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New Spanish-language media campaign highlights importance of family

.- The Catholic Communication Campaign of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a Spanish-language public service campaign that highlights the importance of family and community. The campaign’s theme is La Familia Unida Esperanza en la Vida. (A United Family Has More Hope for Life.)

The series includes eight public service announcements. All were initially produced for radio; while three were also produced for television. The radio spots began in October and were distributed to more than 400 Spanish-language radio stations. The television spots will begin this month.

Ramón Rodríguez, director of development for the Catholic Communication Campaign, said the series reflects real-life situations about issues that have particular interest to the Hispanic community, including guiding young people toward a healthy future, outreach to the elderly, dealing with substance and domestic abuse.

To order copies of the TV and radio spots, contact Accent Media at 703-356-9427.

The Catholic Communication Campaign develops media programming, public service announcements, and other resources to promote Gospel values. This year marks the campaign’s ninth year of radio productions and eight years of television production.

WASHINGTON — The Catholic Communication Campaign of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a Spanish-language public service campaign that highlights the importance of family and community. The campaign’s theme is La Familia Unida Esperanza en la Vida. (A United Family Has More Hope for Life.)

The series includes eight public service announcements. All were initially produced for radio; while three were also produced for television. The radio spots began in October and were distributed to more than 400 Spanish-language radio stations. The television spots will begin this month.

Ramón Rodríguez, director of development for the Catholic Communication Campaign, said the series reflects real-life situations about issues that have particular interest to the Hispanic community, including guiding young people toward a healthy future, outreach to the elderly, dealing with substance and domestic abuse.

To order copies of the TV and radio spots, contact Accent Media at 703-356-9427.

The Catholic Communication Campaign develops media programming, public service announcements, and other resources to promote Gospel values. This year marks the campaign’s ninth year of radio productions and eight years of television production. 


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