MIAMI, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- The Spanish singer/songwriter Alex Ubago offered a stunning acoustic concert on Terra Live Music in Studio in which he captivated his fans, who were able to enjoy the live performance via computers, tablets and smartphones. During the concert, Ubago sang his new and popular song, "Ella Vive en Mi," dedicated to the woman inside every man's heart, as well as some of his greatest hits.
You are now invited to relive this romantic experience and watch Terra Live Music in Studio with Alex Ubago for free over and over at http://entretenimiento.terra.com/musica/terra-live-music/studio.
Created in 1999, Terra is one of the largest digital media companies in the world, reaching a monthly audience of 100 million people interested in entertainment, lifestyle, sports and news content. Terra's content is offered in English, Spanish and/or Portuguese in 19 countries across the United States, Latin America and Europe, through multiple screens and devices -- including PCs, tablets, smart phones, connected TVs and DOOH screens.
In addition to breaking news on its portals and its premium products and services, Terra is recognized for its excellence in live broadcasts of major sports and entertainment events -- from live shows with artists like Paul McCartney, U2, Alejandro Sanz and Kings of Leon, to the Olympic Games, which were transmitted live, in up to 36 simultaneous channels throughout Latin America in 2012. Headquartered in Brazil, Terra has offices in the United States, Latin America and Spain.
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