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.
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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.
Young millennial Latinos are the fastest growing population in the US who are starting their professional careers, are being educated on the political issues occurring in their communities and have the power to change the wave of a US election but why do politicians still believe young Latinos are not important to U.S. elections?
Read more http://urbantimes.co/magazine/2013/11/the-young-latino-millennial-voter-the-forgotten-voter-politics-vertical/
The new hip-hop concept of selling products through music videos and lyrics, can benefit the music artist and the company selling the product. It benefits the company because it does not have to spend as much on advertising and marketing costs while the music artists gets an increase in financial contribution, all for just showing of a product on a music video.
Read more http://urbantimes.co/2013/11/selling-without-saying-how-hip-hop-artists-sell-products-without-saying-buy/