Congratulations on another hugely successful conference. I have participated in Radio Ink’s Hispanic Radio Conference every year since it was started, and I have watched it grow in attendance every year. And with the addition of the first Radio Ink Sports Radio Conference this year, it was an amazing back-to-back combination. I wouldn’t miss it." -- Francisco R. Montero
Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, PLC
I love the energy at Radio Ink's Hispanic Conference. The broadcasters here clearly care about their audiences and all the issues facing radio today. They are engaged at every level. This is a premier event.
-- Jane Mago
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
National Association of Broadcasters
Congratulations on yet another wonderful conference! The sessions were interesting and informative and the panelists top-notch. Kudos on a very worthwhile event. "
-- Monica Rabassa
VP of Marketing, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs/Radio
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Geraldo Rivera -- investigative journalist, author, and host of Geraldo, nationally syndicated via Cumulus Media Network, and Fox News Channel's Geraldo at Large -- will deliver the keynote address at Radio Ink's Hispanic Radio Conference, taking place May 16-17 at the Biltmore Hotel in Miami.
You won't want to miss what this respected veteran journalist has to say about all the issues facing Hispanic media -- and all media -- in 2013. Register now for the Hispanic Radio Conference. Read more.
Radio Ink's Hispanic Radio Conference, taking place March 14 and 15 in Miami, will open with special remarks from Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. Rubio has had a particularly high profile in the news in recent months, over a number of important issues, and he's taken the time once again for a special message just for Hispanic Radio Conference attendees.
Radio Ink Publisher B. Eric Rhoads said, "We're honored to have Marco Rubio for a second year in a row offer an opening commentary at the Hispanic Radio Conference. He's held in very high regard within the Hispanic broadcast community." Read more.
Hispanic radio presents a huge -- perhaps unprecedented -- opportunity for the radio industry. Hispanics are the fastest-growing population in the U.S., and these consumers are avid and loyal users of radio. At Radio Ink's Hispanic Radio Conference, starting Thursday in Miami, you can hear from top programmers in Spanish-language formats about how their stations drive those passionate connections, in a panel moderated by Spanish Broadcasting System's Jesus Salas. Read more.
Money may not grow on trees, but it is within reach -- and you can find out where to get it at the Hispanic Radio Conference, coming up next week. Angie Balderas leads the panel "Local Direct Strategies: 10 Ideas for Making Money Tomorrow," and these experts promise to present 10 easy-to-execute sales ideas that can translate into more revenue for your station tomorrow. Read more.