For years, Univision has been the most trusted television network among Latinx Americans. As the company pivots to embrace the potential of on-demand streaming, what can other broadcasters and brands learn from its success in reaching the fastest-growing ethnic demographic in the US?
The number of Latinx-owned businesses in the US surged in the 2010s, with Gen Yers leading the charge to establish their version of the American Dream. Yet these entrepreneurs often face challenges that White-owned businesses do not. So, how can brands help make their aspirations a reality?
Moving to a new country is stressful enough, and navigating inscrutable social services that aren’t tailored to your needs doesn't help. Saber es Poder is bridging the information gap for Spanish-dominant Americans with comprehensive services and easy-to-understand advice.
Latinx Americans constitute one of the fastest-growing ethnic demographics in the US, yet their presence in mainstream media is severely lacking. How are digital channels helping to address this under-representation? And what do broadcasters and brands need to know about these audiences?
The Latinx community is the largest minority in the US, but it’s still poorly represented across the media. Club Mundo Kids is an educational TV show broadcast in the US and Latin American territories, offering positive representation for children in a mainstream format.