Well, I should start by acknowledging that this article’s title can be a bit of an exaggeration, or maybe not, but I am glad it got your attention. In today’s U.S. market landscape there are two types of companies: those who actively try to connect with multicultural consumers, and those that leave it up to chance whether they appropriately connect.  By Isaac Mizrahi - Co-President of ALMA

Every killer piece of content is driven by a great idea. However, in today's social economy of engagement and ROI, it's important to understand how data is slowly but surely becoming the leading factor in generating quality content. As the pendulum shifts from art to science, learning how to leverage audience insights and behavior is a critical part of driving maximum performance of branded content.

As bundled offerings seem to be regaining favor among marketers seeking simplified agency relationships, COMvergence is out with a new study of integrated reviews in the U.S. over the past two years.

The global entertainment market reached $96.8 billion in 2018 – a nine percent increase over 2017 – according to new, combined theatrical and home entertainment data released by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). The 2018 global box office grew to $41.1 billioni, while global home entertainment increased by 16 percent over 2017 levels to reach $55.7 billion.

The Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC in partnership with HispanicAd.com has announced the jury for the 2019 Culture Account Planning Excelencia (CAPE) awards, the only award of its kind that honors multicultural account planning, the strategic bedrock of any successful marketing campaign. Winners will showcase their campaigns during a special CAPE session at the CMC Annual Summit on Tuesday, June 11 at the Statler Hotel in Dallas, Texas.

Using too many data management systems is a daily challenge for 40% of IT decision-markers and data managers worldwide surveyed by Vanson Bourne and data protection firm Veritas. A similar number of respondents said that there are too many data sources to make sense of.

Companies need a diverse set of experiences and skills in the boardroom and throughout their organizations to help drive better outcomes, and to cultivate and reinforce a culture that executes thei

Republica Havas Co-founder, Chairman and CEO Jorge A. Plasencia has been selected to serve on the judging panel for the 2019 Clio Music Awards. The awards celebrate the visceral power of music to connect consumers and brands around the world.

Each week, the Hispanic Radio Podcast focuses on some of the key topics, facts and trends shaping Spanish-language radio — and stations with English-language programming that target Latino consumers.  Many of these topics were shared at the Hispanic Radio Conference, held March 12-13 at the Intercontinental in Doral. This year's two-day event was jam-packed with panel discussions delving in to The Fair Play Charter and where the the Media Leadership Council (MLC) of the 4A’s stands today, and just what programming innovation -- if any -- can be seen across Hispanic radio today.

Nielsen announced that it has reached a long-term agreement for national and local TV ratings measurement with Univision Communications Inc. With this new multi-year agreement, all Univision’s properties including Univision Network, UniMás Network, Univision Deportes (UDN), Galavision Network, El Rey and 36 Univision and UniMás Local TV stations across 19 local markets and Puerto Rico will have continued access to Nielsen’s broad suite of measurement and analytics services.

According to a new study by IPG Media Lab, using data from TVision, TV has a viewability problem similar to that of digital. The study, “Quantifying TV Viewability,” reveals how often people are in the room when ads air and how this varies by daypart, position in ad pod and ad length.

A recent study I conducted in the Neuroscience team at Kantar looks at the implicit perceptions toward feminism: i.e. what people instinctively associate with that idea. The results make me question whether how feminism is portrayed in advertising might actually be widening the gender gap, rather than closing it.  by Rio Cook- Global Neuroscience Innovations Manager / Kantar

The research revealed the human brain needs 400 milliseconds (or 4/10th of a second or less than ½ second), to engage with mobile advertising and trigger an imprint, positive or negative. This means consumer time and attention can´t be taken for granted. Essentially, by the time a consumer blinks, their brain has already seen and processed a mobile ad. And more so, by the time it takes for their heart to beat once, they have very likely formed an emotional response (under 7/10ths of a second).

A majority of younger Americans as well as minority groups believe the way their credit is assessed stacks the economic odds against them relative to other demographics. Eight out of ten Hispanics and African Americans say their credit score is an inaccurate representation of who they are, and want lenders to look at more factors in lending decisions.

The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) announced the formation of a new initiative called the ANA Trust Consortium to help its members address the issue of trust between marketers and the digital supply chain.

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