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FCC To Study Hispanic TV Viewing, Ownership | TVNewsCheck.com

FCC To Study Hispanic TV Viewing, Ownership | TVNewsCheck.com | Hispanic In America | Scoop.it

As part of its long-standing examination of broadcast diversity issues, the FCC today announced it will conduct a study of the relationships among Hispanic television station ownership, Hispanic-oriented programming and Hispanic television viewing. 

 

According to 2012 Census data, 17% of the total U.S. population — or 53 million people — are of Hispanic origin, representing the largest ethnic/racial minority in the country.

 

The commission said the study will be its first systematic examination of the Hispanic television market and will be one of the first that will incorporate comprehensive data from the FCC’s recently improved 323 ownership form.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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According to 2012 Census data, 17% of the total U.S. population — or 53 million people — are of Hispanic origin, representing the largest ethnic/racial minority in the country." Census 2012

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Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic in the United States today. With help from the Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends project, we are able to draw several important conclusions that are ve…

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There's an important fact to keep in mind when referring to Hispanic Culture. In my perception,Social media is in our DNA. Latinos love interaction, communication and overall it is an active community. We just found another and a more aggressive way to communicate to the masses. However the interaction concentrates mainly in our own subcultures and not becoming part of social media Melting Pot. There are some exceptions.

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