Posted by: sbilingual | November 3, 2011

7 Latinos in Online Media to Watch in 2012

The following was derived from Pablo Manriquez post from the huffington post Latino Voices.

Young Latinos making their mark in online media

Adriana Maestas (Co-Founder & Editor of Daily Grito)

Fernando Diaz (Managing Editor of Hoy Chicago)

  • he worked early-on at the Democrat & Chronicle in Rochester, New York
  • Fernando studied journalism at Chicago’s Columbia College before reporting for the now-defunct Chi-Town Daily News and the Chicago Reporter
  • now managing editor of Hoy Chicago – the Tribune Company’s Spanish-language newspaper — and a Board Member for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)

Kety Esquivel (Vice President for Digital Influence for Ogilvy)

  •  Kety’s unassailable media credentials as both a public relations consultant and a speaker are apparent in her Huffington Post bio.
  • Her tireless efforts built an Ambassador Program of bloggers to help with the Mexico Today initiative

Maria Abad (Associate at Qorvis)

Marie Dejesus (Staff Photographer at the Democrat & Chronicle)

  • She photographs for the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, New York where earlier this year the Associated Press recognized a photograph she took of U.S. Women’s Soccer star Abby Wambach.
  • Marie’s photo and video sage has been apparent throughout career, but she recently made the move into wordsmithing with a personal narrative about her return to Puerto Rico, which ran in the Democrat and Chronicle’s Sunday magazine

Nathan Olivares-Giles (Staff Writer at Los Angeles Times)

Steve Alfaro (Director at Voto Latino)

The following was a condensed overview from the original post from Huffington Post Latino Voices.

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