Why the Latino Media Matter in the 2012 Presidential Election?— A Hispanic Media Panel
Thursday, October 25, 2012

According to the Pew Hispanic Center, a record 24 million Latinos are eligible to vote in the 2012 presidential election. With the Latino vote hotly contested by both presidential hopefuls, Spanish-language and bilingual media have upped their game in covering the topics that matter most: immigration, the economy, healthcare. All, while balancing social media, debates, and the influence of Latam and local politics on voter decisions. Panelists will cover a view on the influence of social media, the debates, and what stories are worth a pitch in the context of the election.

Please join us for a panel moderated by Telemundo’s senior vice president of communications and talent Alfredo Richard featuring:

Prof. Alejandro Alvarado– Florida International University: director of Hispanic media futures for Telemundo
Jose Diaz Balart—Telemundo anchor and NBC contributor
Hirania Luzardo— senior editor/reporter, blogger and columnist for HuffPost Voces
Emilio Sanchez—founder and editor of Voxxi, an online independent news agency in English
Claudia Solis, chief editor Hispanic wire, EFE News Service
The event will be preceded by a reception at Telemundo’s Studio E, the home for national morning show “Un Nuevo Dia”.

Space is limited to the first 40 RSVPs. REGISTER HERE.

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