Two NBC series, "L.A. Law" and "Shannon's Deal," were cited for advancing positive images of Latinos at the seventh annual Imagen Hispanic Media Image Awards luncheon Friday at the Regent Beverly Wilshire.
It was the third Imagen for "L.A. Law" and the first for the canceled "Shannon's Deal." The awards are sponsored by the National Conference of Christians & Jews and the Wilkerson Foundation. Cesar Romero received a special lifetime achievement award.
Accorded special recognition were Fox's "Beverly Hills 90210" and a documentary, "L.A. County: 1st District Special Election Debate," seen on KCET.