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Elizabeth Llorente is the Politics Editor for Fox News Latino. As a George Polk Award recipient and New Jersey Journalist of the Year, Llorente has written for the Bergen Record and has had her worked featured on ABC-TV’s Nightline for “A Tale of Two Cultures,” her series on ethnic relations in a small New Jersey town.

Llorente has dedicated herself to raising the standards of race and ethnicity reporting and to teaching future journalists. As a University of Missouri School of Journalism alumnus, Llorente was featured as a keynote commencement speaker and founded New Jersey’s annual Ethics in Journalism forum. She has won top honors from the New Jersey Press Association, New York’s Deadline Club and the New York Society of the Silurians.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

NEWS 12 Español

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Two-time Emmy Nominee and multimedia journalist Mariela Murdocco has been in the Spanish broadcast industry for over a decade. Mariela is currently the Anchor and Producer for NEWS 12 Español in New Jerseyand the Bronx.

Her work has covered everything from the arts, music and entertainment to health, finance, education, politics, environment and community. Parallel to her work as a journalist, she is also an independent TV and documentary producer and does professional photography. Mariela is the new Spanish Language at Large Officer of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Keep reading to find out more on Mariela, including the best ways to pitch her, when to reach her and what she’s looking to cover for the site.

Friday, March 15, 2013

NBC Latino

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NBCLatino.com is the new voice of American Hispanics. It takes Hispanic news beyond the usual conversation toward something empowered and energized. With powerful news, information and stories about successful and inspiring Hispanics, NBC Latino creates a unique space that reflects Hispanic pride.

One of the people behind this website is Nina Terrero, web producer for NBC Latino. Her role includeswriting, producing, shooting and editing high-volume text and video content on a daily basis. She reports on food, lifestyle and entertainment for Latinos with a fresh perspective.

Just under a year old, Cosmopolitan for Latinas, from the publishers of Cosmopolitan, is an online magazine with a Latina voice. Launched in May 2012, the magazine covers all of the things from el mundo Latino such as beauty and fashion tips, entertaining and family issues. Cosmopolitan for Latinas is also published in print twice a year.

One of the editor’s behind this sizzling new magazine is Kystyna Chavez, assistant editor for the print and online editions. Her role includes producing web content daily and covering beauty, fashion, technology and entertainment topics for the print issues.

Find out more on Krystyna, including the best ways to pitch her, when to reach her and what she’s looking to cover for the magazine.

Jose argas Ulloa is the “Latino CyberGuy” providing brands inside access to the Latino Tech Market in Spanish/English TV, radio and social media in the United States. Mr. Ulloa has worked in the broadcast industry for over 25 years beginning as a radio news reporter for KIIS AM/FM. He also helped to create the Univision Network Traffic Department when it was launched in 1997 and was an Ombudsman to over 100 affiliates.

The Latino CyberGuy is a weekly contributor on the MundoFox Spanish TV Network in Los Angeles presenting a “live demo” tech segment for Channel 22 KWHY News and a three minute taped segment on the latest technology on the morning show Viva el 22. He is also featured quarterly on the Fox11 GDLA #1 morning show in English in Los Angeles


We are thrilled to be teaming up with Hispanicize 2013 and the Hispanic PR Blog.

Our first media spotlight of the week is Vista Magazine, a bi-monthly, bilingual publication nationally distributed to newspapers with a combined circulation of approximately 900,000. The publication serves established and emerging Hispanic communities throughout the United States and is designed to represent cultural heritage in an upbeat and compelling editorial format. Vista’s unique editorial approach delivers content focused on issues central to Latinas’ contemporary lives in health, family, finances, parenting, education, style and celebrations.

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