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.
Eduardo Caballero, is the founder of Caballero Radio & Television out of Coral Gables, Florida. This Hispanic broadcasting pioneer, owns and operates, amongst other things, Caballero TV & Cables Sales, which is the nation’s first, only and largest unwired network of independent stations aimed at the Hispanic market.
Among other achievements, the corporate inductee will have made a significant and positive impact on the industry through innovative and forward thinking, promote diversity and multiculturalism within their organization, and have achieved a global reputation as an industry leader.
Now in its 62nd year, the Advertising Hall of Fame has grown to include 193 pioneers and legends of the industry and is administered by the American Advertising Federation on behalf of the entire advertising community.