Immigration, LGBT Advocates Telling Their Stories Digitally

Immigration, LGBT Advocates Telling Their Stories Digitally

Mary Mata March 11, 2012

Immigration and LGBT advocates spoke about the ways in which they utilized digital media to organize around their issues and campaigns at the Still Invisible? Waging Stories with Social Media […]

Latinos Spend More Time On Social Media Than Other Groups

Mary Mata March 9, 2012

By Juan Elizondo Given the habits in my own home, I wasn’t surprised to read more evidence that Hispanics spend more time in social media channels than other ethnic groups in the United States. […]

Facebook Allows Advertisers To Target Latinos

Mary Mata February 23, 2012

Facebook is now allowing its advertisers to select their targeting based on ethnicity — specifically Latinos. This makes sense, considering that 1 in 6 Americans are now Latino, which represents a […]

Through Film Ralph Lopez Tells Real Stories We Can Learn From

Mary Mata February 8, 2012

“Lilia” is a short film that was released last year directed and written by Sam Lerma and produced by Ralph Lopez. It’s a story that many of us can relate to, […]

English Language Latino Media Heats Up

Mary Mata

By Tomás Custer, With the recent announcement that another Spanish-language TV network is launching (MundoFox). I thought it pertinent to take a look at the other side of the coin, […]

My iPhone Is My Child And My Email Is My Identity

Mary Mata January 6, 2012

By Amalia Deloney, Grassroots Policy Director at the Center for Media Justice Holidays are always fun, if for no other reason than you get to see your family and old […]

Tweet For Tat Between Cuban Blogger, Castro’s Niece

Mary Mata November 11, 2011

Yoani Sánchez, the writer behind the acclaimed blog Generation Y, which details daily life inside Cuba, went head-to-head on Twitter this with Mariela Castro, daughter of current leader Raul Castro. As reported […]