La Voz... Argentina
La Voz is an Argentine reality talent show that premiered on Telefe in 2012. Based on the reality singing competition The Voice of Holland, the series was created by Dutch television producer John de Mol; the series is part of The Voice franchise and is based on a similar competition format in the Netherlands entitled The Voice of Holland won by Ben Saunders. The first Argentine series will be hosted by Marley, with Candelaria Molfese serving as the backstage and social networking correspondent; the winner will receive a record deal with Universal Republic. The show will be the second singing competition broadcast by Telefe, after the success of the Argentine version of Operación Triunfo, aired from 2003 to 2009, it will compete against another singing competition broadcast by the competito channel, El Trece, Cantando por un Sueño, hosted by José María Listorti. The series consists of three phases: a blind audition, a battle phase, live performance shows. Four judges/coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process.
Each judge has the length of the auditioner's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team. Each team of singers is developed by its respective coach. In the second stage, called the battle phase, coaches have two of their team members battle against each other directly by singing the same song together, with the coach choosing which team member to advance from each of individual "battles" into the first live round. Within that first live round, the surviving four acts from each team again compete head-to-head, with public votes determining one of two acts from each team that will advance to the final eight, while the coach chooses which of the remaining three acts comprises the other performer remaining on the team. In the final phase, the remaining contestants compete against each other in live broadcasts; the television audience and the coaches have equal say 50/50 in deciding who moves on to the final 4 phase. With one team member remaining for each coach, the contestants compete against each other in the finale with the outcome decided by public vote.
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La Voz (U.S. TV series)
La Voz U. S is an American singing competition television series for aspiring Latino singers aged 18 or older, unlike the English counterpart, is broadcast on Telemundo; the series is the American-Spanish adaptation of the Dutch show The Voice of Holland. La Voz U. S is the Spanish version of the successful NBC program The Voice nationwide in the United States; the show consists of choosing singing talents from a group of contestants who stand out for their vocal qualities. What makes La Voz different from any other talent program is that, during the Blind auditions, participants can only be chosen by their voice. Four music personalities will have their chairs turn the backs to the stage, so nothing about the contestant's physical appearance can intervene to the selection process; each team of singers is oriented and developed by their coach. In the second stage, coaches pit two of his/her team members against each other, singing the same song, with the respective coach choosing which team member should advance.
In the final phase, the other contestants compete with each other in live broadcasts. The television audience votes to decide; when only one remains for each coach, the four contestants compete with each other in the final. The winner receives a monetary record contract with Universal Music Group; the show debuted on January 2019 on Telemundo. Throughout the competition, several stages are included, as: In the national casting, participants in their 15 broadcasts are selected; the coaches do not attend but members of the production team team did. The casting procedure can be online or in person in any of the following cities: First season, 2018: Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, New York, San Antonio, Miami, In the first season, auditions began on June 23, 2018; the four coaches' chairs will turn their backs to the participants, allowing them to judge a contestant only by their voices. If the coach like the participant's voice, he/she will press the "I WANT YOU" button that will turn the chair around, in front of the participant, indicating that the participant has been selected.
If more than one coach presses the button, the participant will have the option to decide who they want to work with in the competition, but if only one coach presses the button, the participant will automatically go to his/her team. If none of the coaches press the button, the participant is eliminated. In this stage. At the end each coach will make the decision to choose one to move to the next stage, the other will be eliminated. However, other coaches cam save a number of eliminated contestants if the eliminated one is suitable for being "stolen" by pressing the "I WANT YOU" button. If more than one coach presses the button, the participant will choose their new coach. In order for coaches to have a choice of voice at this stage, coaches bring advisers to help their team prepare for the Battles; this is the last stage. The participant named La Voz must have two important points: the approval of his coach and great public acceptance; each season is different mechanics, the only thing, the same is that each participant makes a live performance for the public'svote.
Participant can get eliminated. In the Finale there should be 4 participants left and the winner will be called La voz U. S. On May 10, 2018, Telemundo announced that they would premiere the Spanish-language version of NBC singing competition The Voice in 2019, called La Voz, with Luis Fonsi tapped as the first coach. On July 5, 2018, Telemundo announced Alejandra Guzmán has joined the show as a coach, followed by Wisin on July 12. On September 13, 2018, it was confirned that Carlos Vives would be joining the show as the fourth and final coach. Jorge Bernal and Jéssica Cediel debuted as hosts for the first season. Coaches gallery Winner Runner-up Third place Fourth placeWinners are in bold, finalists in finale listed first, stolen artists are in italicized font, eliminated artists are in small font; the first season of La Voz premiered on January 13, 2019. The original coaching panel consists of Alejandra Guzmán, Luis Fonsi and Carlos Vives. Jorge Bernal, Jacqueline Bracamontes and Jéssica Cediel appeared as the hosts.
This season featured three stages: battle round and live shows. The second season of La Voz premiered on TBA
La Voz (Mexican TV series)
La Voz is a Mexican singing competition television series broadcast on TV Azteca. It is based on the format of The Voice originated in the Netherlands and part of the international franchise The Voice created by television producer John de Mol. Mexico is the first Spanish-speaking country to adapt the first among 6 globally; the show began its first season on September 11, 2011, under the production of Televisa executive producer Miguel Angel Fox. The series' first episode scored a rating of 28.2/47.1, surpassing Spanish-language TV series La Academia rating of 9.6/17. The second season began on September 9, 2012 as scheduled, though was delayed before the airing of its final episode due to the death of judge Jenni Rivera, who died in a plane crash in Iturbide, Nuevo León on December 9, 2012, dedicating an entire episode as a tribute to the late singer; the last series produced by Televisa had Lele Pons as host and Maluma, Carlos Rivera and Natalia Jiménez as jury. In 2019, the license of the The Voice format was acquired from Televisa to TV Azteca.
