Disneylandia al Día Offers Disneyland Traveling Information In Spanish
The site called Disneylandia al Día offers Latinos information when traveling to Disneyland in the Spanish language.
Disneyland is a great place to visit for families not only here in the United…
LATISM: New Website and New Interactivity for the Latino Community
I congratulate the LATISM team in developing a site that will offer it's members continuous interactivity and community involvement.
As you know, the current media landscape is constantly evolving and adapting…
Texas State University Center for the Study of Latino Media and Markets
Texas State University San Marcos, has developed to educate students and professionals alike on how to better develop strategies to the growing Latino consumer market.
A couple of months ago, I introduced myself to a professor, Dr. Federico Subervi,…
After reading Scott Stratten’s book, UnMarketing, I was very impressed…
Artista Social Uses Social Media to Promote Latino Artists and Their Art
Facebook fanpage called Artista Social and is the central hub for all Latino artists to upload their art, discuss the latest artworks or get critiques and feedbacks on their recent artworks, both in English and Spanish.
Ever since I took Spanish Colonial Art as an undergrad at the University of…
FCC Has Landed on Middle Ground
Alliance for Digital Equality distributed a press release in response to an announcement by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on a compromise Net Neutrality plan.
Guest post by Manny Diaz, senior partner at Lydecker Diaz On December 1st the…
John Leguizamo's UrbanoTV is a Multimedia Website Aimed at Bicultural U.S. Hispanics
Latino actor and comedian John Leguizamo created a portal website called UrbanoTV with the goal to provide entertaining online videos, pictures, blogs and other content with Hispanics in mind.
I just happened to come across a site that I believe successfully tapped into…
Hispanic Online Community Rallies to Support Lance Ríos and Being Latino
How did the Being Latino shutdown affected you and what did you do to support Lance's efforts to bring it back?
These past two days were probably one of the most stressful days that Lance…
Internet Users Receive Early Holiday Gift from FCC?
The FCC agency ended months of speculation and uncertainty and outlined proposed guidelines to keep the Internet as open and vibrant as it’s always been.
Guest post by Jorge Bauermeister, owner and blogger of Latino Internet Justice…
I wanted to further explore how individuals use online media for those who enjoy…