June 12 - 13, 2024
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall when industry experts sit down for a conversation? You can do just that during the Hispanic Radio Conference’s Morning Coffee Chat with an Advertising Expert on June 15! HRN Media Network’s Clark Logan and Horizon Media’s Natalie Henderson will share a wide-ranging conversation about Hispanic radio — where it is and how it is evolving. Logan brings a wealth of knowledge about Hispanic radio, and Henders offers the perspective of someone who works for the largest media agency in the United States!
If this question makes you pause, the Hispanic Radio Conference’s Advertising and Revenue Strategies panel on June 15, 2023, is a must-attend! Spanish-language stations offer incredible, but often untapped, value to advertisers. Your stations have deep social, linguistic, and cultural connections to the communities you serve, and your listeners and on-air talent share relationships that are unique in media.
Each year the Hispanic radio community recognizes its outstanding leaders at the Medallas de Cortez awards ceremony, a highlight of the Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami. On June 14th, Gloria Constanza, Partner & Chief Contact Strategist at d expósito & Partners, will be honored with a special award for Distinguished Leadership in Hispanic Media.
Join the discussion of “Talent Development and Management” during the Hispanic Radio Conference to be held June 15, 2023. This exclusive session will examine how to identify and develop on-air and off-air talent, best practices for talent management and retention, and a look at emerging talent trends and opportunities.
There is no greater time than now for Latino voices to be heard. Register for the Hispanic Radio Conference and don’t miss this important session: “Washington Update: Legal and FCC Issues Facing Hispanic Radio in 2023,” on June 15. The FCC’s empty chair is a hot topic. Hispanic advocacy groups feel they are not being heard by the White House. Midterm election results are in, and the U.S. House of Representatives is in Republican control — how will that impact the legislative and FCC issues facing broadcasters in Washington?
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Early bird registration is now open for the 14th Annual Hispanic Radio Conference, June 14-15, 2023. This two-day, action-packed conference will be held at the Intercontinental Hotel Doral in Miami.
Registration includes admittance to all daily keynote sessions with the top executives in the industry, two full days of roundtable and panel discussions with your peers, and a cocktail reception on day one, along with a continental breakfast and lunch on day two. Plus the always inspiring Medallas de Cortez awards ceremony. Click here to register.
The action-packed agenda for the 2023 Hispanic Radio Conference is online now, offering sessions on content, revenue, talent management, technology, and the crucial topic of Hispanic radio and political and social issues
Take a look at the agenda HERE, and keep an eye out for updates.
“Radio Ink’s Hispanic Conference is a must-attend annual event that sparks impactful conversations and empowers the Hispanic multimedia industry. It’s a unique platform that brings together the best in the business to discuss new ideas, best practices, trends, and strategies. No matter if you’re a seasoned broadcaster or advertiser seeking to get a better understanding of the power of Hispanic radio, everyone who attends this event always walks away learning key valuable insights.” — Albert Rodriguez, President/COO, Spanish Broadcasting System
“There was learning to be done by every department in a radio station. Programming, sales management, engineering, and even regulatory information were a part of the program. People who were new to radio were exposed to issues they didn’t know were a part of the radio ecology; longtime broadcasters had a chance to hear new ideas about establishing radio’s digital identity. It was a master course in radio trends and best practices.”
— Ben Downs, Vice President and General Manager, Bryan Broadcasting Corp.
“This year’s Hispanic Radio Conference may have been the best one in the conference’s illustrious 14-year history. It saw both U.S. Senator (and likely U.S. presidential candidate) Marco Rubio, as well as newly appointed NAB CEO Curtis LeGeyt speak out about the vital role of Hispanic radio in our society, and it introduced the industry to its newest and largest Latina-owned Hispanic radio company in Latino Media Network, while pulling together industry veterans across generations. It truly highlighted the evolution and maturity of Hispanic radio in the United States. Beyond all that, the networking was humming at all times and the panels were riveting. I’m looking forward to see how they top that next year.”
— Frank Montero, Managing Partner, Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, PLC
“The top voices in Spanish radio are always at Radio Ink’s Hispanic Radio Conference.”
