Radio’s weekly reach is now at its highest levels since March 2020, and has grown during each of the past four months. In May 2021, radio’s weekly reach surpassed 122 million weekly listeners, within 2 million of where it was before the lockdown precautions took effect last year.

Spectrum focuses on the experiences of Black and Latinx LGBTQ communities with content topics ranging from consumer insights, highlights of queer media,  culture, perspectives from members of the community.

Moving away from labels and toward the future of data in marketing to this powerfully influential generatio

According to a study by the Hispanic Marketing Council (HMC), 54 percent of Dads said, “I’m the boss in the family,” but only 5 percent of Moms agreed. HMC also asked teens ages 13-17: 28 percent of them said Dad was the boss, 34 percent said Mom, and 28 percent said Dad and Mom were co-bosses as a unified team. Non-Hispanic Black teens were more likely to say Mom was the “boss”—49 percent compared to 31 percent for non-Blacks.  By HMC Research Chair Nancy Tellet

It’s Pride Month! Every year, in June, LGBTQIA+ communities worldwide celebrate the freedom to be authentically and unapologetically who they are. City streets erupt in festive expressions of Pride as enthusiastic, and often costumed patrons attend parades, concerts, and festivals decorated with brightly colored rainbow flags, streamers, and confetti. But the celebration doesn’t just bring people together for a good party. Instead, it shines a light on an underrepresented community, like other minority groups, who have struggled to be seen, heard, and included for generations.

Consumer habits shifted dramatically in March 2020 in response to stay-at-home orders and the shuttering of offices across the nation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There were reports of people traveling less, workers gaining unprecedented freedom to work from anywhere and consumers ordering more products online.  But did these lifestyle changes affect industries in the same way?

The summer of 2021 will be vitally important, as students and families try to recover from the isolation, trauma, and learning loss the pandemic caused. Yet a new study that looks in-depth at summer learning in 2019 and 2020 finds that Latinx student participation in programs remains low, despite some recent growth and remarkably high parent satisfaction. Just 44% of Latinx families with children report that their child was involved in a summer learning program in 2019 – an increase from 39% in 2013 and 29% in 2008. But while 2.7 million Latinx children took part in a structured summer experience in 2019, nearly 4.4 million more would have been enrolled if a program were available to them, their parents said.

Both members of unmarried, opposite-sex couples living together were more likely than opposite-sex married couples to be employed, according to estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 and 2020 America’s Families and Living Arrangements annual tables packages.

WFA is launching the world’s first-ever global census of the marketing and advertising industry, designed to provide hard data on the people who are working in the profession.

Seven crucial elements of a first-party and data-centric advertising strategy

Six-in-ten Americans say they are very familiar with their origins. Black and Hispanic adults feel more connected to roots than White adults

Data-based insights help TV networks make strategic decisions around promo loads, promo saturation, and use of sister networks.

Hispanics are the driving force behind shifts in the American demographic landscape and in popular culture. As consumers demand equality and proper representation coupled with culturally literate, responsible practices from marketers, brands must lead with culture-driven insights and centralize Hispanic marketing as a core practice for achieving sustainable market relevance and growth. To arm them with the cultural insights needed, the Hispanic Marketing Council (HMC) has released its 2021 Hispanic Market Guide, the most comprehensive resource on the U.S. Hispanic market. The new publication is now available to view online or download for free.

HispanicAd in association with Adam R Jacobson are proud to announce the availability of the 2020 Hispanic Content, Data & Social Marketing Report for our readers.

People have challenged each other’s views for much of human history. But the internet – particularly social media – has changed how, when and where these kinds of interactions occur. The number of people who can go online and call out others for their behavior or words is immense, and it’s never been easier to summon groups to join the public fray.

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