LOS ANGELES, Sept. 25, 2019 — Today, Autoproyecto LLC announced that Al Vázquez, veteran automotive journalist and North America Car and Truck of the Year (NACTOY) juror, has joined the Autoproyecto editorial team as a Senior Contributor for Autoproyecto.com and DriveLatino.com.
Mr. Vazquez will expand the team’s video creation capabilities as part of Autoproyecto’s video-first strategy. His long-format videos will consist of vehicle test-drives, auto show reveals and special features that will appear on Autoproyecto.com and DriveLatino.com, but more importantly, its streaming (OTT) channels.
“Autoproyecto currently is the only Spanish-language automotive channel on Apple TV, Amazon, and ROKU,” said Camilo Alfaro, Autoproyecto CEO and founder.” Al’s long-format videos will be a perfect addition for our OTT viewers that are seeking laid back, educative and entertaining automotive stories.”
Al Vázquez has a career of more than 20 years as an automotive journalist. He is one of only two Hispanic judges of the prestigious North America Car and Truck of the Year organization, which is made up of approximately 50 professional automotive journalists and select the best car and truck of the year each January.
I’m looking forward to this new chapter in my career and working with Autoproyecto,” said Mr. Vazquez, “It’s a natural evolution for both of us and our strengths are very complementary.”
In addition to being the editor of Fama magazine since 1992, Vázquez is also an outstanding filmmaker who has produced the 13-episode series “Descubriendo Historias,” aired by CNN Latino and Mundo Fox in the United States. His automotive-themed Youtube channel has more than 106,000 subscribers and 500,000 thousand visits per month.
Autoproyecto.com is the only independent and privately owned in-market Spanish language automotive consumer website providing U.S. Hispanics with the latest automotive news, tips and reviews that assist in the purchase of a new/used vehicle. The site also operates its own automotive channel, Autoproyecto TV on OTT (Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV). The site is operated by Autoproyecto LLC, based in Los Angeles, California.
DriveLatino.com is an automotive lifestyle site targeting English-dominant Latinx car enthusiasts. The site’s goal is to deliver popular car-culture news and information in a format that matches today’s online readers interests. DriveLatino.com is part of the Autoproyecto Network.
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