National Hispanic Media Coalition
"It’s time to end the whitewashing and put Latinos in front of and behind the camera.”
“It’s going to cost [CBS] with the Asian community and with other communities of color.”
In response to growing anti-Muslim hate crimes, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) chapter in Washington state held the first ever pilot event that educates Muslims on how to approach questions from the media.
It's not uncommon for civil rights groups to receive support from companies on both sides of the issue, given that net neutrality
Whereas Hollywood has offered some media crumbs to the English-speaking, acculturated Latino masses, very few of them have truly captured the acculturated Latino voice. In fact, the few attempts made by Hollywood to represent the American Latino voice have failed miserably.
On Friday night, the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) honored outstanding Latino talent for helping erase negative
The National Hispanic Media Coalition said Tuesday it would renew its push to force the “John and Ken Show” off the air, now
The largest gap in the opinons on O’Reilly and Maddow viewers circulated around the issue of jobs. About 44 percent of O’Reilly
Our airing of Jorge-Mario Cabrera's business cellphone number on the show was legal, but morally it wasn't the right thing to do. Doing it was a mistake. We've apologized, a lot, and we mean it.
For too long, John and Ken have spit venom for ratings and money. The time is now for the people to rise up and demand a more accountable media and to demand that John and Ken be removed from the air.
If Clear Channel is sincere about their intent to serve Los Angeles' diverse communities they should take John and Ken off the air immediately.
This annual diversity report card reflects a decline in Latino diversity at the four major television networks -- ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox.