America Is Becoming More Latino, And It Can’t Be Stopped

As we discuss throughout Hispanic Market Overview 2013, set for release April 29 exclusively by, Spanish-language media is alive and well, and growing. Digital platforms are bringing culturally relevant content—and marketing messages—to a growing group of consumers that use Spanish, or English, or both. Pending immigration reform will increase the need for relevant Hispanic media. An improved economy could bring another wave of immigrants from Latin America to the U.S.

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USA 2060: Older and Ethnically Diverse

The U.S. population will be considerably older and more racially and ethnically diverse by 2060, according to projections released by the U.S. Census Bureau. These projections of the nation’s population by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, which cover the 2012-2060 period, are the first set of population projections based on the 2010 Census.

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“The Tower” – a new novel by Adam R Jacobson

“The Tower” – Alfredo de la Torre, a 60-something Mexican-American businessman in San Antonio, Texas, is ready to give up on everything. A rags-to-riches-to-rags tale spanning three decades, this novel demonstrates how passion – when combined with stubbornness and failing to change with the times – can literally kill a dream … and perhaps its protagonist.

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