SAN ANTONIO, TX -– Tejano 360 Network relaunches Tejano Next. The show previously showcased music videos by Tejano music artists. Tejano music has evolved and so has the show. Tejano Next will focus on featuring Tejano Next-generation Tejano artists and their music by interviewing these performers.
Tejano music has its internationally famed La Mafia, Selena, and Emilio Navaira as well as legendary artists such as Little Joe y La Familia, Ruben Ramos and the Mexican Revolution, and Jimmy Gonzalez y Grupo Mazz. Now, Tejano fans will be introduced to up-and-coming artists who want to carry the torch and ensure Tejano music continues.
Tejano Next premieres Thursday, May 19, 2022, at 3 pm CT with Premios Tejano Mundial multi winners Siggno. The show is hosted by Andrea Gonzales and recorded at the Tejano 360 Network studio in San Antonio. It will stream exclusively on Tejano 360+ apps and Roku. New episodes will be released
every other Thursday at 3 pm.
About Tejano 360 Network
Tejano 360 Network specializes in programming that targets an audience that loves Tejano culture. These programs include Tejano Late Night, Tejano Next, and Chicana Chisme. In April 2020, Tejano 360 Network began “broadcasting” programming on its website, www.tejano360network.com. It, then, transitioned to Tejano 360+ mobile app (iOS and Android) and OTT (Over-the-top) media service via Roku in late 2021 to meet the demands of its targeted audience. Tejano 360 Network through its social media platforms is a Tejano influencer. Across the
different social media outlets, thousands of Tejano fans are being reached globally.
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