In it's August 10th cover story about marketing to Hispanics, the Miami Herald opened its article with a reference to Univision's Saturday-night variety show host Don Francisco.  No big deal but the

We can now rest a little better knowing that we won't have to listen to another Senator asking about wise Latinas.  But if you think the debate at Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearings, especially about her

Last night at a standing room only ESPN Deportes premier, the Miami ad and media industry enjoyed a documentary about the life of one of the best Cuban pitchers in the  professional baseball Luis

    This week we have Dr. Margarita Alegria, Ph.D.

The great national golfing nightmare is over.  And we have a Mexicana and a South Korean woman among others to thank.

I just couldn't resist sharing this with the readers of

During these challenging economic times, no, especially during these trying times it's always nice to be able to point to moments of brilliance.  When it comes to marketing McDonald's has set the standard.  W

   Caridad Fernandez is a true Latina Beauty. Professional model, and founder, president and CEO of Unica — Centro de Refinamiento, the largest modeling agency in Puerto Rico.

      Just read Nancy Hill’s op-ed piece titled ‘Fair Play’ in P&C magazine.  Ms.

   Jose Chavez “J-Si” is the latest crew member of the syndicated morning show Kidd Kraddik in the Morning. Born in Mexico City, JC moved to California in 1991.

     Perhaps a bit strong to use the S word, but it seems to be in everyone’s vocabulary these days. Just ask anyone in most areas of our business. If you are on the media sales side and you work the local or network beat, business sucks.

     We talked to Roberto Sneider about the film “Arrancame La Vida”, based on the novel by Angeles Mastreta. He directed and wrote the screenplay. This movie will be in US theaters soon.

   Rafael Anchia is state representative for the State of Texas. He is considered to be, among politics, the first potential Hispanic candidate for Governor of Texas.

     The term Multicultural was created to lump the marketing to African Americans, Asians, Hispanics and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transexual (GLBT) market all into one cozy, neat, and siloed bucket by mainstream adv

I'm sorry, but it appears that this is the message that the New York Women in Communications (NYWIC) is sending with their 2009 Matrix Awards luncheon on April 27 in New York City.  There are no Latinas being