— Angelica “Angie” Balderas, Senior VP Integrated Marketing Solutions, Entravision Communications
“For anyone wanting to stay current or break into the Hispanic audio marketplace, Radio Ink’s Hispanic Radio Conference is a must. Two days of informative sessions and networking opportunities with industry thought leaders and influencers. I highly recommend the conference.”
— Matt Feinberg, Chief Strategy Officer, HRN (Gen Media)
Radio Ink was proud to present the 2022 Medallas de Cortez at the Hispanic Radio Conference on June 22 in Miami at the Intercontinental at Doral.
This was the 13th awards ceremony that recognizes excellence in Hispanic radio programming, sales, and management. The awards are named in honor of Raoul Cortez, founder of KCOR, the first Spanish-language radio station in the United States, in 1946.
Satellite? Streaming? Gone are the days of AM stations with their static-y signals as you drive around town in your little red Corvette!
The Hispanic Radio Conference brings you up to speed on Day 2 (June 23) with The Connected Vehicle — What Does That Look Like for Radio? presented at 2 pm. The in-vehicle radio listening experience is on the move! “The car remains the epicenter of radio listening, but technology is changing how drivers and passengers will access audio — and, yes, video — entertainment while on four wheels,” says moderator Fred Jacobs (Jacobs Media Strategies).
Spice it up with us as we kick 0ff day one with a hot topic affecting all of us in radio. What key issues facing Capitol Hill and the FCC should be of the greatest concern and interest to Hispanic broadcasters? Find out on Day 2 (June 23) of the Hispanic Radio Conference at the Intercontinental in Miami.
Moderator Frank Montero will open the discussion and states, “The past year has been quite a ride in Washington for broadcasters … a new FCC Chairwoman, another controversial appointee held up in confirmation…
Spice it up with us as we kick 0ff day one with a hot topic affecting all of us in radio. The “Advertising Expectations Post Pandemic: Challenges and Expectations” session features experts sharing their intel and predictions on how the pandemic has altered the advertising landscape for Hispanic radio and its digital platforms. Our panel will discuss the impact of supply chain issues and DEI and — most importantly — what is the outlook for dollars coming into Hispanic radio for the 2022 midterm elections?
The Hispanic Radio Conference is pleased to announce that Senator Marco Rubio will join Nio Fernandez, Director of Latin Formats for Beasley Media Group, for a one-on-one interview at the Hispanic Radio Conference on June 23. The interview will cover a wide range of topics of interest to Hispanic broadcasters and others.
There is a movement afoot in America — it’s been happening right under our noses, and it’s extremely significant, because it spells out what our culture and our economy will look like for the next decade, and the next 10 decades. It’s called the New American Mainstream — a community of people led by Latinos in America who speak English and are among the most entrepreneurial bunch this country has ever seen. Yet they remain largely voiceless. Rick Sanchez, noted journalist, author, and CEO of the newly launched Agua Media will address those issues at the Hispanic Radio Conference, June 22-23 at the Intercontinental at Doral in Miami.
Cyber security. It could be the greatest challenge faced by companies today. Every day we hear of another ransomware attack or data breach, and it seems that the cyber adversaries are taking over companies, catching them off-guard and ill-prepared. And for reasons that are only going to increase. The pandemic sent unprecedented numbers of people home to work, adding more potential cyber threats to security as remote employees’ use of personal devices for their jobs increased. Find out when Greg Scasny, CTO of Cigent Technology, addresses the Hispanic Radio Conference, June 22-23, at the Intercontinental at Doral in Miami.
Curtis LeGeyt, CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters, will provide the opening keynote on June 22 at the Hispanic Radio Conference. The conference will be presented June 22-23 in Miami at the Intercontinental at Doral.
The theme of the NAB chief’s remarks will be “Promoting a Strong and Diverse Radio Industry Through Public Policy and Industry Engagement.”
It’s the best Hispanic Radio Conference ever, and you won’t want to miss a minute of it.
Don’t miss the EDUCATION
• Learn how the pandemic has reshaped programming and redefined executive vision.
• What’s new at the FCC, and how will future regulations and initiatives impact Hispanic radio growth?
• Where are revenue opportunities most likely to flourish, and what categories will be up/down over the next year for Hispanic radio?
• Get the straight scoop from ad agencies on how marketing and advertising strategies have changed since COVID.
Much more here.
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