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Latino Commission on AIDS Commends FDA Recommendations to Prevent HIV Infections

Latino Commission on AIDS Commends FDA Recommendations to Prevent HIV Infections

An advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration recommended that Truvada, an antiretroviral medication used to treat HIV, should be used as a new prevention tool for people that are at high risk of being exposed to HIV. continue reading »

Broadway League Launches Viva Broadway to Bring More Latinos to the Theater

Broadway League Launches Viva Broadway to Bring More Latinos to the Theater

The Broadway League has created Viva Broadway, a new audience development partnership with the Hispanic community, to help bridge the world of Broadway with Latino audiences around the country. continue reading »

nuvoTV and NBC News Unite To Discuss Voters’ Issues in Latino Town Hall

nuvoTV and NBC News Unite To Discuss Voters’ Issues in Latino Town Hall

nuvoTV, the only English-language cable network fully dedicated to serving America's Bi-cultural Latinos (BCLs), announced a programming partnership with NBC News' Peacock Productions to spotlight the critical role of Latinos in the upcoming 2012 presidential election and the challenging issues important to Latino voters. continue reading »

FELIZ DIA DE LA MADRE! To Every Mommy, From Your Friends at Hispanically Speaking News

FELIZ DIA DE LA MADRE! To Every Mommy, From Your Friends at Hispanically Speaking News

A rose is a rose is a rose. A mom is pure love, is a friend, is a nurse. continue reading »

$1.2 trillion Hispanic Market Exceeds Economies of All But 13 Countries in the World

$1.2 trillion Hispanic Market Exceeds Economies of All But 13 Countries in the World

According to the Selig Center for Economic Growth, the buying power of minorities in the U.S has grown into a diverse and formidable consumer market in the last decade. continue reading »

ACLU Alleges Extensive Abuse by U.S. Border Patrol

ACLU Alleges Extensive Abuse by U.S. Border Patrol

The American Civil Liberties Union today demanded a federal investigation into allegations of rampant abuse of individuals, including U.S. citizens and legal residents, by Customs and Border Protection agents at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »

Sirius XM Adding More Latino Content with ‘Latin Grammy En Vivo’ Show

Sirius XM Adding More Latino Content with ‘Latin Grammy En Vivo’ Show

National Latino Broadcasting (NLB) announced the launch of Latin GRAMMY En Vivo, a daily show airing on SiriusXM EN VIVO channel 147 at 4:00 pm ET. Hosted by industry veteran Kike Posada, Latin GRAMMY En Vivo is jointly produced by NLB and The Latin Recording Academy, the non-profit organization that recognizes excellence in the recorded arts and sciences through its annual Latin GRAMMY Awards, the most prestigious award in Latin music. continue reading »

National Hispanic Media: Go See Eva Mendes’ Girl In Progress this Weekend.

National Hispanic Media: Go See Eva Mendes’ Girl In Progress this Weekend.

The performance of a film on its opening weekend is crucial. NHMC encourages you to go and watch Eva Mendes, Cierra Ramirez, and Eugenio Derbez this weekend, May 11, in Girl in Progress. continue reading »

Univision Launching 3 Webnovelas In Connection with New Digital Network

Univision Launching 3 Webnovelas In Connection with New Digital Network

This past Friday, Univision, the top network for Spanish-speaking viewers, announced that it would launch a new video digital network and three webnovelas. Webnovelas are similar to telenovelas in the sense that the stories end in cliffhangers, but you will not find these on your TV. continue reading »

House Passes Amendment That Blocks DOJ’s Ability to Challenge Anti-Immigrant Laws

House Passes Amendment That Blocks DOJ’s Ability to Challenge Anti-Immigrant Laws

Late Tuesday night, the House of Representatives pushed through an amendment that would cut off the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) ability to bring new challenges or join existing challenges to nine specific state racial profiling, anti-immigrant laws. continue reading »

Romeo Santos Leads “Premios Juventud” Nominations With 11

Romeo Santos Leads “Premios Juventud” Nominations With 11

In a first-ever, exclusive live streaming event at PremiosJuventud.com today, Univision revealed the names of superstars nominated by viewers for its 9th annual edition of “Premios Juventud” (Youth Awards). continue reading »

Rubio Watch: Senator To Receive The Latino Coalition’s Tributo Award and Deliver Keynote at Summit

Rubio Watch: Senator To Receive The Latino Coalition’s Tributo Award and Deliver Keynote at Summit

The Latino Coalition, the leading Latino non-profit small business organization founded in 1995 with a commitment of building communities and partnerships for a stronger America, announced that U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida will provide a keynote address and receive the annual Tributo Award at its Annual Economic Summit. continue reading »

New Initiative is Helping Children with Cleft Lip and Palate in Peru

New Initiative is Helping Children with Cleft Lip and Palate in Peru

Every year thousands of children in Peru are born with a cleft lip and cleft palate. Also this year, the hospital of San Bartolome of the Ministry of Health has launched a free campaign concerning surgery for this type of malformation. Also this year, the hospital of San Bartolome of the Ministry of Health has launched a free campaign concerning surgery for this type of malformation. With the motto "Your smile is the best gift for your mother," the doctors involved in the project want to improve the quality of life of the poorest children affected by the disease. continue reading »

Sleeping Bus Driver May Be to Blame for Peruvian Crash That Kills 19

Sleeping Bus Driver May Be to Blame for Peruvian Crash That Kills 19

Nineteen people were killed and seven others injured when a bus plunged into a ravine in the northern province of Chachapoyas, Peru's National Police told Efe on Friday. continue reading »

Scientists Believe Starvation May Be the Cause of Mass Bird Deaths Along Peru Shores

Scientists Believe Starvation May Be the Cause of Mass Bird Deaths Along Peru Shores

Scientists believe that the mass seabird deaths in Peru are a result of starvation due to disrupted fish distribution patterns along Peru and Chile’s coasts. continue reading »