Award Winning Asian Voices Premiers on Yurview Cable TV Networks

AWARD WINNING ASIAN VOICES TELEVISION SHOW LAUNCHES THIRD SEASON

ON YURVIEW NATIONAL CABLE TV NETWORKS

June 22, 2017

San Diego, CA –  Asian Voices received a Telly Award and FilAm Humanitarian Award this year in recognition of its contribution to preserving and promoting the Asian and Pacific Islander culture and history in the US.

The award winning show premieres its third season today on Cox and Time Warner Cable networks. With an estimated viewership of over 7 million households in Southern California through recently launched YurView national cable network, Asian Voices is the only television show produced in English that features the Asian & Pacific (API) community and culture in the US. The third season will showcase all new stories about API culture, art, lifestyle, entertainment and people.

Asian Voices Telly Award

Executive Producer and host Cathlyn Choi says the format for Asian Voices has also been modified to present the stories in a more intimate and personal manner. “After reviewing our last 2 seasons featuring segment hosts, we have decided to eliminate that interview style in order to present the subjects and stories shared with our viewers in a more direct and intimate way.”

FilAmHumanitarianAward

Asian Voices is scheduled to air Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6PM on Cox & Time Warner Channel 4 in San Diego. Please check local listings or visit the Asian Voices website at: www.asianvoices.tv for other cities including Orange County and LA.

A special free screening of the show and reception was hosted by Asian Culture and Media Alliance and the Producers at the Shozen Manpo BBQ in San Diego last Thursday, June 22 from 6PM-8PM.

About Asian Culture and Media Alliance or ACMA

ACMA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a voice of unity and empowerment for the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities through the power of Television and Online media. Our main objective is to empower and promote commonalities amongst all Asian and Pacific Islander communities and create awareness of Asian culture, art, events and businesses through media, networking, educational and cultural events.

For information on Asian Voices, visit www.asianvoices.tv

 

 

 

 

Cathlyn Choi Invitational Golf Tournament


ACMA proudly presents celebrity golfer Garry Templeton to join our 2nd annual golf tournament!

Garry Lewis Templeton, nicknamed “Jumpsteady”, (born March 24, 1956 in Lockney, Texas) is a former shortstop in Major League Baseball who played for the St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres, and New York Mets from 1976 to 1991. He was named team captain of the Padres by manager Larry Bowa in 1987, and assumed that role until he was traded to the New York Mets for Tim Teufel in 1991. After his retirement as an active player in 1991, Templeton stayed in the game as a coach and minor-league manager. From 1998 through 2001, he managed in the Anaheim Angels organization for four different teams, posting a 294-272 record. From 2003 to 2004, he managed the Gary Railcats of the Northern League, moving on to manage the Golden Baseball League’s Fullerton Flyers in 2005. After three years with the Flyers, he would move on to manage the Arizona Winter League’s Palm Springs Chill in 2008, then would return to the GBL to manage the Long Beach Armada in 2009. He managed the Chico Outlaws to the GBL Championship in 2010. Templeton was inducted into the San Diego Padres Hall of Fame on August 8, 2015.

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