SAVE THE DATE: August 22, 2019. NHMC's Los Angeles Impact Awards Luncheon honors local Latinos making a positive difference through a variety of media and civic engagement.
Apply today for the paid, five-week intensive workshop that prepares Latinos for writing jobs on television shows at major networks. The program will be held in Los Angeles, CA from September 30 to November 1, 2019. Deadline to submit your application: July 20, 2019!Learn more
Thank you to all of our generous sponsors and supporters for making the 2019 NHMC Latino Scene Showcase one of our best ever! 400 Hollywood executives attended the event to watch short works of scenes written, performed and directed by Latinos. NHMC is proud to assist these talented creatives in opening the door for their up-and-coming, very successful careers!Learn more
The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) advocates for the Latino media community, ensuring that we are fairly and consistently represented in news and entertainment and that our voices are heard over the airwaves and on the internet.Learn More
The Media Family Tree was created to clearly organize the major conglomerates in the film and television industry, each of which have multiple subsidiaries. What is being examined is the percentage of ownership in our industry. Data can be found on IMBDPro, Wikipedia, the FCC's website, and Box Office Mojo. Ownership can change year-to-year and those changes will be shown below.Learn More
The New York Impact Awards Reception, convened by the National Hispanic Media Coalition annually during Hispanic Heritage Month in October, honors journalists, media outlets, civil rights organizations, and community leaders amplifying the voices of Latinos.VIEW EVENT
The Latino Scene Showcase, founded in 2012, cultivates emerging talent to write, act and direct 5-minute scenes of original scripts written, performed and directed by graduates of the NHMC’s programs. Rehearsals are mandatory. Conducted twice in one-day, the showcase allows 400+ entertainment industry executives, talent representatives, and casting directors to watch the scenes and later connect and network with participants. The goal is for participants to break into network television.VIEW EVENT
The National Hispanic Media Coalition is devoted to increasing and improving portrayals of Latinos in the media while advocating for communications policies that elevate voices from within the community.
Preserving media ownership limits is critical to protecting media owners of color from being crowded out by rampant media consolidation. Broadcast licenses held by people of color remain far below 10 percent at a time when over a third of Americans are people of color. Latinos are severely underrepresented as media owners, despite being one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the US with $1.5 trillion in purchasing power.Learn More
The Lifeline Program has worked for three decades as the only government program dedicated to bringing phone and internet service within reach for people of color, the poor, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, and the less educated.Learn More
In today’s digital age, consumers are growing more concerned about the invasions of their privacy by the government and corporations. Government agencies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have sweeping access to the personal information of individuals and user activity online.Learn More
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