Media icon Cristina Saralegui returns to radio this thursday on a new channel targeting US hispanics.
New NBCLatino.com English-language news site will launch in early 2012.
Gen. Wesley Clark, in an interview on AM760, gave vigorous support to President Obama's foreign policy, stating that Iran was one of our greatest threats, and that a military option was available to deal with the mid-east nation.
A coalition of Latino and immigrant rights groups said Thursday that it will move forward with a boycott of the popular “John and Ken” radio show after management at KFI-AM (640) station canceled a meeting with representatives.
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.
On the Mario Solis-Marich Show, Mario played an interview that he conducted with Mellon fortune heir, James Mellon. James Mellon used the interview to bash the current banking system, call for more regulation and say that he agrees with Obama’s proposed tax policy.
Should we provide him with some?
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.
The Latina Oprah signed an exclusive deal with XM radio to launch the Cristina Channel in the fall, National Latino Broadcasting (NLB) announced on Monday.
The President’s trip to El Paso Texas was more telling than most realize. Obama has been roundly criticized by immigrant activists for his campaign time embrace of immigration reform while he inaccurately denies that he can help undocumented students via executive order.
Michelle Obama's evening of poetry at the White House rolled out seamlessly Wednesday night, showcasing the impact of such words on American culture. The fireworks erupted earlier, as Republicans cried foul before anyone had uttered a word.
For Gutierrez -- Cal's floor-diving, ponytail-wearing and backcourt-terrorizing point guard -- the bruises tell stories of charges taken, loose balls corralled and elbows swung, the small on-court tussles he's sought on his way to becoming one of the toughest players in college basketball.
Five young Latino undocumented immigrants jailed after being arrested at Gov. Mitch Daniels' office while protesting two immigration bills were released from jail on bond Wednesday.