A new edition has been announced for this season under a different title with the leadership of Jimena Pérez and with Ricardo Montaner, Yahir and Lupillo Rivera as Coaches. The official website says of the program: is a television program that sets aside the appearance of any competitor, that matters is finding a new voice to the end the program; the Voice... Mexico tries to find candidates with real vocal skills, and for that, four major music stars, are responsible for finding and training the next great Voice of Mexico. " This program has become a famous, because unlike other programs so far, this is divided into three parts and the artist do not have to be locked up half a year with teachers in a school. The series consists of three phases: a blind audition, a battle phase, live performance shows. Four judges/coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process; each judge has the length of the auditioner's performance to decide if he or she wants that singer on his or her team.
Each team of singers is developed by its respective coach. In the second stage, called The Battle Rounds, coaches have two of their team members battle against each other directly by singing the same song together, with the coach choosing which team member to advance from each of individual "Battles" into the first live round. In the second season, a new stage was added, in which, coaches can save a member of their team, eliminated in the Round of Battles. In this new stage, each coach will select two eliminated contestants. In the end only one of them continues onto the Live Shows. Within the first live show, the surviving acts from each team again compete head-to-head, with public votes determining one of five acts from each team that will advance to the Final Eight, while the coach chooses which of the remaining three acts comprises the other performer remaining on the team. In the final phase, the remaining contestants compete against each other in live broadcasts for the public's vote; the television audience and the coaches have equal say 50/50 in deciding who moves on to the Final 4 phase.
With one team member remaining for each coach, the contestants compete against each other in the finale with the outcome decided by public vote. Current Coaches Former Coaches Coaches' advisors – Winning Coach/Contestant. Winners are in eliminated contestants in small font. – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant First listed. – 3rd Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant First listed. – 4th Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant First listed. La Voz Kids is the Mexican version of The Voice Kids; the first season of the Mexican version of La Voz Kids premiered on March 12, 2017 on the same channel as the adult version. The presenter of the first edition is Yuri, a coach of La Voz... Mexico in its fourth season; the coaches were Rosario and a double chair composed of Emmanuel and Mijares. Coaches Coaches' advisors – Winning Coach/Contestant. Winners are in eliminated contestants in small font. – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed. – 3rd Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed.
– 4th Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant First listed. La Voz is the new Mexican version of The Voice, produced by TV Azteca, it will be broadcast by Azteca Uno, the host will be Jimena Pérez and the Coaches will be Ricardo Montaner, Yahir and Lupillo Rivera. This new edition began on 12 March, 2019. Current Coaches – Winning Coach/Contestant. Winners are in eliminated contestants in small font. – Runner-Up Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed. – 3rd Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant first listed. – 4th Place Coach/Contestant. Final contestant First listed
La Voz de Houston
La Voz de Houston is a Spanish-language weekly newspaper distributed by the Houston Chronicle, a subsidiary of the Houston Chronicle. The newspaper's offices are located in the Houston Chronicle's newspaper production plant at the 610 Loop and U. S. Route 59; this plant is the former Houston Post headquarters. Before the Chronicle acquisition, the paper was published by the La Voz Publishing Corp. headquartered in Houston. Armando and Olga Ordóñez, refugees from Cuba, established La Voz de Houston in 1979; the couple used a small house as the newspaper's offices. Armando and Olga wrote articles and operated the paper, while their children and Laura, helped produce La Voz. Armando Ordóñez died in 1984, so Olga Ordóñez became the sole owner of the paper. Under her leadership La Voz de Houston gained a circulation of 100,000. 35,000 of the circulation consisted of copies that were distributed on Wednesdays to subscribers of the Houston Chronicle. Before the acquisition by the Houston Chronicle, La Voz de Houston had 14 employees.
For a 13-year period before the 2004 acquisition, La Voz and the Houston Chronicle were in a partnership. The Chronicle distributed and printed La Voz and the Chronicle sold advertisements and shared some stories. On Thursday December 2, 2004 the Houston Chronicle purchased La Voz. Ordóñez remained as the publisher of La Voz; as an employee of the Houston Chronicle she began reporting to Jack Sweeney, the publisher of the Houston Chronicle. The 14 employees of La Voz de Houston became Houston Chronicle employees; the offices of La Voz de Houston moved to their current location. With the sale, La Voz began to receive editorial support from the Chronicle; the newspaper is written in a standard mainstream Spanish so that Hispanics of many national backgrounds can understand the content. As of 2004 the weekly newspaper has a circulation of 100,000; the newspaper's sections include news, food and entertainment. In 2009, La Voz reporter Jorge Luis Sierra won two first place awards for News and Features in the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors 2009 competition.
In 2010 Héctor Pina of La Voz won the first place award for opinion writing in the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors 2010 competition for the best journalism work. List of Spanish-language newspapers published in the United States La Voz de Houston Archives of the website - chron.com/spanish Archives of the website - lavozdehouston.com La Voz de Houston. Echo Media