Why Que Pasa?


The show, combined with the robust website, will tell the story of “Nosotros” in the Tri State area, with an emphasis on New Jersey. Who covers the success stories of Hispanic Americans in the region? This ability for the show to be that needed Storyteller, aligns with the spirit of your company and its constituents. We will deliver the important messages and your company will be our partner, supporter and ally from day one of the launch.



30-minutes episodes CONFIRMED to air this year on NJTV

1.5 MILLION viewers monthly for all NJTV programming

500,000+ monthly viewers of NJTV News via broadcast & digital

100% statewide coverage

(see where to watch HERE)

Mon-Sun prime time (8pm-11pm) ranges from 15,000-50,000+ viewers per show

Carlos Medina

WHY Que Pasa?

Increase Your Business Reach and Visibility

Associate Your Brand with Trusted Content

Reach a Valuable, Influential Audience

Reach the Entire New York Metro and New Jersey Region

Break Through the Media Clutter

Engage Across All Formats and Platforms


Little or no Hispanic Programming on PBS in the Tri State area: We will become the “go to” and leader in Hispanic story telling.

Mailing list will exceed 80,000 unique e-mail addresses.

Content will be cut into mini episodes of 3 to 12 minutes (how younger viewers consume their information)

Hispanic-Americans are more likely to consume their content on their smartphones. Our site will be able to handle this usage and will cater to them with unique content.

The Chamber, The Show website and The business magazine will distribute these mini segments via their databases and via social media. We have multiple social Media Ambassadors ready to sign agreements with the show.

The robust Show website will house these segments and all distribution will direct the users back to the website. This allows a few more advertising opportunities not subject to PBS advertising guidelines.

Carlos interviews fashion designer Stella Nolasco & award-winning actor, singer, and filmmaker J.W. Cortes

Carlos interviews actress Zoë Saldaña for PBS/NJTV show.



Carlos Medina

Carlos Medina is a Graduate of Rutgers Newark and Rutgers Law School Newark He is the President of a firm, with a long and rich history in New Jersey, Robinson Aerial, Inc specializing in mapping and engineering An advocate for volunteerism, Mr Medina also serves on various non profit boards
  • In January 2019 Mr Medina became President and CEO of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (SHCCNJ having served as Chairman since 2012 The SHCCNJ is the voice of the 119 000 Hispanic owned businesses in New Jersey that contribute over 20 billion annually to the State’s economy To raise awareness, and promote diversity in entrepreneurship, Mr Medina regularly discusses issues important to the members of SHCCNJ and the business community, during appearances on various TV Networks including ABC 7 WWOR 9 and NJTV
  • Mr Medina serves as Corporate Board Member of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ With sales in excess 13 billion dollars annually, Horizon is one of the country’s premiere health insurance companies Mr Medina serves as a member on the following subcommittees Governance, Audit, Personnel and Compensation
  • Mr Medina has received many awards for his company’s achievements, community service and leadership They include
  • Professional of the Year award from the Hispanic State Parade of New Jersey (a non profit organization working to unify diverse communities and promoting cultural traditions and accomplishments) 2006
  • Outstanding MBE award, ANCHIN 2011
  • LUPE Compadre Award In recognition of your volunteer service to the New Jersey Business Community and in particular we recognize your empowerment of Latina Entrepreneurs, October 2015
  • Farleigh Dickinson University Puerta al Futuro Community Service Award July 2015
  • Friends of the HRIC Maria DeCastro Community Service Award In recognition of Community Service to Latinos in New Jersey May 2015
  • National Coalition of Latino Officers Community Service Award June 2016
  • Good Scout Award Oct 2016 Boy Scouts of America 2016
  • New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Awards CFNJ Community Pillar Award 2017
  • Illustrious Award Institute for Latino Studies 2017
  • SLA LTPAG Jose Marti’ Award 2019
  • “Grand Marshall” of the 2019 New Jersey Hispanic Parade

Khoa Le

Khoa Le is the award winning owner of K Vibe Studio in Jersey City NJ.

A 50 person organization housed within an 8,000 square foot multi media studio.

A graduate of both Julliard and Rutgers a few of Khoa’s most notable recent directing and producing efforts include:

Walt Before Mickey”-  Feature Film

This Feature Films tells the story of Walt Disney and his career before and after development of his iconic character , Mickey Mouse.

Jose Feliciano (Untitled)  Feature Film

A documentary about the legendary Latin Artist.

Vanilla Ice – Wide Open * Feature Film

This documentary dives into the life and struggles of the Hip Hop legend.

Kvibe Productions LLC Cultivating and developing a content creation company working with over 50 people in the organization. The vision is to create to inspire as an organization. Creating and cultivating environments that fosters great opportunities, passion, and tasteful artistry that can inspire. I believe that when you build an organization with a purpose and staying true to the core values, the right people will come and help further the vision of creating to inspire.

Marc Falcon | Post Production Producer | Editor

  • Post Production Producer at Kvibe Studios.
  • Some of his clients include Creative Artists Agency, Ernst and Young, Cartier and Facebook.
  • A New Jersey native, Marc is a graduate of New Jersey City University.

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