Archive for October, 2009

Who said Spanish-language media does not have an impact? In the tradition of New York city tabloids, the message coming from major Spanish-language media outlets looks clear to us. What do you think?


Click here to read more about what El Diario had to say about The CNN Latino Controversy.

To follow El Diario on Twitter, go to @eldiariony.

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v5, the exclusive online marketer of FernandoVarela.com, was very proud to have helped the UFL last week in helping to bring fans to the October 22 Florida Tuskers game at the Citrus Bowl. Through a strategy of connecting with football fans in Orlando and as well as Orlando media outlets on Twitter and Facebook, v5’s campaign brought people to the game. We had a blast. Can’t you just tell from the face of @papijulio?


Here are some pictures of the game and of the section we helped to fill: v5’s UFL Photo Album

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If you are a Latino in Social Media (LATISM), then you know about the incredible page that is Being Latino on Facebook.


This site has over 19,800 members and should easily surpass 20,000 very soon, especially if it continues to offer Latinos on Facebook the opportunity to dialogue and discuss the hot-button topics affecting Latinos, particularly the reactions to CNN’s Latino in America.

If you are on Facebook and want to see what others are saying about the CNN special, go to Being Latino and join in the conversation. Let your voice be heard.

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