AOL Latino Announces New Social Networking Area, Latino AIM Pages
Launch Includes the Official Online Site For Roselyn Sanchez’s Latest Film “Yellow”
NEW YORK, June 01.- AOL Latino, the leading bilingual portal for U.S. Hispanics, today launched Latino AIM Pages (http://latino.aimpages.com), a social networking service built on the popular AIM platform that lets Hispanics connect with friends and family in new ways. As part of the launch, AOL Latino worked with Roselyn Sanchez to create a bilingual site featuring exclusive trailers, behind the scenes footage, photo galleries and a blog -- updated weekly by Sanchez – for her new movie, “Yellow” (http://yellowthemovie.com). The film is scheduled for theatrical release on June 22.
“We’re excited to partner with Roselyn to launch this new service and to showcase this latest facet in her career as an actress and a producer,” said Miguel Ferrer, director of programming, AOL Latino. “With the unique customization features found in Latino AIM Pages, we are confident that Hispanics will find this to be the best place online to express their creativity, showcase ideas and share their thoughts with others.”
“I’m honored to work with AOL Latino to create a website for my new film,” said Sanchez. “Today’s Hispanic is rapidly embracing the Web – logging on every day for hours. Teaming with AOL Latino is the perfect way to promote my picture and connect with my fans.”
Latino AIM® Pages builds on AOL’s popular AIM® service and iconic Buddy List® feature, letting users build personalized Web profiles to express their creativity and communicate and interact with friends in the U.S. and Latin America. Its easy-to-use tools make it simple to share hobbies, blog entries, photos and more.
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