President Obama appealed to Latino voters for a second term at a Univision-sponsored event today, and blamed Republicans for his failure to make good on his 2008 promise of immigration reform.
Mitt Romney sought to repair the damage from his "47 percent" remarks, saying he is concerned about the well-being of all voters at a "Meet the Candidate" event sponsored by Univision.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will participate for the first time in history in election television programs specially directed at the Hispanic audience.
Blurring the line between advocate and journalist, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos publicly disapproved of the Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona's immigration law.
Not long ago, most content directed at Latinos, on air and in print, was in Spanish. Why the language shift, especially as media companies focus more on digital content?
ABC News and Univision announced Monday that they are planning to launch an English-language cable channel aimed at Latinos.
In an interview with Univision’s Jorge Ramos this past weekend, President Obama clearly had a message for Latinos — he hasn’t forgotten about immigration reform.
On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Richard Stengel, editor of Time, reasserted the common misconception that the Latino vote is “up in the air.” According to Stengel, Latinos are “independent.”
Some people say politicians say a lot of s**t. In honor of the s**t people say phenomenon on YouTube, we explore the theme among some of the presidential hopefuls.
In an interview with Jorge Ramos, John McCain was forced to concede that he did not agree with the Romney's policy of self-deporation.
Univision and Disney are in talks to create a 24-hour news channel for Latinos in English, said two sources close to the negotiations.
President Barack Obama’s got a version of his “We can’t wait” drive customized for the Latino audience. Never heard of it? Unless you’re a Latino voter, that’s no surprise.
President Barack Obama insists he is not in campaign mode and won't be until after his Republican presidential challenger is chosen, despite being in the middle of a three-day tour of five states all key for his reelection campaign.
In interviews with Jorge Ramos, Gingrich and Romeny revealed how the candidates interact one-on-one with a representative of the Latino community — neither offered much esperanza (hope).