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By Suzanne

Eva Longoria

Interview with Eva Longoria, Danielle Lynn, Delia de la Vara and Flavio Morales. of the ALMA Awards on NBC 10/9/14

I didn't have a question for Eva Longoria, but it was still great to be on this call with these nice people. The ALMA awards are very entertaining.

Moderator: Danielle Lynn
October 9, 2014
12:30 pm CT

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen thank you for standing by and welcome to the ALMA Awards on MSNBC conference call. During the presentation all participants will be in a listen-only mode. Afterwards we will conduct a question and answer session. At that time if you have a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. If at any time during the conference you need to reach an operator please press Star 0. As a reminder this conference is being recorded Thursday, October 9, 2014. And I’d like to turn the conference over to Danielle Lynn, Media Relations Manager at MSNBC. Please go ahead.

Danielle Lynn: Hi. Thank you everyone for joining us. With us on this call we’re delighted to have our ALMA awards host, Eva Longoria as well as Delia de la Vara from NCLR and ALMA’s producer Flavio Morales. And because time is limited and we do have a lot of outlets on the line today I’d like to ask for everyone to please only ask questions about the ALMAs and that we limit one question per outlet so that we can get to everyone . Before I turn this over to Ms. De la Vara to tell you a little bit more about the show I want to remind you to tune into the ALMAs on MSNBC at 10:00 pm Eastern, 7:00 pm Pacific on Friday night.

It will be immediately followed with an After the Alma Special. Delia do you want to take it?

Delia de la Vara: Yes thank you. Thank you all. My name is Delia de la Vada. I’m vice president for National Council of La Raza, the largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States. I’m also one of the producers of the 2014 NCLR ALMA Awards and on behalf of our president and CEO Janet Murguia and the National Council of La Raza I want to thank you all for joining us today.

NCLR is the organization behind the ALMA awards. We created the award show in 1995 as a complement to our work advocating for Latino families and the Latino community in the United States and to honor Latino contributions to film, television and music. Although we started the show in 1995 this year in particular marks a special year as it marks the fifteenth presentation of the show so a little bit of a quinceanera that we’re highlighting and celebrating throughout the show and you’ll hear more about that from our producers.

We are live this year as Danielle mentioned on MSNBC. We are also live on Mun2 and we’re excited to be working with Phil Griffin and his team there at MSNBC. Through the NCLR Alma Awards partnership we look forward to a long-lasting relationship that brings increased Latino presence and perspective to news coverage on the issues of the day.

We’d also like to give a special thank you to the Comcast NBC Universal family and David Cohen who has guided this partnership and engaged many other partners and platforms under the Comcast NBCU umbrella to support the ALMA awards including, as I mentioned Mun2 as well as extended programming on MSNBC and other digital platforms including the After the ALMAs with Alex Wagner on MSNBC, Mu2 and Telemundo as well.

The NCLR ALMA awards celebrates the achievement of Latinos in the entertainment industry but we’re also taking a moment to bring a focus to the causes and issues these individuals are passionate about and that makes perfect sense for an organization that values service to communities like NCLR. We also want to give special thanks to our executive producers, Eva Longoria who has been a true friend and a long-time supporter of both NCLR and the ALMA awards both as mentioned earlier as co-host of the show but also most importantly for us lending her hand in rolling up her sleeves as executive producer and helping shape and revamp and bring the show forward.

And of course we want to thank Mario Lopez, another good friend of NCLR’s who is our co-host for this year. NCLR is about opening the doors of opportunity and as much as we celebrate what happens in front of the camera we also seek to promote opportunities in the entertainment industry behind the camera as well and we’re very pleased to be working again with Latino-led Big Vida Entertainment and the collective experience of the executives, Flavio Morales, Sergio Alfaro and John Ehrhard as well as the diverse production team they are bringing to the project.

In short the ALMA awards are going to be - we know they’re going to be a great show, great viewing this year and we encourage you to tune in on October 10. And that’s all I have from NCLR. I think I’ll turn it back to you Danielle.

Danielle Lynn: Yes we’re now ready for questions so if you want to go ahead and send those over.

