Entravision Communications Corporation announced that it has renewed its NFL agreement for three more years, and will be the official NFL Spanish language radio broadcaster for Sunday Night Football through the 2020 season.

Seven years ago, being a purveyor of Spanish-language media wasn't exactly the most lucrative business opportunity in the Milwaukee market. Today, the business climate is so strong that Bustos Media of Wisconsin this week launched a second FM signal targeting Latinos. What's changed? Could this point to opportunity for your stations? FInd out in this Hispanic Radio Podcast.

Traditional and new television distributors seeking to retain and acquire customers in an increasingly competitive market should focus on super-serving Black consumers, who have consistently proven to be some of TV’s best audiences, according to Horowitz Research’s FOCUS Black: The Media Landscape 2018 report.

Coming off the successful launch of its new season on Univision, with record ratings beating those of general market English language Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) properties, Combate Americas president Jacqueline Hernandez announced the opening of La Jaula Studios, a new multi-platform content production studio created to serve the most digitally native, multiracial and multicultural generations that have ever existed—Hispanic Millennials and Generation Z.

Concluding a distinguished, award-winning career spanning nearly five decades, Telemundo 47 senior news anchor Jorge Ramos announced that he will be stepping away from the anchor chair following the conclusion of the station’s Friday, September 21 evening newscasts. Ramos announced his retirement earlier tonight to his colleagues who were gathered inside the Telemundo 47 newsroom.

As health and wellness becomes one of the greatest concerns for nearly all segments of the population, MedicosTV has launched a multifaceted delivery platform for a new channel providing relevant health-related programming aimed at Spanish-speaking Hispanic audiences everywhere.

Televisión Dominicana will launch the exclusive U.S. premiere of the comedy series Las Vacaciones de Los Reyes  (“The Kings’ Vacation”), starring the highly-popular Dominican comedians Raymond Pozo and Miguel Cespedes, on Sunday, August 19, at 9pm ET/6pm PT.

Connected TV households now make up nearly three-quarters of all US households, but those penetration levels don’t necessarily add up to a huge advertising market—yet.

Is it true that the majority of the growth in the U.S. Hispanic market is coming from markets that are below the top 10 Hispanic DMAs? "Generally speaking, yes," reveals Fernando E. Férnandez, Partner and Chief Client Officer at New York-based multicultural advertising agency d'expósito & Partners. But, are media buyers and marketers responding? In this Hispanic Radio Podcast, we look at the locales where your company could thrive.

AdsWizz announced that Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) has partnered with AdsWizz AudioMax platform to power programmatic ad buying for Uforia, its radio and music streaming app for Latinos.

The program, which is pioneered by one of the most influential and popular Latin radio personalities, Alberto “El Terrible” Cortez, includes a variety of segments that connect with Hispanic consumers such as community highlights, international news, celebrity gossip and jokes making it a staple within the morning drive.

“Reto 4 Elementos Naturaleza Extrema” (Four Elements Challenge Extreme Nature) returns to the U.S. The new edition of the reality competition will air on UniMás Tuesday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET/PT (6 p.m. CT), beginning August 14.

In Los Angeles, Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) is locked in a tight three-way battle for regional Mexican listeners, as its KLAX-FM "97.9 La Raza" takes the midday crown. But, it is the rise of KXOL-FM "Mega 96.3" that warrants attention. Could the substantial gains seen by this Latin Urban and "trap music" hub be replicated in your market? The answer could come by way of this exclusive 15-minute Hispanic Radio

With so many video options available today, it’s easy to get tunnel vision—especially when it comes to newer options like streaming and connected TV. But, despite the variety of devices and channels Americans now have to choose from, TV viewing remains their top media option.

Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen isn’t kidding around when it comes to the high cost of programming, telling analysts Friday that its dispute with Spanish-language broadcaster is “probably permanent.”  Courtesy of Broadcasting & Cable

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