Bill Cosby has taught us about a lot of things over the years, like parenting skills, how to pick out snazzy sweaters -- and now, how to succeed at social media.
Cosby held a "virtual town hall" on Oct. 19 to discuss issues that face the African-American community and support his latest album, "Bill Cosby Presents the Cosnarati: State of Emergency." It features rappers Jace the Great, Brother Hahz and Super Nova Slom.
Since then, Cosby has taken social media by storm. The event, held at Ustream, generated 1.3
San Diego, CA - El Latino, the No. 1 Hispanic newspaper in San Diego and the largest Hispanic owned Spanish-language newspaper in California has hired Mike Cano as publisher. Cano will be responsible for the daily operations of El Latino.
“Mike brings enormous leadership and a proven track record to El Latino, he is regarded a leading figure in Spanish-language media and we are excited to have him,” said Fanny Miller President and CEO of El Latino.
El Latino was started in 1988 and has become a reliable
Several Hispanic business organizations unite to address problems with healthcare legislation in Congress
WASHINGTON, DC - A number of Hispanic organizations have united to address major problems with the health care legislation passed in the U.S. House of Representatives and urge the Senate to come up with a bipartisan solution for real healthcare reform. They are especially concerned the health care legislation will create a greater tax burden and unfair government mandates on Hispanic small businesses and families. During this critical health care debate, these organizations want their voices to be heard and believe
Only Democratic senators recently voted for resolution to declare National Spanish-language Media Week
It may sound insignificant but you be the judge. Two weeks ago the National Association of Hispanic Publications, the most grassroots organization comprised of Hispanic media, held its annual legislative conference in Washington, DC. Among the many activities slated for the publishers group was a visit to the U.S. Senate.
During the visit, according to NAHP executive director Mary Ann Gomez, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid presented the board of directors with a resolution that had been passed the week prior
WASHINGTON, DC - Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ) Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Daniel Inouye (D-HI), Richard Durbin (D-IL), Kristin Gillibrand (D-NY), and Russ Feingold (D-WI) have introduced the Military Families Act (S. 2757). The Military Families bill would allow immediate family members of active military service members to become lawful permanent residents even when the sponsoring solider has lost his or her life in service. Also included in the bill are the sons and daughters of Filipino World War II veterans whose
The following internship opportunity was submitted by Rogers and Cowan NY on November 11, 2009.
Public Relations Intern – ROGERS AND COWAN
Job Description: ROGERS & COWAN is one of the country's biggest entertainment public relations firms specializing in many areas of public relations including personalities/talent, music entertainment, film, convergence (video games), fashion/lifestyle, fine arts & high culture, film fashion, integrated marketing, product placement and more.
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PRSA’s Dallas, Orange County and Miami Chapters Recognized for outstanding efforts to advance the Society’s national diversity initiatives
SAN DIEGO, CA - The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) honored its Dallas, Orange County and Miami Chapters with the PRSA 2009 Chapter Diversity Award at the PRSA 2009 International Conference.
“We are thrilled to recognize the Dallas, Miami and Orange County Chapters for their ongoing and outstanding commitment to advancing diversity in the profession and in their communities,” said Sonia Sroka, chair of the PRSA Diversity Committee. “These Chapters add value to the Society and raise the bar of