Is Roku TV Streaming Video a Game Changer?

Roku Inc. is launching a line of TVs that can play video without requiring a bulky set-top box.

Rupert Murdoch's Comeback Year Is 2014

Rupert Murdoch has confounded his biographers, helped cause the breakdown of his second and third marriages, and aggravated his children to no end by his refusal to begin the natural process of retirement and retreat from center stage.

SBS Changes Frequency in Miami

Spanish Broadcasting System is changing the frequency of its popular tropical-format El Zol radio station in Miami, the company announced.

Verizon to Issue Transparency Report

Verizon says it will follow several online giants' lead and reveal more about the customer information it shares with the U.S. government.

LA to Get New Daily Paper

The owner of the Orange County Register plans a new daily newspaper in Los Angeles, the boldest step yet in an expansion across Southern California that emphasizes printed publications while others in the industry are focusing on digital.

TWC Adds Apps for Live Local TV in SoCal

Time Warner Cable says it has made live local TV station signals available on its TWC TV app in Los Angeles and San Diego.

Meruelo Media Buys KDAY Radio Station in LA

Meruelo Group Agrees to Purchase Los Angeles FM Classic Hip-Hop and R&B Radio Station KDAY 93.5 FM

Entravision Initiates Quarterly Cash Dividend

the Entravision network of Hispanic media announced a pair of dividends Thursday.

Martin Bashir Resigns for Palin Comments

Martin Bashir resigned from his post at MSNBC Wednesday after making graphic remarks on his show about Sarah Palin.

Eligio Cedeno and the View From Vme

Eligio Cedeņo, Venezuelan ex-patriot and longtime foe of Hugo Chavez, has made a major investment in U.S. Hispanic media.

Balsera Named Finalist for PRWeek Awards 2014

Balsera Communications, a U.S. Hispanic public affairs agency, has been named a finalist for PRWeek's Multicultural Campaign of the Year for its work with the National Hispanic Landscape Alliance.

Guardian Pressured to Stop NSA Stories: Editor

The Guardian of London has been pressured to stop publishing stories about massive surveillance by U.S. and British spy agencies, the publication's editor said.

SBS, Entravision Make Moves in Hispanic Radio Market

Movement at the top in the U.S. Spanish-language radio market in the third quarter of 2013 saw a new company claiming the No. 1 spot and another moving onto the list with two new stations in the top 10.

Top Websites for U.S. Hispanics

U.S. Hispanic website visitors showed more interest in Yahoo and less in Facebook in 2013.

Networks Vie for U.S. Hispanic TV Viewers

Univision continues to shine among U.S. Hispanic TV viewers, but other networks start to make a move.

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