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Of community. For community.

JMPRO TV creates bilingual community media in Western North Carolina. Our platform builds connection and celebrates culture. We address topics such as racial equity, immigration, education, and health care – centering the voices of people most directly impacted by these issues.

The JMPRO team (pictured below) and our community reporters reflect the makeup of our audience. Having identified language barriers as a critical challenge in connecting the Latinx community to civic, economic, social, and educational opportunities in WNC, our multilingual reporting offers an alternative media source for Spanish-speakers in this area.

Currently we host livestream conversations on Facebook every Monday and Wednesday, and radio shows on Asheville 103.3 FM every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 pm until 8 pm. We also provide live coverage of significant community events.

De la communidad. Para la communidad.

JMPRO TV crea medios de comunicación comunitarios bilingües en el oeste de Carolina del norte. Nuestra plataforma construye la conexión y celebra la cultura. Abordamos temas como la equidad racial, la inmigración, la educación y el cuidado de la salud, centrando las voces de las personas más directamente afectadas por estas cuestiones.

El equipo de JMPRO (en las fotos de abajo) y nuestros reporteros de la comunidad reflejan la composición de nuestros audiencia. Habiendo identificado las barreras lingüísticas como un desafío crítico para conectar la comunidad de Latinx con oportunidades cívicas, económicas, sociales y educativas en el WNC, nuestros informes multilingües ofrecen una fuente alternativa de medios para los hispanohablantes en esta área .

Actualmente nos hospedamos en Livestream conversaciones en Facebook cada lunes y miércoles, y sintonizar programas de radio en Asheville FM todos los martes y jueves de 7 PM hasta las 8 pm. También proporcionamos cobertura en vivo de eventos comunitarios significativos.


My name is Magaly Urdiales; I began my career as an elementary school teacher in 1995, and have worked in that profession with much passion for 11 years. I started organizing communities in 1998, while continuing my teaching career. I organized farm workers in the northern part of Peru to promote economic development through agriculture and literacy. At the moment, I work with the WNC Workers’ Center and the Center for Participatory Change (CPC).


My name is Julio Tordoya; I was born in Peru where I studied education and graphic design. In 2006 came to Charlotte NC to teach Spanish in an elementary school. Since 2009 I’ve dedicated my time and energy to live my passion for creating images. Along with my team, we’ve created thousands of pictures of Latino events celebrating the joy of life. Starting in 2014 I began showing more of the hardworking spirit of my community, showcasing their contributions to our society. We produce media content that helps our community be more informed about opportunities while empowering young leaders to be the voice of the community.


My name is Yoset Aec; I was born in Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico in 1991. I studied at the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos School of Arts, majoring in visual arts, focusing on photography and animation. I also studied at theOscar Alférez School of Arts and Drawing for two years. After arriving in North Carolina, I joined the JMPro TV team, where I work as an editor, cameraman, and photographer.


My name is Joaquin; I love gaming and helping my dad with recording. I like to write too. I was born in Charlotte, NC, and now I’m going to school here in Asheville. My dream is to become an inventor. I have many friends who help me do projects, reports, stories and things like that.  


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