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Diverse Fall TV lineup

We are all excited that Fall 2014 has proven to be a promising TV season for minorities.  Shonda Rhimes, TV writer/producer extraordinaire has done it again with her hit, How to Get Away With Murder on ABC’s Thursday line up.  We all know Scandal is great, and this new shows looks just as amazing.  Rhimes Read More

Comedy without the stereotypes

Would you finally like to stop watching reality TV? There is a show that is filled with diversity and two Latina leads that could make anyone’s heads spin! FOX has a picked up a second season starring Latinas, Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The series will air every Sunday 8:30/7:30c, stay tuned. Read More

Red Band Society

As a four year brain cancer fighter and survivor, I can relate to the creator of the show, ‘Red Band Society’. It takes great courage and determination to not only share your trials, but also your illness with the world. Albert Espinosa is the creator of Red Band Society and was also diagnosed with a Read More

Cristela hits the small screen in October


Have you heard of the new ABC sitcom coming this Fall featuring a Latina as the main character?  It’s called Cristela.  Fusion reported a few months ago that “Cristela” was called “the little show that could” and it will be on ABC’s Fall primetime line-up.  Cristela Alonzo, an up and coming stand-up comedian who is Read More

Does Rosie Perez on “The View” matter?

On September 3, the Brooklyn born daughter of Puerto Rican parents was hired to be a co-host on the ABC daytime talk show, The View. After The View’s 17 year history of airing on ABC, it has officially added a Latina to its permanent staff of hosts. Yes, it does matter. Being that The View has Read More

If Only Getting Fast Internet Was Fast… Oh Wait, It Is!


Technology. It’s supposed to make our lives easier, but sometimes it does the complete opposite. As an entrepreneur, running several media companies, I cannot afford to waste time and am always looking for ways to make my life, and business processes faster. And as an internet-based entrepreneur, I need reliable fast internet to assure that Read More

Sofia Vergara’s still got it

If you tuned into the Emmy award show this year, you would have seen Sofia Vergara embracing the stage on a rotating base flaunting her beauty and curves while the CEO and chairman of the Academy gave a speech. It garnered a lot of attention on social media especially on Twitter. “The move was slammed Read More

There will only be one Don Francisco


Don Francisco  is a name most of us have heard in our households for many years. Most people can remember sitting in the living room with their parents or grandparents just to watch Sabado Gigante.The show has become an integral part in the lives of many Latinos, and the show along with the host Don Francisco Read More

How the MiTú network came to be

Beatriz Acevedo started her road to success in Mexico in the 1990s, with a program similar to E!. It was on the this show that she met with Robert Rodriguez, an up and coming director who gave her some life changing advice. He told her off the air that she should sell her car and Read More

What’s going on at Mun2?

Mun2, the bilingual cable network continues to go through staff changes as Hanna Bolte, the VP of Media and Talent Relations, is no longer with the network. Her departure adds to the growing list of employees who have left for other opportunities or whose contracts were not renewed. Mun2 target audience has been young adult Latinos Read More