Monday, March 31, 2008

State of Spanish Language Media 2007

Monday, March 31, 2008

The University of North Texas has just released a State of the Spanish Language Media 2007 report. Take a look at this fascinating snapshot at UNT’s Center for Spanish Language Media, created in 2006, is on the web at UNT’s report – with chapters on Print, Radio, TV, Advertising and Acquisitions - goes into great detail around trends in each media platform, advertising and audience. It touches on a number of developments – from the consolidation in Latino print outlets to the rise in Hispanic online social networking. It also touches on a large unknown for the future of Spanish-language media – that increasingly the Hispanic population here is U.S.-born and may turn to mainstream media over ethnic media as it ages.

For more on the Spanish-language media, see the State of the News Media 2007’s chapter on the ethnic media at

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