In my house, we watch Meet the Press and Al Punto con Jorge Ramos, Univisión’s public affairs show (of course, I’m a big policy dork who channel surfs to catch glimpses of the other programs). Why? Because on the other networks, I won’t find context of what’s going on in Latin America or how the […]
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Latino $1 trillion dollar buying power. U.S. Census confirms Hispanics are the #1 minority–and growing. These are just some of the facts I call “Happy Talk” as I blog in the post “Our America.” Corporations are scrambling to secure a chunk of the Latino action as I witnessed in the packed expo halls at the […]
This headline grabbed your attention, didn’t it? Actually, better than being Arianna’s B-F-F, the Huffington Post asked me to contribute to their newly launched HuffPost Latino Voices. I’ll be joining other thought “act” leaders such as the National Council of La Raza’s Prez and CEO Janet Murguía, Voto Latino’s Executive Director María Teresa Kumar, and New Latina‘s […]
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is on the brink: NAHJ reported in December a $240 million dollar deficit for the year. All of the full-time staff is being laid off. Officers declared the Orlando 2011 convention will be the last “stand alone” conference with future gatherings a partnership with other trade groups such […]
I am a firm believer that this is the most exciting time to be a journalist despite the formidable obstacles, as I write in “Pulling NAHJ Back from the Brink”. I asked the audience of the panel I pitched and chaired, “Now a Blogger, Always a Reporter” (along with Fox News Latino chief Francisco Cortés, […]