Powerful Latina journalists reflect on the past & future of Hispanics in media

Published in All Digitocracy. There are over 54 million Hispanics in the U.S. today according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Attitudes toward this community have improved over the past three decades but four of the most powerful Latina journalists say there’s still work to be done. Here are three things learned from veteran journalists Maria […]

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From Reporters to Business Owners: Hispanic Entrepreneurs On Joining the Startup Culture

Published in All Digitocracy. Tania Luviano had been a TV news anchor for 10 years until she was laid off during the 2008 economic crisis. She sent resumes to several media companies but nobody was hiring. Luviano found herself vlogging about her life as a mother and founded Latina Mom TV. “You have to stick […]

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GoBaller Founder Chris Dell: More Hispanic startups and investors are needed today

Published in All Digitocracy. In the United States, less than one percent of Latino owned startups are backed by venture capitalists, according to a study by CB Insights. Hispanics’ buying power totaled $1.3 trillion in 2014, according to a report from Selig Center for Economic Growth, and spent 13 percent more than the overall population […]

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Carlos Spartacus

Listen to his story:  Art is educational. Art can transcend one idea to another and make people think about certain topics. And that is exactly what Carlos Spartacus wants to do for the rest of his life. Being an artist may not be the easiest job with a stable salary, but Spartacus does not care […]

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