In this Issue:
- Victory! “José Luis Sin Censura” Hit With Historic Fine As A Result Of NHMC/GLAAD Complaint
- Paving the Way for More Latinos in Hollywood
- NHMC Washington, D.C. Policy Shop Update
- Honoring Public Servants and Media Companies at the 4th Annual D.C. Impact Awards Reception
- Another Successful Year of NHMC’s TV Writers Program
- Save the Date for Impact Awards Gala and MediaCon!
Victory! “José Luis Sin Censura” Hit With Historic Fine As A Result Of NHMC/GLAAD Complaint
Paving the Way for More Latinos in Hollywood
On November 19, NHMC and the Los Angeles Theatre Center (LATC) hosted the first Latino Scene Showcase.
NHMC Washington, D.C. Policy Shop Update
Honoring Public Servants and Media Companies at the 4th Annual Washington, D.C. Impact Awards Reception
On November 14, NHMC celebrated its 4th Annual Washington, D.C. Impact Awards Reception at the National Association of Broadcasters’ headquarters. At the reception, NHMC honored ZGS Communications for its Outstanding Service to the Latino Community, and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel and Congressman Ben Ray Luján for Outstanding Public Service. Click here to learn more about the honorees.
More photographs from NHMC’s 4th Annual Washington, D.C. Impact Awards Reception are available at www.flickr.com/nhmc. NHMC’s Washington, D.C. Impact Awards Reception honors public servants and community leaders, as well as media professionals and entities, whose achievements, generosity of spirit, and courage under fire have greatly benefited the welfare of the nation in the areas of media and telecommunications. Sponsors included the National Association of Broadcasters, Google, Sprint, T-Mobile and ZGS Communications. A number of other donors also provided generous support for the event. Their tax-deductible gifts to the National Hispanic Media Coalition, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, support NHMC’s mission.