<![CDATA[ALEX NOGALES ON CBS NEWS' HIRING OF FORMER UNIVISION ANCHOR MARIA ELENA SALINAS: "THIS IS A HOPEFUL START TO INCREASED REPRESENTATION, BUT WE NEED TO ALSO SEE LATINOS AS CORRESPONDENTS AND ANCHORS IN NEW YORK CITY TO HAVE REAL AND ADEQUATE REPRESENTATION"]]>READ MORE
<![CDATA[The NHMC today has lambasted both the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative's recent study, "Inclusion in the Director's Chair", for excluding Latinos as part of its research and findings, as well as Los Angeles Times reporter Jen Yamato for failing to follow up with the study's researchers as to why Latinos were not included.]]>READ MORE
<![CDATA[The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) honored local Latinos in New York City for their leadership and invaluable contributions to the Latino community at its 4th annual New York Impact Awards Reception at Google headquarters. Honorees included CBS 2 New York reporter Valerie Castro, online content creator and video producer Joanna Hausmann, co-anchor of Today in New York Darlene Rodriguez, and president & CEO of the Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network, Inc. (HITN) Michael D. Nieves. Also, in honor of NHMC’s former board member - the late Angelo Falcón - NHMC presented the first Angelo Falcón Indomitable Spirit Award posthumously to Falcón. ]]>READ MORE
National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) is a woman-led 501(c)(3) non-profit civil and human rights organization that was founded to eliminate hate, discrimination, and racism toward the Latino communities.
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