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AOL Latino launches official partnership with the Reverend Father Alberto Cutié

Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 24, 2011

Padre Alberto Cutié Partners with AOL Latino as Official Face and ‘Influencer’

Miami, FL – March 21, 2011

The world is about to see the smiling face of America’s favorite priest – and for good reason – pop up in yet another major media outlet: the home page of AOL Latino.

Padre Alberto Cutié, the famous priest whose once-clandestine love life broke national headlines on the beaches of Miami back in 2009, can now add Influencer for AOL Latino to his résumé.

The role will entail everything from contributing content regularly about the topics, events and issues that impact the Latin community, to collaborating with AOL Latino in garnering attention toward events or issues that resonate with the U.S. Hispanic community. This will also feature a special video segment entitled ‘Soy Latino cuando…” on pride and advocacy, enabling influencers to highlight the emotions, sights, hopes, sounds and memories which define today’s Hispanic experience. Editorial contributions on AOL Latino will be promoted in a variety of areas across the extensive AOL Latino network, in addition to cross-promotions with Facebook and Twitter.


The partnership comes on the heels of the January announcement that the Episcopal priest will host his new daytime talk show, “Father Albert,” this summer, which will be produced by Debar-Mercury in Partnership with the Fox Stations, a deal brokered by William Morris Endeavor.

Before that, Father Albert’s deeply personal memoir, Dilemma: A Priest’s Struggle with Faith and Love, hit the New York Times bestseller list.

Padre Alberto will appear as a major face of AOL Latino alongside the likes of TV personality Fernando Arau, Chef and Actor Carlos Mesber, Actor Alejandro Chaban, among other significant influencers in the Latin community that are yet to be disclosed.

Father Albert Cutié is the author of the New York Times bestseller Dilemma: A Priest’s Struggle with Faith and Love In the summer of 2011, his new talk-show ‘Father Albert’, will be produced by Debmar-Mercury in partnership with the Fox Stations. Since 1999, Father Albert has had the special privilege of entering millions of homes throughout the world with his television and radio talk shows, as well as his newspaper advice columns. He was the first priest to host a daily talk show as part of a major network on national and international secular television. His first self-help book, Real Life, Real Love was published by Penguin and became a best-seller in Spanish. He is now a married priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. Visit his website at: www.padrealberto.com.

AOL Latino builds key partnerships with thinkers, celebrities, journalists, and community leaders who want to join the conversation where the authentic voices and views of today’s US Hispanic community are presented, discussed, debated and shared. Its stated aim is to be the home for influential Hispanics who want to speak candidly and informatively about local, national and international issues, events and trends which matter most to them to define a new American mainstream for Hispanics.

To read the publication in Spanish on AOL, Please visit AOL.

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