Andres Cantor, the iconic sports anchor and analyst at Telemundo, Rubén Mendiola. President of mun2, and Gary Zenkel, President of NBC Olympics and President of Operations & Strategy, NBC Sports Group, will take part in a keynote discussion- “Going for the Next Goal”- on how future telecasts of the Olympic Games and FIFA World Cup will impact Hispanic viewers at the 12th Annual Hispanic Television Summit on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at the New York Marriott Marquis

According to The National Law Review, the Supreme Court has issue a Summary Judgement against the US Hispanic Market focused conference company LatinVision headed by Carlos Vassallo corporate officer and principal shareholder of LatinVision, Inc.   The Summary Judgement allows plaintiffs to pierce the corporate veil of his company due to “a failure to adhere to corporate formalities, inadequate capitalization, commingling of assets, use of corporate funds for personal use,” an “overlap in ownership and directorship,” and “common use of office space and equipment.”

Cannabrand recently teamed up with Todd Mitchem, who has consulted for Colorado-based cannabis businesses including O.penVAPE, as well as well-known corporations such as Starbucks, Purina, Marriott, H&R Block, Pizza Hut, Google and Nestle. Targeting everyone curious about the industry, from entrepreneurs to investors, Mitchem and the Cannabrand team will share insider information on trends, business processes and legal operations.

The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) s now accepting entries for its 14th annual Multicultural Excellence Awards. The awards recognize marketers and their agencies for their work in producing outstanding multicultural advertising campaigns.

The Voice of Hispanic Marketing wrapped up three days of creative insights, breaking research and compelling content with the highest caliber of speakers - Rupert Murdoch, Robert Rodriguez, Prince Royce - and an impressive roster of CMOs and top executives from blue-chip brands. It was the most engaged conference with #thinkahaa trending during Mr. Murdoch's keynote and Prince Royce's presentation, thanks to his loyal “Roycenaticas.” From attendees following conference activity on their app and interacting with the speakers via Twitter to the presence of the Twitter Mirror to capture attendee selfies, the conference was both informative and fun.

HispanicAd.com is  proud to announce the winners of the HispanicAd.com 2014 Media Planning Awards competition.

This is an exciting year for the HispanicAd.com Hispanic Account Planning ‘Excelencia ‘ Awards (HAPE), we changed the rules, change the categories and expanded the scope and experience of the Judges to fit the ever changing needs of our competition for analysis, creation, implementation of Insights and the process of Account Planning in the US Hispanic Market.   

AHAA will honor McDonald's for its legacy of anticipating these critical demographic shifts, pioneering the total market approach, and putting the ethnic consumer at the heart of its company-wide strategies.

HispanicAd.com is proud to announce the Judges for the HispanicAd.com 2014 Hispanic Account Planning Excelencia (HAPE) Awards competition. The awards will be bestowed during the 3rd Annual U.S.H. Idea Awards at Association of Hispanic Advertising Agency (AHAA) Annual Conference in Miami, FL in April 2014.

This is an exciting year for the HAPE Awards, we changed the rules, change the categories and expanded the scope and experience of the Judges to fit the ever changing needs of our competition for analysis, creation, implementation of Insights and the process of Account Planning in the US Hispanic Market.   

AHAA will be creating a series of webinars dedicated to the winners of the 2014 HispanicAd.com HAPE Awards.

HispanicAd.com is proud to announce the Judges for the HispanicAd.com 2014 Media Planning Awards competition. The awards will be bestowed at the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agency (AHAA) Annual Conference in Miami, FL in April 2014.

AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing announced a jaw-dropping addition to its already stellar 2014 conference lineup: Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of 21st Century Fox, the world's premier portfolio of cable, broadcast, film, pay TV and satellite assets spanning six continents across the globe, and Executive Chairman of News Corp, the largest news and information services provider in the English-speaking world. During the opening session of the conference (Monday, April 28 at 1pm ET), Mr. Murdoch will share his insights on the changing landscape of news media in the next five years and the significant business opportunity in the Hispanic market.

The Voice of Hispanic Marketing announced that Dominican-American singer-songwriter Prince Royce will join a distinguished roster of newsmakers at AHAA's 2014 “Thinking Under the Influence” Conference, taking place at the Eden Roc Renaissance Hotel in Miami from April 28-30. Hosted by Ruben Leyva, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Latin Region, Spain & Portugal at Sony Music, this insightful interview explores the creative process with this fascinating young artist. 

Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS) & AIRE Radio Networks and SXSW join forces to launch SXAmericas a new program focused on harnessing the collective talent, idea pool and opportunities for U.S. and LATAM audiences. Officially launched March 11, SXAmericas will offer U.S. Latino and Latin American SXSW goers a deeper networking opportunity to discuss and address the latest industry opportunities for the Americas.

Agencies across the U.S. will have the opportunity to showcase the best of their Hispanic work in front of a who's who collective of the best and most revered creative directors in the U.S. and Latin America. Círculo Creativo, in partnership with AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing, revealed a powerful list of judges for its Third Annual U.S.H. Idea Awards, which is accepting submissions through April 1st, 2014. The award, which recognizes the best creativity in U.S. Hispanic advertising, has added three new categories: public relations; branded content and entertainment; and integrated campaigns.

If you’re headed to South by Southwest Interactive this weekend, as I am, there’s a very good chance that you’re complaining about it. It’s too big and corporate. It’s full of -- shocker! -- marketers instead of geeks now. It’s been impossible to get housing downtown unless you’re willing to sell a kidney on Craigslist. The Driskill Hotel won’t be fun for late-night drinks anymore because some sports marketers have taken over the whole place. You know the drill.  I’ve been going to SXSWi for years, and I agree that some of those complaints are legit. I don’t like waiting in line for breakfast tacos, and I don’t like booking insanely overpriced hotel rooms that are a 10-minute drive from the Convention Center, either. Still, I’ll confess: I like the fact that the chaos makes us think about attention. There are some lessons for us all to learn about confronting the inconveniences of representing a brand in a chaotic space. (And why not learn these things when there are open bars everywhere?)

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