Operator: Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen if you would like to register for a question please press the 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. You will hear a three-tone prompt to acknowledge your request. If your question has been answered and you would like to withdraw from your registration please press the 1 followed by the 3 and if you’re using a speakerphone please lift your handset before entering your request. One moment please for the first question. And our first question comes from Jeanne Jakle with San Antonio Express News

Jeanne Jakle: Hi. Thank you for this call. This question is for Eva Longoria. As you know your adopted city of San Antonio is highly Latino and we are always big supporters of the ALMA awards here but I was wondering if this year people in San Antonio can look for more of a San Antonio connection of any kind like a performer or a presenter or a nominee or anything like that that I can talk about?

Eva Longoria: Hi how are you. Good to hear your voice. Well your San Antonio connection is me.

Jeanne Jakle: I know that. (Unintelligible).

Eva Longoria: Yes and you know last year we had Sebastian de la Cruz on so that was a really big proud moment for San Antonio and everybody whether you live in San Antonio or Las Angeles or Chicago or Florida or New York I feel there’s something for everybody in the ALMA’s, in this award show. I’m constantly surprised at how many people are from Texas once I dig deep enough to go what, you’re from where?

And so we want to make sure that this is an all-inclusive show celebrating all the contributions that Latinos are making towards portraying positive images in television, film and music. So for me living in San Antonio as well and having so many strong ties there I feel like I am always representing not only San Antonio but the State of Texas and not only the State of Texas but Latinos everywhere.

Jeanne Jakle: Okay thanks Eva.

Eva Longoria: You’re welcome.

Operator: Our next question comes from Suzanne Lanoue with TV MegaSite. Please go ahead.

Suzanne Lanoue: Good morning. I was wondering-- why do you think that the ALMA awards continue to thrive and be so popular more and more each year?

Delia de la Vara: Who is that question for?

Suzanne Lanoue: Anyone can answer.

Delia de la Vara: Go ahead somebody.

Danielle Lynn: Yes this is Danielle. This is Danielle with NCLR. We’ve been very committed to it. The organization, our founder (unintelligible) had a vision for a show like this that was needed. It was actually developed out of a report that identified that there was a lack not only of roles and opportunities for Latinos in entertainment and media to tell our stories but that the portrayals were not accurate.

And so I think people support the show and tune into it because it’s missing from their TV lineup. They want to see a celebration of what our contributions are across the spectrum and one of the things I hear a lot in the feedback from our viewers -- online and after the show -- is how proud our viewers feel about being able to see themselves reflected on TV.

They bring their families out. It’s a big family friends event or night for them to celebrate because it’s not often that we see so many positive examples of the work being done in television and film and the contributions that are being made throughout the music industry by Latinos and seeing that demonstrated as part of the American fabric, the American culture, that it’s not a separate thing, it is part of who we are in the country. And I think those contributions and being able to see that in a public and accessible way is one of the things that keeps people coming back for more.

It’s also a place where talent can come and regroup with each other and support each other. I think Eva and some of the other talent that we have at the show have often said it’s a little bit of a reunion -- knock on wood -- because everybody is working and busy and the ALMA awards are a place for them to celebrate in person as much as we celebrate across the country.

And that’s another special thing for us to have moved the show into Hispanic Heritage Month so it really is part of a national celebration during Hispanic Heritage Month and I think those are a couple key reasons that keep people tuning in and then obviously it requires support so our advertisers and our partners like Comcast NBCU see also value and opportunity in working as partners with us to bring this type of programming and enhanced type of programming -- diverse programming -- through those different platforms in television and through cable and digital as well.

Suzanne Lanoue: Well thanks. I look forward to them.

Danielle Lynn: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from Jay Jacobs with Please go ahead.

Jay Jacobs: Yes hi. I know that Eva and the NCLR have been very politically active. I know the award show is celebrating the arts but will the show also do anything to help raise awareness about the very important elections we have coming up in about a month and getting people out to vote?

Danielle Lynn: Absolutely. We are absolutely going to be reminding people to get out and vote and how important their vote is. This is a very big platform we have with MSNBC and every year that we’ve had the opportunity to remind people of their civic duty -- whether it was the presidential election or mid-term elections we definitely take advantage of having this audience available to us and so we will use that because at the end of the day the show is produced by NCLR which is an advocacy group and so this is one of their main missions to make sure that not only are we represented in entertainment but throughout every sector of what this country has to offer and so we want to make sure that we do get that message out.

