Mitt Romney's campaign released a new Spanish-language radio ad Wednesday ahead of Puerto Rico's GOP primary on Sunday.
Controlled by Latinos and run by a Harvard-educated former farmworker, the Radio Bilingue network fills a crucial gap in public broadcasting, which attracts overwhelmingly white, middle- or upper-class, English speaking audiences.
The Zetas drug cartel had a shadow communications system allowing the cartel to coordinate drug deliveries, kidnapping, extortion and other crimes with the immediacy and precision of a modern military or law-enforcement agency.
Immigrant Rights groups are calling on the radio station, KFI, to remove talk show hosts John and Ken or face a boycott of its sponsors.
Radio Arte de Chicago, a community radio station in Chicago that provides a unique opportunity for young bilingual Latinos to get free training in radio runs the risk of disappearing for lack of funds.
Who is Angel González and how did he become one of the most important TV executives in Latin America?
Some balk at restricting news to aid fight against drug trade
National Latino Broadcasting, LLC. (NLB), a newly formed subsidiary of Eventus, the leading national multicultural experiential marketing, sports and entertainment company, announced today it has been selected by SiriusXM to lease four channels on a long-term basis on the Sirius and XM satellite radio platforms. The media entity will provide programming targeting the Latino market.
A milpa is an agricultural system used in Mesoamerica. Literally it means “field.” But it’s really a sociocultural system structured around an agricultural field in which farmers plant a dozen crops that are nutritionally and environmentally complementary. The milpa is also an apt metaphor for how Latinos can carve out a space in the new media landscape.