Elizabeth Stanton has spent her life traveling the world. Now she's doing it with her celebrity friends on "Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World." In their travels, Stanton and the celebrities explore other cultures, learn about history and find opportunities to help people in need. Among the locations visited in the weekly series are Nicaragua, London and Vietnam, as well as U.S. locations such as Florida and Mississippi.
The half-hour show looks at the impact of Hispanic culture in the U.S., particularly focusing on a new generation. From around the country, Latin Americans are in the spotlight for their successes in arts, business, movies, music, sports, theater, and other categories. Those stories intersperse with investigative reports and with discussions of topics such as pop culture, politics and current issues.
News broadcasts are produced, anchored and reported by adults for adults. But, as the title suggests, "Teen Kids News" is different. Created by longtime news executive Al Primo, the weekly, half-hour program features a team of teenage reporters and anchors who report news that is of interest to young people. The young news team reports on stories in subjects that include sports, careers, entertainment and health, as well as highlighting positive stories about kids who do amazing things and help to make the world a better place.