Jay Jacobs: Great thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from Karen Moul with SciFi Vision. Please go ahead.

Karen Moul: Hi everybody. Thanks for being on with us today. The lifetime achievement award this year will go to Charo. Eva you may have been a little young to have watched her television career in the 70's. but I was wondering if you could speak to as a performer yourself what Charo meant to you and means to you today.

Eva Longoria: Yes. I do remember Charo because she was my father’s favorite. But I just remember thinking her of being a Lucille Ball and we’ve done a lot to really remember all of those people who came before us, honoring Linda Ronstadt before and all of these pioneers -- Rita Moreno -- who really paved the way for all of these people that will be on stage on Friday night and so it’s a big honor to be able to recognize her and that’s one thing that we do as producers of NCLR is we kind of really look at the people on whose shoulders we’re standing on and making sure we applaud them.

Karen Moul: I’m looking forward to seeing her especially. Thank you very much.

Eva Longoria: Yes.

Operator: Our next question comes from Angela Dawson with Front Row Features. Please go ahead.

Angela Dawson: Hi Eva. I had a question. You’ve hosted an award show before. I think it was the MTV Europe Music Awards. I’m just wondering do you ever get butterflies still and will it help that you’ll have your friend Mario Lopez up on stage with you?

Eva Longoria: Yes I always get nervous. I actually am not a fan of hosting. I’m not a fan of being myself. I’d rather be a character and say lines that are written for me as another person so hosting for me definitely makes me very nervous but it is great that I’m doing it with my great friend Mario. We have such shorthand and such an energy between us because we’ve known each other for so long and also he’s just great. He’s great at that stuff so I kind of just lean on him and throw everything to him as he’s the professional host.

Angela Dawson: Great thank you.

Eva Longoria: You’re welcome.

Operator: Our next question comes from Aaron Sanchez with NBC News Radio. Please go ahead.

Aaron Sanchez: Hi. My question really is twofold. One, we often talk about what we need to do further as a Latino community but can you speak on what the ALMA awards has been able to do and achieve even within the last year from the last award show and then my second question I have to throw in there is because when are we going to see a longer show because there’s just too much fit in that one tiny little hour.

Delia de la Vara: Danielle?

Danielle Lynn: Sure. This is Danielle with NCLR. I’ll take a stab at both of those I guess. The ALMA awards is an entertainment show and as the show I think what we’ve been able to do over the course of the past shows and each year over year is a couple things. One like I mentioned in my opening remarks Big Vida, look at opportunities to engage professionals, experts behind the scenes to bring diversity to the production, to give people opportunities and have them work on the ALMA awards but also expose them to other potential business, other potential contracts and diversify that.

And maybe Flavio can speak a little bit more to that with his crew but I think the other platform that the ALMA awards offers is being a stage for emerging talents as much as what Eva mentioned. The combination we look at is being a platform for emerging talent as well as recognizing those who have come before.

The ALMA awards were a platform for Shakira before she was the Shakira we know of now, for Jennifer Lopez, for Christina Aguilera. The ALMA awards stage was a stage that was crossed before they hit their broader US platform. So it has been a milestone and we take that very seriously. We look very closely at the talent that are coming up and try to be as inclusive of folks that might not have the big name right now but are probably going to be the next Eva Longoria, the next Michael Pena and we want to make sure that we’re cultivating that opportunity as well and focusing on the strong talent that we have right here right now.

Flavio do you want to speak to...?

Flavio Morales: No and again I think on every facet. One thing is the people that are receiving an award and presenting and then just the behind the scenes. Being able to be on the production side and find so many great Latino talent like whether it’s writers, lighting designers, stage direction, directors, so it’s a big movement and I think that it’s interesting NCLR and Eva were very passionate about that. They were champions to bring us onboard two years ago so it’s more than just the one-hour broadcast I think.

