The Latin Explosion: A New America celebrates the music, the artists and the visionaries who have pioneered this sea change, exploring how the growing Latino community is impacting American culture for the better. Anchoring the film are exclusive interviews with the musicians at the center of Latino power and influence in this country, including Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Ricky Martin, Romeo Santos, members of Los Lobos, Rita Moreno, Jose Feliciano and others. They talk about their lives and music, as the film celebrates their mega crossover hits that have defined the American experience and set the stage for the "Latin Explosion" in all aspects of American life.
With this in mind, UCSA in partnership with award-winning creatives Abe Garcia (Dieste), Daniel G Milan (Lopez Negrete NY) and Dario Campos (McGarryBowen SAT), and Shooters Films has launched a new campaign focused on cyberbullying.
Cinelatino will air the event live from the “Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris” in Mexico City on Wednesday, November 25, at 9:30pm ET / 6:30pm PT. Cinelatino will bring viewers all the excitement from the red carpet with interviews and special commentary beginning at 8:30pm ET/ 5:30pm PT.
A majority of U.S. adults (54%) have gone online to look for job information, 45% have applied for a job online, and job-seeking Americans are just as likely to have turned to the internet during their most recent employment search as to their personal or professional networks.
But surveying Hispanics is complicated for many reasons – language barriers, sampling issues and cultural differences – that are the subject of a growing field of inquiry. This report explores some the unique challenges currently facing survey researchers in reaching Hispanics and offers considerations on how to meet those challenges based on the research literature and our experiences in fielding the Pew Research Center’s National Survey of Latinos.
In 2014, as Pew Research Center prepared to conduct the first major study of the views of multiracial Americans—a group that, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, is poised to triple by 2060—we faced a fundamental and unavoidable methodological challenge: how to define and measure the concept “multiracial” in a public opinion survey context.
The world of marketing is rapidly changing, and for many marketing leaders, millennials are at the top of the list from an engagement perspective. The question I regularly hear from marketing leaders in retail, consumer goods and broader industries is, “What are best practices for marketing to millennials?”
No other event inspires, entertains and unites hundreds of millions of people around the globe like the Olympic Games; this athletic competition sustains us for a two-week period when 88 countries come together to display athletic prowess in the name of personal achievement, patriotism and honor.
By Gonzalo López Martí / LMMIAMI.COM
- How do you write a new column every single week of the year?
- People ask me this question quite often.
- In some cases they use the word “blog”, which I kind of like.
- In my humble opinion, “blogging” is the brave new literary/journalistic genre of our era.
- Or sub genre, if you will.
The new wave of influencers—stars on Instagram and YouTube, as well as other channels—say that when it comes to working with brands, money is not their only object. Creative freedom matters more.
For years the balance of workload versus scope of work has plagued digital agency teams. The strain is compounded as agencies invest in new skills to support client business in a marketplace where publishers’ inventory and technology are restructuring for self-service.
I have had the good fortune to work with both the marketing as well as the procurement disciplines in various roles, and to have been involved in some of the shaping of the two disciplines as a whole through work I have done with the World Federation of Advertisers. What all this has told me, unsurprisingly, is that there are good and bad decision-makers — and you will find them in marketing procurement teams as well as marketing departments.
What will networks do if two extremely lucrative ad categories — pharmaceuticals and fantasy sports — drop out of the ad game?
Cisneros Media Distribution (CMD) announced the U.S. premiere of the telenovela “Amor Secreto” [Secret Love] on Estrella TV.
Symphony Advanced Media (SymphonyAM) announced the results from its mid-Fall television season monitoring. Insights upend pre-established expectations of Fall season viewing for networks and advertisers by revealing that Millennials only watch Live TV 30 percent of the time, with an additional 30 percent of their time spent viewing programs via over-the-top (OTT), video-on-demand (VOD) beyond 3 and DVR platforms beyond 7.
While TV advertising once meant only broadcast or cable seen on a television set, only a third of companies in this Forbes Insights/Simulmedia survey define television advertising that way now. Half consider TV advertising to be linear advertising (broadcast or cable) seen on any device, and a fifth think of it as any video on any device.
What makes the world’s top executives cringe?
Technology & Electronics Companies Emerge as Modern-Day “Leader Brands,” Between 1999 and 2014, 47 percent of brands fell off the top 100 “leader brands,” according to a PwC US study.
I feel like a different person when I speak in Spanish then when I speak in English. By Cindy Correa - Sr. Brand Strategist at Orci
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, in partnership with Azteca America, hosted a six-hour “Salvé Un Angelito…¡Te Toca!” live television event on Nov. 14, raising $500,000.
More Mexican immigrants have returned to Mexico from the U.S. than have migrated here since the end of the Great Recession, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of newly available government data from both countries. The same data sources also show the overall flow of Mexican immigrants between the two countries is at its smallest since the 1990s, mostly due to a drop in the number of Mexican immigrants coming to the U.S. By Ana Gonzalez-Barrera
Fabregas will replace Dominic Fails who was recently promoted to senior vice president of Local Media Sales for Univision Communications Inc. Fabregas will report to Doug Levy, senior vice president and general manager at Univision Chicago.
Why is it that marketing gurus always want to kill off television, or at least inflict a flesh wound? FMCGs are today reporting that they would be spending less on television and more on digital if their retailers would play ball -- but instead, their "trade partners" expect brands to be supported with television advertising, and so buying spots watched by millions on their sofa carries on.
TV stations are still figuring out how many resources are needed to fill their digital platforms. Many executives do agree about a need for more content, which is what digital media consumers now expect.
Social media users say sponsored social messages are equally—if not more—effective as other types of marketing tactics, according to the results of a July 2015 survey. Even newer platforms such as Periscope and Snapchat ranked higher than more mature tactics like search or print ads.
Although many observers have documented a global decline in democratic rights in recent years, people around the world nonetheless embrace fundamental democratic values, including free expression. By Richard Wike and Katie Simmons