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Director Robert Rodriguez Nominates Hugo Fernandez for AMD’s Visionary Young Directors Award

Director Robert Rodriguez Nominates Hugo Fernandez for AMD’s Visionary Young Directors Award

When the Census in 2010 demonstrated the Latino population grew four times more than any other group, subsequently becoming the 2nd largest group amassing an estimated 50 million in the United States, Latino demographic became a paramount focus for the entertainment industry. continue reading »

Thalia Partners with Pampers to Preserve Latino Culture Through Music

Thalia Partners with Pampers to Preserve Latino Culture Through Music

Mexican singer Thalia unveiled in Miami the new online forum "Mi Musica, Mi Herencia" (My Music, My Heritage), designed to help Hispanic parents preserve Latino culture for their families through music. continue reading »

Mexico Network Televisa and Broadcaster Univision Announce Mobile Phone, Tablet Novela

Mexico Network Televisa and Broadcaster Univision Announce Mobile Phone, Tablet Novela

Mexico's No. 1 TV network Televisa and market-leading U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster Univision on Thursday unveiled a new soap opera especially written and filmed for mobile phone and tablet computer screens. continue reading »

WATCH the New Video for Demi Lovato’s “Give Your Heart a Break” (VIDEO)

WATCH the New Video for Demi Lovato’s “Give Your Heart a Break” (VIDEO)

The official video for Demi Lovato's "Give Your Heart a Break" has been released and she doesn't want to break your heart, she just wants to "give your heart a break." continue reading »

Hispanics Regardless of Economy Remain Loyal to Brand Name Products

Hispanics Regardless of Economy Remain Loyal to Brand Name Products

The market brand research company Mintel latest research is showing that regardless of income levels and/or economic downturn Hispanics remain loyal to name brand personal products and do not opt for less-expensive items to save money. continue reading »

Telenovela Superstars William Levy  and Maite Perroni to Host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards

Telenovela Superstars William Levy and Maite Perroni to Host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced today that superstars William Levy and Maite Perroni, Mexican telenovelas’ sweethearts will host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards; the annual celebration of Hispanic excellence and premier event of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. William Levy, a Cuban-born actor, and Maite Perroni, a Mexican actress and singer, have agreed to jointly host the awards show which will take place at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C, on September 15, 2011. continue reading »

Rare and Ancient the Aztecs Favorite Dog Finally Recognized by the American Kennel Club

Rare and Ancient the Aztecs Favorite Dog Finally Recognized by the American Kennel Club

The Xoloitzcuintli (pronounced show-low-etz-queent-lee) is one of the world’s rarest breeds and is still considered a "healer" in remote Mexican and Central American Villages today continue reading »

Eduardo Caballero: First Hispanic Inducted into Advertising Hall of Fame

Eduardo Caballero: First Hispanic Inducted into Advertising Hall of Fame

Eight industry pioneers will be inducted into the prestigious Advertising Hall of Fame this year and for the first time there will be a Hispanic inductee, Eduardo Caballero. continue reading »

Hispanic Businesswomen Prospering

Hispanic Businesswomen Prospering

As the National Hispana Leadership conference in Miami concludes what is clear is that Hispanic businesswomen are prospering. "Latinas are the fastest-growing group of small business owners in the country," says Cristina Lopez, president of the Washington D.C.-based National Hispana Leadership Institute. continue reading »

First Hispanic Woman to Head Powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee

First Hispanic Woman to Head Powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee

When Congress convenes for its next session, Florida Republican Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will be heading the powerful and influential House Foreign Affairs Committee. continue reading »