Oct 22 2010
President Obama Visits Los Angeles USC and Glendale, CA
 

October 22, 2010

President Obama visited  Los Angeles today.

President Barack Obama Visits Los Angeles USC and Glendale, CA through Burbank, CA airport.

President Obama made  an appearance to support Barbara Boxer at USC at a rally from 9am to 3pm.

Apparently Obama flew over USC in Air Force One. This time he is not driving to USC, but there will be a motorcade from Glendale to LAX.

Air Force One surrounded by Apache helicopters headed to USC

After that the President will make his way to Glendale, CA for an interview with Spanish television. The interview will be located inside the Unum building on Central Ave near the 134 Fwy. The interview/event is not open to the public.

Road closures will be in effect in Glendale until 4pm.

Obama is also scheduled to travel from USC to Glendale before leaving via LAX late Friday afternoon.

@USCAnnenberg: ATVN selected to provide live stream of President Obama’s speech on campus: https://bit.ly/c06M3U

At USC Alumni Park expected to draw more than 30,000 people.

There’s a chance that Obama may take a helicopter from USC to Glendale and then to LAX for his departure from Los Angeles.

So now we know Obama was routed through Burbank Airport as a way to get to and from the Glendale interview.

CORRECTING and REPLACING: Exclusive, in-Studio Interview with President Barack Obama to Air on Univision Radio’s “Piolin Por La Mañana”

Historic Interview with the President to Air Across the U.S. on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010

CORRECTION…by Univision

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Please replace the release with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions.

“I am thrilled to interview President Barack Obama once again – and in our home on ‘Piolin por la Mañana,’”

The corrected release reads:

EXCLUSIVE, IN-STUDIO INTERVIEW WITH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO AIR ON UNIVISION RADIO’S “PIOLIN POR LA MAÑANA”

Historic Interview with the President to Air Across the U.S. on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010

Eddie “Píolin” Sotelo, three-time winner of the Marconi Radio Award, will interview President Barack Obama in-studio, to air on Monday, October 25 at 9am PT on Univision Radio’s “Piolin por la Mañana.” This exclusive interview marks the first time the President visits a radio station while in office. Listeners will be able to tune in to this historic interview on Univision Radio stations across the country and on www.showdepiolin.com.

“I am thrilled to interview President Barack Obama once again – and in our home on ‘Piolin por la Mañana,’” said Eddie “Píolin” Sotelo. “This historic interview, in-studio, will give the President a direct line of communication to our listeners to address issues important to the Hispanic community.”

This interview marks the third meeting between President Obama and Eddie “Píolin” Sotelo, who also interviewed President Obama in person from the Oval Office last year. President Obama is one of numerous prominent figures Eddie “Píolin” Sotelo has interviewed for his audiences.

The interview will air on several stations across the U.S., including the following Univision Radio stations:

  • KSCA’s La Nueva 101.9 FM, Los Angeles, CA
  • KSOL 98.9 & 99.1 FM, San Francisco, CA
  • KSQL’s SOL 99.1 FM, Monterey- S.J. CA
  • KHOT’s La Nueva 105.9 FM, Phoenix, AZ
  • KLNO’s Que Buena 94.1 FM, Dallas, TX
  • KISF’s La Nueva 103.5 FM, Las Vegas, NV
  • KLTN’s Estereo Latino 102.9 FM, Houston, TX
  • KOND’s Que Onda 92.1 FM, Fresno, CA
  • WOJO’s La Que Buena 105.1 FM, Chicago, IL
  • WQBU’s La Que Buena 92.7 FM, New York, NY
  • KBNA 97.5 FM Que Buena, El Paso, TX
  • KGBT 98.5, McAllen, TX
  • KLNV’s La Nueva 106.5 FM, San Diego, CA
  • KROM’s Estereo Latino 92.9, San Antonio, TX
  • KLQB’s La Que Buena 104.3 FM, Austin, TX
  • KJFA’s La Jefa 105.1 FM, Albuquerque, NM

For more information, please visit www.showdepiolin.com.

NOTE FOR EDITORS: Transcripts will be available in English and Spanish. Please contact: Carolina Valencia at cvalencia@univision.net.

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