services, are made available and visible, not marginalized.

Therefore, we are again proposing inclusions to reflect Canada’s ethnocultural diversity in legislation to amend the Broadcasting Act. These amendments will ensure that the Act recognizes diverse ethnic minority communities appropriately. This will in turn ensure that regulatory action focuses on concrete measures to address systemic inequities.

Given the pressures being exerted on our sector by a fast changing media content industry, we desperately hope and remain determined to see our value acknowledged and our place in the system secured.

Aldo Di Felice is president of TLN Media Group and a member of the Canadian Ethnocultural Media Coalition.

The full list of CEMC member organizations and their representatives includes:

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TLN Media Group is proud presenting partner of Toronto City Opera’s 2021/22 Season | TLN Connects

TLN Media Group is proud presenting partner of Toronto City Opera’s 2021/22 Season | TLN Connects

TLN Media Group is proud to partner with the Toronto City Opera as the presenting sponsor of TCO’s 2021/22 season which opened with the production of Giuseppe Verdi’s Nabucco – opera in concert.

The partnership has allowed us to bring Live opera back to the city after uncertain times and to connect culturally diverse communities through the universal language of opera. Enslavement and liberation are key themes in Nabucco, and liberation holds a strong connection with the recent times as we slowly begin to come out of the pandemic.

TLN Media Group applauds TCO as they continue to celebrate multiculturalism, and we share their vision to deliver an opera experience for everyone.

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And stay tuned for the presentation of Cavalleria Rusticana in 2022!

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Latin Grammy Awards Exclusive Canadian Broadcast Thurs. Nov 18 – Only on TLN TV and Univision Canada – Now on Free Preview!

TLN Media Group Presents EXCLUSIVE Canadian Broadcast of the 22nd Annual LATIN GRAMMY Awards®

TOMORROW – Thursday, November 18
LIVE from Las Vegas

Noche de Estrellas Pre-Show: 7P/et
on Univision Canada
Awards Show: 8P/et LIVE
on Univision Canada and TLN TV

The Biggest Night in Latin Music® is back TOMORROW, Thursday, November 18th with TLN Media Group’s EXCLUSIVE Canadian broadcast of the 22nd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards® LIVE from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Univision Canada and TLN TV. Both channels are now on a national FREE PREVIEW in nearly 9 million homes for close to 20 million Canadian music lovers to enjoy.

2021 has been a year of adapting to change and embracing the unknown, and TLN Media Group is excited to continue uniting communities while “Rediscovering Life Through Music”, the theme of this year’s award show. As Canada’s most influential media company, we are proud to deliver The Biggest Night in Latin Music® to Canada’s 1.5M Spanish speakers* and all lovers of Latin music from coast to coast.

With one-of-a-kind collaborations and unique Latin GRAMMY® moments, the ceremony promises to be an exceptional celebration of musical excellence paired with inspirational storytelling.

This year’s star-studded lineup features five-time GRAMMY® winning artist Christina Aguilera making her triumphant return to the Latin GRAMMYs® after more than two decades with an electrifying performance that includes a rendition of her recently released “Pa Mis Muchachas,” with nominees Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso, together with Becky G.

The awards will be hosted by singer and model Ana Brenda Contreras, musician Carlos Rivera, and actress Roselyn Sánchez with special performances by Latin GRAMMY® winners and nominees Bad BunnyAlejandro Fernández, Maná, Myke Towers, Juanes with Rubén Albarrán and Meme Del Real.

Plus, special appearance by the evening’s most-nominated artist, Camilo. As well as eight-time Latin GRAMMY® and nine-time GRAMMY® winner Rubén Blades, the 2021 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.

Stay connected on digital with TLN Media Group host and music expert Camila Gonzalez leading up to and during the LIVE broadcast across the Univision Canada and TLN social platforms for exclusive Canadian coverage.

Noche de Estrellas” Pre-Show – 7P/et LIVE, exclusively on Univision Canada
Latin Grammy Awards Show – 8P/et LIVE, on Univision Canada and TLN TV

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TLN Media Group Partners with the Toronto Opera Company as Presenting Media Partner of Nabucco

TLN Media Group Partners with the Toronto Opera Company as
presenting media partner of Nabucco

TLN Media Group is proud to announce it will be the presenting sponsor of the Toronto City Opera’s (TCO) 2021-22 season. Leading the way in bringing live opera back to Toronto audiences, we are excited to present the TCO’s production of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Nabucco”. Don’t miss two exclusive performances —Saturday, November 13 at 3P/ET at St. Andrew’s Church in Toronto and Friday, November 19 at 7:30P/ET in Markham at the People’s Theatre for the Performing Arts.

As Canada’s most influential multicultural media company, TLN Media Group takes great pride in connecting culturally rich communities through shared experiences. We have been avid supporters of the arts for decades and proudly share TCO’s passion for providing an opera experience for everyone!

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FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Qatar 2022 | TLN Connects

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Qatar 2022 | TLN Connects

TLN Media Group’s multilingual coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers continues across its family of TV channels.

The action kicks off on Thursday, November 11 with Greece and Spain going head-to-head for a spot in the playoffs on TLN TV and Univision Canada.

Plus catch two big Italy matches: Nov 12 against Switzerland and Nov. 15 vs. Northern Ireland on TLN.

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Empoli Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli details his plan of attack against Atalanta this weekend

Empoli Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli details his plan of attack against Atalanta this weekend

By: TLN Editorial Staff 
October 15, 2021 3:33PM EST

Two years ago, in the last match of the season, Inter were fighting for a Champions League place; Empoli, battling to stay in Serie A. On opposing benches: Luciano Spalletti and Aurelio Andreazzoli. Competitors in the lower divisions, roommates in the coaching course, Andreazzoli was Spalletti’s loyal assistant during his adventures at Udinese and Roma. But on that day they were rivals not friends.
We haven’t talked about that game since we bumped into each other during the post-match press conference. He’d just finished his while I was about to start mine, and in front of everyone he told me we didn’t deserve to be relegated but unfortunately we went down. We rarely meet now and when we do we don’t talk about that game. It’s too painful for me to remember” stated Andreazzoli.
A winner and a loser – but both lost their jobs after the match and after taking some time off, both came back to Serie A this summer. Spalletti in a new club while Andreazzoli returned to Empoli to complete the task.
Our motto is on display in the dressing room “It can be done”. We must believe that we can defeat any opponent. We must believe in ourselves and in our ideas and in the work we do everyday in training, that way we can overcome every obstacle. I really hope we manage to achieve our objective this time around, which is to stay in Serie A” explained Andreazzoli.

Andreazzoli’s teams are always known for their strong mindset and attacking style. Empoli have demonstrated both qualities this season, as much in their defeats as in their victories.We’ll see his ideas put into practice against visiting Atalanta on Sunday. Andreazzoli has never beaten Gianpiero Gasperini in his career. A first win over his opposite number would be a big feather in the Empoli coach’s cap.