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Telemundo Seeks Spanglish Speakers, Aiming for New Viewers

Telemundo Seeks Spanglish Speakers, Aiming for New Viewers | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
The network is planning to show English-language subtitles in an effort to attract viewers among the skyrocketing number of second- and third-generation Hispanic-Americans.
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The emergence of a third linguistic space in the U.S Latino television: Cab...: EBSCOhost

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New U.S. TV network fuses news, satire for young Hispanics

LOS ANGELES/MIAMI (Reuters) - On Monday evening, U.S. cable network Fusion will launch with interviews of President Barack Obama and Republican Senator Ted Cruz. Later that night, four puppets will (Page 2 of 2)...
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More Latinos Consume News in English, Report Finds

More Latinos Consume News in English, Report Finds | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
The greater reliance on English-language news reflects the growing proportion of the 52 million Hispanics who were born or raised in the United States.
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NHMC in the News: “The First Latino ‘Bachelor’ Makes His Debut” | National Hispanic Media Coalition

NHMC in the News: “The First Latino ‘Bachelor’ Makes His Debut” | National Hispanic Media Coalition | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
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Cassandra Sanchez's comment, February 3, 2014 11:41 AM
It's so interesting that this is an NPR interview. I loved it! It's really interesting to think about the Latino "Bachelor" from this cultural perspective. I have seen some adds about him on TV and online, but hadn't considered it as a way to diversify. It's true that he looks very european, so it's interesting to consider the cultural aspect of his background. The bilingual and bicultural aspects, through Venezuela, would probably add a new element to this show and could spark other shows to make steps in the same direction. It's possible that this is the beginning of more Latinos in media. It'd be interesting to see what happens after the season and in the coming shows produced by ABC.
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Places, faces, and other familiar things: the cultural experience of teleno...: EBSCOhost

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Neb. City Keeps Rules Aimed at Illegal Immigration - ABC News

Neb. City Keeps Rules Aimed at Illegal Immigration - ABC News | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
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Neb. City Keeps Rules Aimed at Illegal Immigration ABC News The conservative agricultural hub near Omaha that is home to about 26,000 residents is one of a handful of cities that have acted on their own over the last decade to curb...
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Univision's English-Language News Network, Fusion, Targets Millennials - Businessweek

Univision's English-Language News Network, Fusion, Targets Millennials - Businessweek | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
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The 5 Best Fall TV Shows Starring Latinas - Mamiverse

The 5 Best Fall TV Shows Starring Latinas - Mamiverse | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it
Tinsel Town certainly does not reflect the face of America today. The New York Daily News noted earlier this year that whites currently make up 63 percent of the U.S. population.
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Latinos In Entertainment, Have We Reached a New Era?

Latinos In Entertainment, Have We Reached a New Era? | Latinos in the Media | Scoop.it

First it was Jennifer Lopez on American Idol, then Christina Aguilera on The Voice. Now, just as both Univision and FOX are airing the same first-of-its-kind bilingual show, Q’Viva The Chosen, ABC is incorporating Cuban heartthrob William Levy into their hit show Dancing With The Stars, and Telemundo is producing more Spanglish programing than ever (the list goes on, but in the interest of brevity will stick to these examples for now), Comcast has decided to jump on the Latino-oriented entertainment bandwagon by introducing their own all Latino cable channel as well!...


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