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Tuesday, April 1 • 9:30am - 10:55am
The 2014 State of Hispanic Journalists Report: Survey Results Reveal Hispanic Journalists’ Beliefs about Their Careers, Tech and Social Media

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California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), Hispanicize Wire, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and Florida International University (FIU) will unveil the results of their groundbreaking survey that uncovers Hispanic journalists’ beliefs about their careers and their use of social media and technology.
This first annual survey will reveal the challenges and changes that most concern Hispanic journalists today.   The insights will bring awareness to these issues and will ultimately help elevate the journalism industry as a whole.
 
In this session you will learn:
- The mindset most Hispanic journalists have about the way technology and social media ischanging the news business
- What Hispanic journalists say about blogging and even about their own potential interest in becoming media entrepreneurs
- What Hispanic journalists say about different social media tools like Twitter, Facebook, Linked and blogging
- The sentiment Hispanic journalists have towards having to do more with less and their career concerns
- What Hispanic journalists now say about press releases and multimedia content
- Much more!

Moderators
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Francisco Cortes

VicePresident, Fox News Latino
As VicePresident of FoxNewsLatino.com, Francisco Cortes is dedicated to keeping the pulse of the Hispanic community. A key player in helping create and launch the ground-breaking English-language news site in 2010, Francisco now leads and mentors a team of experienced journalists through all phases of content creation. He is responsible for growing and expanding key partnerships throughout the Hispanic marketplace; including new business... Read More →

Speakers
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Hugo Balta

President, National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)
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Inez Gonzalez

Director, California State University, Fullerton
Inez is the Director of the Latino Communications Initiative (LCI) at Cal State University – Fullerton (CSUF). Inez gained her media and entertainment expertise during her nine-year tenure at the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC), her last years there as the Executive Vice President of this leading Latino media advocacy organization. Inez’s accomplishments at NHMC include creating a now thriving media policy program; opening... Read More →
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Dean Kazoleas

Director, Maxwell Center for International Communications, Cal State University Fullerton
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Raul Reis

Dean Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Florida International University
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Manny Ruiz

CEO, Hispanicize
Manny is the Chairman and Founder of the Hispanicize brand of platforms that include the annual Hispanicize event, Hispanicize Wire, Hispanicize digital, Latina Mom Bloggers and the Hispanic PR Blog. In addition to these sister companies, Manny is a large shareholder in the Being Latino platform and publishes his own personal blog PapiBlogger. | | Manny is an accomplished entrepreneur and award-winning, marketing professional with extensive... Read More →


Tuesday April 1, 2014 9:30am - 10:55am
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