Posts Tagged ‘Hispennials’

Hispennials

LINKAGE : Fox Acquires Majority of National Geogrpahic

Nuances of culture are important for anyone trying to reach Hispanics, from political candidates to mainstream brands to media. Fox Buys Majority in National Geographic Magazine and Cable: Will  Climate Change Denial Win? The 127-year-old nonprofit National Geographic Society has struck a $725 million deal that gives 21st Century Fox a majority stake in National Geographic magazine […]


LINKAGE: Brands Go for Hispennials, Is “White” a Useless Demographic?, Havas New PR Venture

A recap of major news on the Marketing and Media front from around the web compiled by Portada Digital Media Correspondent Susan Kuchinskas. Felipe Esparza is “un Buen Fit” for Honda Fit Combine two of the most desirable and least-understood consumer segments – Hispanics and Millennials – and you get Hispennials, a target market everyone wants […]


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FIFA Adds Women’s Soccer Strategy

FIFA Adds Women’s Soccer Strategy

For FIFA, increased participation will mean increased interest in the women's game, leading to more marketing opportunities for brands as well.


4 Essential Takeaways From Portada New York’s Conference

4 Essential Takeaways From Portada New York’s Conference

#PortadaNY was a great opportunity for attendees to discuss passion-point marketing's most imminent issues. Karina Masolova, Contributor at Large for Portada, has put together the following recap of essential takeaways from yesterday's panels.


#PortadaNY Soccer Marketing Key Takeaways from Allstate, Comcast, NYCFC and Scouts Sports and Entertainment

#PortadaNY Soccer Marketing Key Takeaways from Allstate, Comcast, NYCFC and Scouts Sports and Entertainment

Portada New York included two sports marketing panels, featuring Portada board member and Allstate Director of Sports Marketing Daniel Keats, Comcast’s Hispanic Marketing Director Alejandro Solorio, Portada board member and EVP, Managing Partner, Scout Sports and Entertainment Michael Neuman, and Jon Patricof, president of the New York City Football Club.