The Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) will educate the sharpest minds in media, marketing and communications on how to amp up their multicultural marketing innovation at the CMC Annual Conference.

The Board of Directors of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has named Fernand "Fern" Fernandez interim CEO and President.

In this report, we highlight topics covered at the Feb. 6th event — including unconventional uses of data, preparing for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, cross-device measurement and targeting, and upcoming industry standards.

In this report, Chick Foxgrover, 4A’s EVP of creative technologies and innovation, shares his perspective on this year’s CES conference — including key take-aways for agencies, insights on voice technology, VR, smart homes, and more.

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) released the preliminary schedule for the 2018 Digital Content NewFronts, showcasing the latest in original digital video programming from some of the biggest names in entertainment, news, and information, as well as new leading-edge content creators.

The Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) voted to elect Veronica Potes, NBCUniversal, president of the 2018 HPRA Executive Board. Potes has been a part of the organization for more than a decade. Rosemary Ravinal, Univision Communications Inc., will serve as president-elect for 2018.

AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing unveiled to its members that it is rebranding itself under a new name: Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC).

The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) announced it is acquiring another leading trade group, the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA).

2018 Hispanic Public Relations Association/Los Angeles Chapter Board of Directors has been annouced. Serving as HPRA/LA President this year is Stephen Chavez, owner of PR consultancy ChavezPR. Chavez served as National HPRA President in 2013-2014 and had been on the national board of directors since that time.

HispanicAd.com has learned that Daisy Expósito-Ulla the iconic, multi-awarded advertising industry leader, has been inducted into the AAF Hall of Fame, what is undoubtedly the highest honor bestowed by America’s Advertising Industry.

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) launched the Univision Foundation, a non-profit public charity with the mission of promoting the well-being of the Hispanic and multicultural communities served by UCI’s owned and operated platforms and partner organizations.

Ascential, parent of The Cannes Festival of Creativity is restructuring its Lions awards program, eliminating more than 100 subcategories in the process. The Lions festival will also be shorter — by three days — going forward.  The company has been under pressure to restructure from holding companies and agencies that have concluded the annual awards program had become too bloated with awards that made little sense, were too expensive and were generally too complicated a process.

As Co-President and Chief Operating Officer of Alma Isaac Mizrahi begins his term as chair of AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing, three new members have joined its Board of Directors. Stacie de Armas, vice president of strategic initiatives & consumer engagement at Nielsen; Christian Martínez, head of U.S. multicultural sales for Facebook; and Marco Vega, co-founder of We Believers, will work closely with AHAA’s governing bodies, committees and executive director to support the organization’s strategic plan, which elevates the quality of Hispanic marketing in the U.S. and focuses on the value of segmentation and power of specialization.

The ANA Alliance for Inclusive & Multicultural Marketing (AIMM) today announced a set of key priorities for the coming year that are specifically designed to help marketers increase their focus on multicultural marketing to help drive overall corporate growth.

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