Danielle Lynn: Absolutely. And in terms of a longer show yes, that’s a struggle the past few years. It’s a financial struggle as much as an opportunity to try to find a window where we can have more airtime so we can offer more and present more awards. We have a pre-show live streamed on so we’re presenting some awards through the live pre-show and then we’ll have an opportunity for some of the honorees and other friends of NCLR to be part of the After the ALMAs show.

So it’s also looking at what are some other platforms and how can we extend the presence of the ALMA awards or the talent that we’re celebrating in other venues as well and not just have this one time a year but how can we look at extending these stories and celebrations throughout the year and in other platforms as well.

Aaron Sanchez: Thank you. Last year was fantastic. I enjoyed every minute. I’m going to enjoy every minute this year.

Danielle Lynn: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from Stephanie Piche with the Red Carpet Report. Please go ahead.

Stephanie Piche: Hi thank you. This question is for anyone. How did you select the 15 moments to highlights from the past 15 years of the shows because there are so many great milestones?

Danielle Lynn: Yes there are a lot of great milestones. We looked at a list of folks who have been past honorees, who have been a part of the show either as presenters or attended and support even if they weren’t presenters. It was difficult to whittle down but we’re also looking at folks who are able to be with us that evening to help us promote and help us add a little bit more to our red carpet opportunity so they can be additional spokespeople and ambassadors and be part of the show even when as Aaron mentioned earlier it’s such a tight one-hour program.

So it was an opportunity to help bring in some of the friends and partners who have been with us over the past 15 shows. There are a few in there that have not been honorees but are close partners and allies of NCLR in other initiatives but related to entertainment and media. So it’s a combination. Most of them are past ALMA awards honorees and then a few of them are NCLR partners around an entertainment or media initiative that we have with them.

For example Fatima with the voice of Dora the Explorer is actually a broader partnership with NCLR around early childhood education and the new Dora - the new voice of Dora that is being launched this year. So we had her as part of our annual conference but for the most part they all have a direct tie to the ALMA awards as having come for past I don’t know maybe six, seven or more shows or been an actual honoree. So they already are very familiar with NCLR’s history and the ALMA awards’ history and can speak to that very comfortably. And that’s how they were selected as our ambassadors.

Stephanie Piche: Excellent thank you so much.

Operator: Our next question comes from (Joseph Nease) with MSNBC. Please go ahead.

Joseph Nease: Hi my question is for Eva. I was thinking about the younger audience that will be watching the show tomorrow and you were on (unintelligible) earlier today in terms of the shifting demographics in this country. What do you think or what message do you have for young Latinos who want to be a performer like you or who hope to achieve great work and activism like you’re doing. What is your message for them?

Eva Longoria: Well I think one of the great things again about the ALMA awards is that it’s produced by NCLR and NCLR has over what - is it 300 Delia, 300 affiliates?

Delia de la Vara: Yes.

Eva Longoria: Yes. Over 300 affiliates across the nation and so luckily throughout the show we have a lot of different platforms that anybody who is watching -- especially if you’re a young person -- will tell you exactly how to be engaged and get involved whether it’s political activism or farm worker activism or education. There’s so many avenues and resources that NCLR has for young people to get engaged, for anybody to get engaged but I think it’s such an amazing resource that is available for anyone and I think that’s very different from your question of how do they (unintelligible) star. I think every time I get the question of somebody saying I want to be famous, that’s the end goal I said well you know you could be a famous dentist, you could be a famous lawyer, you could be a famous astronaut.

There’s many ways to be famous. It doesn’t have to be through acting or singing. And so I think that’s why we put a really big effort into recognizing those humanitarian efforts on our show of people who have done amazing things that are as we call civilians outside of the industry.

Joseph Nease: Great thank you so much.

Operator: And our final question from today is coming from (Courtney Hordray) with Please go ahead.

Courtney Hordray: Hi. Thanks again for talking with us today. So what presenters do you think are going to get people the most excited and people should be most excited to tune in for?

Delia de la Vara: Flavio?

Flavio Morales: Well I think we have this really great moment with a musical performance from a band from Mexico, Café Tacuba. They performed in Coachella; they’ve been on the Tonight Show and Jimmy Kimmel. They’re celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band. I think that’s going to be a great treat.

