ImpreMedia announced that Chairman & CEO John Paton is a finalist for The Metro New York Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2008 Awards. According to Ernst & Young LLP, the awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate extraordinary success in the areas of innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.

Businessman Ralph E. Herrera captured top business honors at the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's annual Awards Gala.

Univision’s award-winning anchor, Jorge Ramos, has been honored by The Commonwealth Club with a Distinguished Citizen Award.

The historic U.S. visit of Pope Benedict XVI was an unprecedented opportunity to view the new, changing face of the US Catholic Church while providing a real-time glimpse into the challenges the Church faces as it links its fate to that of the Hispanic community.

Roberto Madan, the community activist and McDonald's Owner/Operator who has been widely recognized for his involvement with various McDonald's Latino initiatives throughout the years, was acknowledged by The Patriots' Path Council of The Boy Scouts of America who presented him with their “Scouting …¡Vale la pena! 2008 Service Award.”

El Diario La Prensa, the premier publication to reach New York-area Latinos, will host the groundbreaking 13th Annual Mujeres Destacadas Awards Luncheon on April 20, 2008 at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Previous recipients of the award have come from business, industry, government, non-profit and entertainment worlds, but the common thread is that they have all reached a level of distinction and, through their hard work and determination, have made a difference in the community.

Joe Zubizarreta, Chief Operating Officer of the Hispanic agency Zubi Advertising, will be honored at The 12th Annual Hispanic Marketing Midwest Conference with the “Hispanic Marketing Achievement Award” on April 30, in Saint Paul, Minn.

The 92nd annual Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, Letters, Drama and Music, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board, were announced by Columbia University.

A MIGRANT’S MASTERPIECE: THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF PATRICK FLORES documents the extraordinary life and legacy of Patrick Flores, the first Mexican American in the history of the Catholic Church to be appointed bishop.

ImpreMedia Digital announced that Mary Zerafa, Vice President of Strategy, was recognized as an emerging leader by the Aspen Institute on March 28, 2008 as part of the 2008 Henry Crown Fellowship Program.

The World Economic Forum announced that DDB Latin America and U.S. Hispanic Market President Juan Carlos Ortiz has been selected as a Young Global Leader 2008.

Discovery en Espanol will inspire viewers this month as never before and get them to think twice about their role in this world.

Coors Brewing Company and Comunicad were recently recognized by the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) for the development and implementation of the Coors Lideres program.

Nearly one-half of U.S. media consumers are frequently creating online content for others to see, according to Deloitte & Touche USA LLP. This marks a 12 point escalation from a prior survey commissioned by Deloitte in the spring of 2007, challenging the conventional assumption that online content creation is limited to a niche group of technology-savvy individuals.

The Dallas Morning News will name the illegal immigrant as its Texan of the Year in the paper's Sunday, December 30 editions. The newspaper's Editorial Board recognizes the myriad, profound ways in which this group of people impacts Texas, ranging from the economy to politics to the most basic sense of culture. Lamenting that "there seems to be little middle ground in [the] debate," the Board notes that "spectacular fights over their presence ... broke out across Texas this past year, adding to the national pressure cooker as only Texas can."