October 16, 2015
A 90-minute live specialcentered on Hispanic pride in the world of sports
For the third consecutive year, ESPN celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a TV special from the award-winning platform One Nación in a first-time joint production with FUSION, the media network owned by Disney/ABC and Univision. The one-hour special – an additional 30-minutes bonus-, aired live from FUSION’s studios in Miami, and featured segments from the iconic Clevelander Hotel in South Beach, with a live audience of South Florida’s most avid sports fans. The event was anchored by ESPN’s Max Bretos, Antonietta “Toni” Collins and Freddy Lomeli, alongside FUSION’s soccer expert Fernando Vila. The celebration was complemented by a special appearance from the Miami Heat, and the company of local sports fans.
Photos with captions below.
South Beach, FL – October 14, 2015 – ESPN Deportes host Freddy Lomeli interviews Miami Heat player Chris Bosh on the set of One Nación, at the Clevelander Hotel. (Photo by Rodrigo Varela / ESPN Images)
South Beach, FL – October 14, 2015 – ESPN and ESPN Deportes co-hosts Max Bretos and Toni Collins celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with FUSION’s Fernando Vila at the set of One Nación. (Photo by Rodrigo Varela ESPN Images)