While observers in the general market tussle about network and cable's haul in the looming upfront, there's another part of the TV spectrum that's almost assured to increase when all is said and done: Hispanic TV.
He may still be chairman and chief executive of Black Entertainment Television, the cable channel he founded and then sold to Viacom Inc. for $3 billion in 2000. But these days Robert L. Johnson is also a man in search of new business ventures.
Hispanics in South Florida have higher wireless bills than the national
average, and more of them use cellphones than the average.
Though not competing for awards, films from Latin America were in the spotlight at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday.
Elsa Patterson found her Vegas fortune ensuring that many of Sin City's guests made it aboard the correct bus on their way out of the airport.
Industry experts agree the timing for a Latino lifestyle brand couldn't be better, what with the booming growth of the Latino population and an increased interest in Latino culture among the the general consumer audience.
California's millions of immigrants tend to be poorer than U.S.-
born residents, and have sub-par health care, but most of them still
live an average of four years longer, according to a report released
Chain migration is boosting Hispanic populations in less likely destinations, such as Omaha, Neb., Racine, Wis., towns in Georgia and North Carolina and enclaves across the St. Louis area.
Cuban officials announced Monday they were freezing most sales in dollars in response to new U.S. proposals aimed at toppling the government of President Fidel Castro.
High-profile Hispanic players help a team attract Hispanic fans, but they're not essential, according to team personnel, analysts and even fans.
Around the country, eBay entrepreneurs are shunning the 9-to-5 world and finding a 21st-century gold rush on the Internet.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Sylvia Mendez, a 67-year-old retired nurse, is not a lawyer, professor, or policy maker. But for many, her name is synonymous with the defeat of segregation.
Innovation and growth are bringing better business and personal tools – from cell phones and laptops to inventory control systems – with some lower prices.
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