Despite the National Hispanic Media Coalition's work to eliminate the word "illegal" in media coverage because it fuels stereotypes about Hispanics and immigrants, the New York Times announced it will continue to use the term.
Mathew Ingram, a senior writer for the tech website GigaOM, perfectly set the tone for the paidContent Live conference and at the same time summed up where we are in the media business right now.
Governor Susana Martinez says film industry is important to New Mexico and is willing to increase subsidies.
Kmart's ad for its shipping service, in which customers say they they've
"shipped their pants," is getting some potty-mouth buzz on social media.
BajaLibros.com, a leading retailer of eBooks in Spanish, opened its portal for business in the
Fox News said investigative reporter Jana Winter may be jailed if she doesn't reveal the source
of a story about Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes' journal.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords and her husband will be featured on a billboard
in New York City's Times Square supporting stricter gun laws.
The Associated Press announced that it no longer sanctions the use of 'illegal' to describe people.
Four of the nation's most
talented and influential Hispanics in social media will serve as the official MVP
Social Media Correspondents of Hispanicize 2013, it was announced today.
Julius Genachowski, head of the federal agency that approved Comcast Corp.'s purchase of NBCUniversal, said Friday that he is stepping down from a "revitalized" Federal Communications Commission over the next several weeks.
High-speed Internet customers of Comcast are going to see their computer service get even faster.
The cable giant is now offering the Semillitas channel, which highlights Hispanic heritage and traditions and is aimed at Hispanic children 5 years and under.
The Washington Post is joining elite newspapers
like the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times in asking
frequent users to pay for reading its reports on the Internet.
Yellow pages publisher Dex One and Texas-based SuperMedia have filed
"pre-packaged" bankruptcy plans in order to move ahead with their merger.
Eleven executives from Comcast, Fox Hispanic Media, Telemundo and other high-profile media outlets have been tapped for Multiethnic TV Leadership Awards, it was announced.