Al Punto is a Sunday morning talk show hosted by Noticiero Univision anchor Jorge Ramos on the Univision network and its sister network Galavisión. Until 2012, when Enfoque premiered on Telemundo, it was the only show of its type in the United States that broadcast in the Spanish language. Al Punto debuted on Univision on September 9, 2007 to coincide with the first Spanish language U.S. Presidential Debate hosted by Univision at the University of Miamion the same date. The show's first guests were then Republican National Committee Chairman and Florida Senator Mel Martinez and New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez. Al Punto consists of interviews with people who are involved with subjects that are of interest to Jorge Ramos himself (politics, immigration, war, terrorism, science vs.religion) with the goal being to try to get the audience to agree with him and his worldview.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
Al Punto - Full Ginsburg - Netflix
The “full Ginsburg” is a buzzword that refers to an appearance by one person on all five American major Sunday morning talk shows on the same day: This Week on ABC, Fox News Sunday, Face the Nation on CBS, Meet the Press on NBC, and Late Edition on CNN. State of the Union replaced Late Edition on CNN in January 2009. The term is named for William H. Ginsburg, the lawyer for Monica Lewinsky during the sexual conduct scandal involving President Bill Clinton. Ginsburg was the first person to accomplish this feat, on February 1, 1998.
Al Punto - Completed full Ginsburgs - Netflix
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