Cristina Saralegui, host of Univision’s top-rated The Cristina Show, has been unanimously elected into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame, which each year honors those who have made significant contributions to the electronic arts. Cristina joins luminaries in the Hall of Fame Roster such as Eduardo Caballero, Johnny Carson, Tom Brokaw, Ted Koppel, Dan Rather, Dick Clark and Jackie Gleason.

Eduardo Caballero, a pioneer in the US Hispanic media industry, was recognized for his achievement in building a successful minority owned and operated business. For over 40 years Eduardo Caballero has been leaving his footprints in both the Radio and TV industry.

HThe Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA), a national, non-profit organization founded to advance the careers of Hispanics in the Communications industry, will host its PRemio Awards & Scholarship Dinner on Wednesday, October 19th at 6 p.m. at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles.

More than 100 Latinas are being featured in a new Sacramento museum exhibit, celebrating their success, achievements and telling their story of significant contributions to California’s history. A steering committee of Hispanic leaders identified, researched and collected artifacts, photographs, and other items that can be seen on display.

Univision Network’s news anchor Jorge Ramos and talk show host Cristina Saralegui are featured among “The 25 Most Influential Hispanics in America,” profiled in Time Magazine’s August 22, 2005 issue.

Sí TV announced a $600,000 contribution to La Raza Development Fund, a subsidiary of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).

Univision Communications Inc. Cristina Saralegui, host of Univision Television Network’s “El Show de Cristina”, has been elected to Broadcasting & Cable Magazine’s Hall of Fame in recognition of her 15 years of contributions to the electronic arts.

The Board of Directors of the National Association of Investment Companies (“NAIC” or “the Association”), will present to Eduardo Caballero the 2005 NAIC “Pacesetter Award”.

Casa Naranja is a networking firm founded to meet the lifestyle needs of the modern Latin American woman. Beginning in June, the company will host exclusive monthly events at different New York City venues. Casa Naranja's services include resource and networking development; planning, hosting and fundraising for events; and an e-zine and members-only concierge guide.

UNITY: Journalists of Color is challenging each of the 743 members of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) -- some 265 of who will be gathered this week for ASNE's annual conference -- to take bold action in diversifying their newsrooms.

WNJU vice president and general manager Manuel Martínez-Llorián was honored on Saturday, April 11 by Congressman Bob Menendez (D, NJ) with a prestigious United States “Congressional Pin” in recognition of his achievements as a broadcaster and member of the Telemundo family, and for his contributions to the advancement of the Hispanic community.

May he rest in Peace.

May he rest in Peace.

Yasmin Davidds, daughter of Latino immigrants, recognized speaker, coach and expert in Latino women issues, announced the Spanish release of her audio/CD self-help system “¡Adelante Mujer! Los siete pasos al éxito para la mujer latina”.

Girls Inc. will honor Linda De Jesús-Cutler at the annual Girls Inc. Celebration Luncheon on March 30th in New York City.