OKLAHOMA CITY, February 2, 2014 - Launching a start-up is no easy task, especially when you are in college. The last thing you need to do is spend money on non-essentials. Every dollar counts with getting to the bottom line, cash flow.
OKLAHOMA CITY, February 2, 2014 — Coca-Cola, which has long celebrated America in its ads, chose to highlight America’s cultural diversity in its Super Bowl ad this year. The ad features American faces that are young, old, brown, white, and from a variety of cultures — American Indian, Hispanic, Israeli, Arab. It features a traditional family and a gay family — a first for a Super Bowl ad. In the background are voices singing America the Beautiful in English, then in other languages, as people sing and dance and explore America in feathers, cowboy hats and hijabs.
OKLAHOMA CITY, January 23, 2014 - George P. Bush, grandson of President George H.W. Bush, nephew of President George W. Bush and son of Florida Governor Jeb Bush has an impressive family political dynasty, but does that translate into gaining support from the Hispanic community beyond Texas should the young Bush eye the presidency?
OKLAHOMA CITY, January 5, 2014 – The 2014 midterm elections is right around the corner, and political parties from both sides of the aisle are lining up campaign speeches and finger pointing tactics to get voters out to vote.
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Watch as Juan Luna asks leaders in the Oklahoma City area about Hispanic Media in Oklahoma and the US. I myself take part of this series in part II.
WASHINGTON, November 28, 2013 — Winning the Hispanic vote in the 2016 presidential election won’t be easy. Serious candidates — Republican, Democrat or Independent — will have to address the Hispanic community’s number one issue, comprehensive immigration reform.
Hispanic media in the US is growing with the help of social media and a growing Hispanic demographic. Juan Luna, a media college student from the University of Oklahoma, gives you a perspective on Hispanic media in the US & Oklahoma. Watch part one of the documentary as prominent Hispanic professionals and students (from Oklahoma) discuss the role of Hispanic media in the US and Oklahoma.