We are going to be honoring for me personal NFL favorite Tony Gonzales. And I think one moment that we did last year and it worked so well was taking a moment to really show our contributions to this country and we have this great sort of American heroes moment that I think is - I’ll leave it at that. It’s going to be a very special moment that everyone has to tune into and I think that it really strikes a chord back to we are a part of the fabric of America and we have a long, rich history not just in entertainment so we want to be able to share.

So we have 44 minutes to set together a really great show and then it gets extended over to the MSNBC post-show. But I think there’s going to be a lot of great moments.

Danielle Lynn: Okay great. Thank you to everyone for joining us today. I just wanted to let you know there will be a replay number and transcript that will be available tomorrow and that will be sent to everyone including the team. And in the meantime if you have any questions just let us know and I hope everyone has a great day and make sure to tune into MSNBC on Friday night.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen that does conclude the conference call for today. We thank you once for your participation and ask that you please disconnect your line.




Honorees Include Cast of “Orange is the New Black,” Guillermo del Toro,

the film “Cesar Chavez,” and Pitbull

Presenters include Zoe Saldaña, Michael Peña, Aubrey Plaza, and José Diaz-Balart

One-hour prime-time special to air LIVE on MSNBC and mun2

Friday, Oct 10 at 10 p.m. EST/7 p.m. PST

LOS ANGELES—Acclaimed Latina actress, advocate and producer Eva Longoria will be gracing the stage once again with television personality and actor Mario Lopez to co-host the “2014 NCLR ALMA Awards.” The ground-breaking awards show will simulcast live on MSNBC and mun2 as a one-hour prime-time special on Friday, October 10, 2014, at 10 p.m. EST/7 p.m. PST, followed by “After the ALMAs with Alex Wagner,” live on MSNBC at 11 p.m. EST/8 p.m. PST.

The “2014 NCLR ALMA Awards” telecast—a National Hispanic Heritage Month event—celebrates America’s favorite Latinos in the entertainment industry, television, film and music. With programming on multiple platforms, the mun2 All Access: Road to the ALMAs 2014 Special” hosted by Melissa “Crash” Barrera, featuring exclusive celebrity interviews, kicks off the ALMAs at 7 p.m. EST/4 p.m. PST. will livestream the NCLR ALMA Awards Pre-Show hosted by Yarel Ramos (mun2) and Jorge Bernal (Telemundo, La Voz Kids) with additional live digital coverage hosted by Jessica Carrillo (Telemundo, Al Rojo Vivo) and Christian Acosta ( at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST. The awards show and post-show will stream live on MSNBC.

In honor of the 15th edition of the NCLR ALMA Awards, NCLR is launching “ALMA’s 15/Los Quinces”, a group of 15 “ambassadors” for the NCLR ALMA Awards. ALMA’s 15 will share unique moments of the past 15 shows as well as the value and impact ALMA is having through recognizing and celebrating diversity and inclusion in American entertainment and media. The cast of “Devious Maids,” including Ana Ortiz, Judy Reyes, Edy Ganem, Maria Canals-Barrera, Gina Rodriguez,  and Fatima Ptacek, the voice of Dora the Explorer, will participate in a special presentation introduced by Telemundo and MSNBC News Anchor and Host José Diaz-Balart.

 The “2014 NCLR ALMA Awards” honorees include: 

  • Award for Industry Excellence: GUILLERMO DEL TORO presented by Zoe Saldaña

Credited with spearheading Latino stories and themes into mainstream media and known for his visual aesthetic touch, Guillermo del Toro is an exceptional director and producer. His diverse body of work ranges from Spanish-language dark fantasy such as “The Devil’s Backbone” and “Pan’s Labyrinth” to action films such as “Hellboy,” “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” and “Pacific Rim.”.  

