'm still not sure why Ad Age felt compelled to give a voice to hate. I mean, how else do you explain their decision to invite a bona fide prophet of hate to their upcoming "Media Evolved" conference?  Glenn Beck may be doing something interesting in media (according to Ad Age) but he's still a racist.

I recently read an article in another of the Latin American Market focused trade journals that interviewed a US Hispanic Marketing Director at the client level and two mayor New York Hispanic Agency based Media Planning Executives with most of their experience in mainstream advertising and Latin America respectively to give their opinions about the US Hispanic Market.

TV can do a lot of great things for brands but it can also make you impotent--and I can assure you that I did not intend to spell "important."  And that is what one is led to conclude after reading some of the reports coming out of last week's beer distributors' convention in Las Vegas.

  Carat USA and Aegis Media - Multi-Cultural Marketing released the finding of their new Hispanic Consumer Connections research study that according to them reveals that 90 percent of Hispanic media budgets

  HBO is doing it right.

The channel that brings you "Boardwalk Empire," and brought you "Entourage," is once again bringing you "How to Make it in America."  Season Two debuted last night.

After seeing Carlos Mencia's show in Las Vegas on September 16th (Mexican Independence Day), I don't expect him to get an invitation from Don Francisco.

  By Julio Rumbaut.

While much of the marketing and media world--Spanish-language and English-language--still struggles with blatinos, the comic strip world keeps making big splashes.

Happy Father’s Day for all the Dads in our biz.

Check out this video, it reminds me of my two children now in our Industry.

  I have never been so insulted in all my life! I CANNOT believe that in this day and age, Latinos are still being discriminated in such a blatant and obvious manner.

   As the Census figures on Hispanic keep trickling in, there's one phrase that will continue to bring consternation to Hispanic marketing professionals and Spanish-language media execs: "but I don't speak Spanish."

  Mr. Jose Villa over the last couple of years, you have embarked on a journey through several trade journals to predict the demise of the current state of the US Hispanic Ad Industry.

      By Jose Cancela

    A couple of weeks ago I finally parked myself at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway to see "In the Heights," the Tony award-winning musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, about New York's Nuyorican and Dominican ne

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