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Friday, May 24, 2002

Volume 3, Issue 20

Hispanic Business Magazine

In the news this week...

Hispanic TV Hot Amid Sluggish Q1 Ad Spending
Advertising on Spanish-language network TV rose an impressive 18% while the mainstream media suffered through a sluggish first quarter with just 0.4% growth.

U.S Economy Grows 5.6 Percent
US economic output roared 5.6 percent higher in the first quarter of 2002, the government said Friday, the fastest pace in nearly two years.

NY Women's Bar Association Elects First Latina President
Heather Martinez Zona to be NYWBA's first Latina leader.

U.S. Army Launches 2nd Hispanic Campaign
'Revealing' ads showcase real life army opportunities

Lumina Americas Wins Nike Account
Athletic shoe and apparel company taps integrated agency to target Latin America

Diversity Execs Say Training Key to Retention
In a recent survey by recruitment firm Korn/Ferry International, divesity professionals cited continued training as a key factor in retaining minority and women employees.

Hispanic Federation Raises $1 million at NY Event
The Hispanic Federation collected $1 million in funds Tuesday night at an event in New York to support their humanitarian, cultural and educational programs.

Investor Education Program Expands to Hispanics
'Investing for Success' investor awareness program reaches out to Hispanic community with a new bilingual multimedia workshop.

Mexico President to Address Hispanic Journalists
Mexico President Vicente Fox will kick off the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) 20th Annual Convention at an opening plenary session to be held in Tijuana, Mexico, June 12. The session, "A Conversation with Vicente Fox," will focus on U.S.-Mexico relations and will take place at the Centro Cultural Tijuana.

"Urban Latino" TV Lines Up Syndication Deals
NEW YORK -- Urban Latino TV, LLC announced two clearances solidifying their scheduled syndicated launch this fall.

Survey Reveals Hispanics' Views on Bush, Democrats
U.S. Latino voters have a positive image of Republican President George W. Bush, but at the same time support the Democrats in Congress, according to a national survey released on Tuesday. The survey also says Latinos prefer Bush's policies over those of the Democrats in Congress regarding protection against terrorism, education and family values.


From the current issue of

Hispanic Business magazine

Bordering on Progress
Balancing security and the desire for expanded trade is an increasingly tall order for Mexican and U.S. officials.

Safe Seats Donít Make Sound Politics
As the post-Census 2000 redistricting draws to a close, the big winners havenít been minorities, but rather incumbents.

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