Adolfo Aguilar & Gisela Girard of San Antonio agency, Creative Civilization, will chair the fall conference of the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA) in New Orleans, September 6-9 at the Inter-Continental Hotel.

Last week, StarMedia Network reported larger than expected losses. Fernando Espuelas - CEO of StarMedia Network also stated that the company would not meet their promise of becoming profitable by year's end.

A study released by LatPro, an employment website for Hispanic professionals, reveals that most corporate Diversity advertising campaigns reach few minority job-seekers.

Cartel Creativo named Pablo Muñiz chief strategist from group account director at Bromley Communications, San Antonio.

The Internet bubble may have burst, but that doesn't mean the fizz has gone out of the communications industry, even with serious pressures on consumer and institutional spending affecting most media and information sectors.

The announcement by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) that the U.S.

PR Newswire launched U.S. Hispanic and Latin America Broadcast Services, providing both production and distribution services "in-language and in-culture" to serve the growing appetite for video and audio broadcast content in the thriving Latin marketplaces.

Public service directors view issues relating to children to be the most important issues addressed by public service advertisements (PSAs), reports a study released by The Advertising Council and Lieberman Research Group.

The Commerce Department's Census Bureau said it will revise its methodology to estimate the number of people with and without health insurance.

The Procter & Gamble Company announced a new stage in the “Avanzando con tu Familia” (i.e., helping your family to get ahead) program with the launch of a monthly Free Standing Coupon Insert (FSCI) program especially designed to benefit Hispanic families.

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) traditionally supports immigration policies that are generous, fair, and humane. In the area of immigration control, NCLR takes the position that, as a sovereign nation, the United States can and should control its borders.

America's most financially vulnerable households are turning more and more to high-cost alternative financial services providers -- commonly called "fringe" lenders -- to meet their basic financial services needs, according to a report released by the Fannie Mae Foundation.

American Airlines announced that Di Ann Sanchez will be joining its management team as vice president - Diversity and Talent Management with the airline's Human Resources organization.

This August looks promising for mass retail sales for several reasons. Most of those shopping for back-to-school items will finish almost all their shopping by the end of August, according to a survey by the International Mass Retail Association.

NAMIC announced it will hold a newly-formed Diversity Roundtable as a forum for cable/telecommunications industry diversity practitioners to discuss and share diversity information, challenges and best practices during The 15th Annual NAMIC Conference: Digital Media & Diversity being held Sep