  • Special Achievement in Television: The Cast of “ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK” Selenis Leyva and Dascha Polanco will be honored for their riveting portrayals of characters Gloria Mendoza and Dayanara Diaz on Netflix’s critically acclaimed comedic drama “Orange is the New Black,” set in a women’s prison. This remarkably successful show, which just finished filming its third season, accentuates the work of its multicultural bevy of talented Latino actresses, whose roles have broken barriers and put human faces on the issues that confront those, including women of color, who are affected by our country’s criminal justice system.
  • Special Achievement in Film: “CESAR CHAVEZ” Recognized for its artistic achievements and sweeping impact in bringing the story of a Mexican American hero to the forefront, “Cesar Chavez” is honored for Special Achievement in Film. Directed by Diego Luna and featuring an all-star cast including Michael Peña, America Ferrera and Rosario Dawson, the film focuses on several of the most famous actions taken by Chávez and United Farm Workers, whose efforts helped win improved living and working conditions, contracts and better pay for farm workers.
  • Special Achievement in Music: PITBULL

Pitbull’s incredible international successes and fierce work ethic confirm his well-earned title of “Mr. Worldwide” and this year’s honoree in music. Pitbull is also a generous supporter of education through his support of a charter school that focuses on athletics as a way to excite youth about education. With business, philanthropy and musical success, he transcends genres, as well as generations in his collaborations. Yet his music remains reflective and celebratory of his deep pride in his Latino heritage.

  • Special Tribute: 2014 Hispanic Recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor presented by Michael Peña

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are commending President Obama’s action to give long-overdue honors to servicemembers who fought heroically for our country, but were denied recognition at the time, with the Congressional Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award. Seventeen of the 24 members honored this past March are Latinos who served with remarkable valor and courage—even at the cost of their lives—in our nation’s military.

During the one-hour livestreamed pre-show, Charo, the flamboyant and unforgettable actress and comedienne who became a crossover star and household name at a time when there were few Latinos on television, will be presented with the Ricardo Montalban Award for Lifetime Achievement. Legendary rock en espanol band Café Tacuba will receive the NCLR ALMA de Tú Mundo Award, a joint award presented by NCLR and Telemundo in recognition of the band’s 25th anniversary of fusing rock, language and culture in to a global alternative rock scene.

The special will be produced by Flavio Morales, Sergio Alfaro and John Ehrhard, executive producers of Latino-led Big Vida Entertainment. Also serving as executive producers are Longoria and Janet Murguía, President and CEO of NCLR. Kelly Brock serves as producer.

Advertising sponsors for this year’s show include Comcast, Chevrolet, ConAgra Foods, McDonald’s, Prudential, State Farm, and Wells Fargo. Target returns as the Red Carpet Sponsor. Encore presentations of the “2014 NCLR ALMA Awards” will air throughout Hispanic Heritage Month on mun2, and exclusive content will be available for Comcast Video On Demand and on

For additional information, including announcements about the host, presenters and performers at this year’s ceremony, visit or follow the show using our handle on Twitter: @almaawards, and on Instagram:, or with the hashtag #ALMA14.

About NCLR

NCLR—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States—works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. The NCLR ALMA Awards presentation is an integral part of that mission: a national prime-time television network entertainment special with the cause of showing how diversity strengthens our country and how inclusion strengthens the American entertainment industry. For more information on NCLR, please visit or follow along on Facebook and on Twitter.

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About mun2
NBCUniversal’s Hispanic cable network mun2 offers a thrilling mix of original dramas, exclusive premium sports, blockbuster movies, must-see live events and strategic acquisitions. Mun2 is the home for current and unique content produced and presented for the fastest-growing audience, U.S. Hispanics. The network’s content can also be found in its award-winning website,, and across various digital distribution platforms.  

Telemundo, a division of NBCUniversal Hispanic Enterprises and Content, is a world-class media company, leading the industry in the production and distribution of high-quality Spanish-language content across its multiplatform portfolio to U.S. Hispanics and audiences around the world. Telemundo’s multiple platforms include the Telemundo Network, a Spanish-language television network featuring original productions, theatrical motion pictures, news and first-class sports events, reaching U.S. Hispanic viewers in 210 markets through its 16 owned stations, broadcast and MVPD affiliates; Telemundo Digital Media, which distributes Telemundo’s original content across digital and emerging platforms including mobile devices and; an owned and operated full-power station in Puerto Rico that reaches 99% of all TV households in that DMA; and Telemundo Internacional, the international distribution arm that has positioned Telemundo as the second-largest provider of Spanish-language content worldwide by syndicating content to more than 100 countries in more than 35 languages.

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