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Latino Daily News

Friday November 12, 2010

Reknown Latin American Pundit Jaime Bayly Returns to American Television

Mega TV, the television entity of Spanish Broadcasting, announced the return of the renowned international journalist, author and host Jaime Bayly to its primetime programming. Starting Monday, November 15 “Bayly” will reach millions of homes across the United States, Latin America, Puerto Rico, and the rest of the Caribbean.

Jaime returns to Mega TV to host a new season of “Bayly”, an entertainment/news show with a “late night show” look and feel.  Bayly interviews top celebrities, presents compelling human stories, and the latest news.

This new phase of Jaime Bayly on Mega TV, marks his triumphant return to American television, promising the viewers to enjoy a distinctive “Bayly”... more amusing, exciting, and wittier than ever… without missing his trademark of controversy and his keen vision of reality.

Jaime Bayly, born in Lima, Peru in 1965 is a respected television presenter with vast credibility throughout Latin America, besides being a writer widely read and praised by critics, his vocation for journalism, has led him to enjoy a cherished career in the field, for more than two decades. He has contributed with weekly opinion columns in major newspapers around the world including “Veintitres” in Argentina, “Correo” from Peru, and “El Nuevo Herald” from Miami.

He has won two literary prizes in Spain, the Herralde publisher prize in 1997 and a finalist of the Planeta award in 2005. As a writer he has published nine novels and a book of poetry in Spain and Latin America.  Two of his novels have been made into films: “No se lo digas a nadie” and “La mujer de mi hermano”.