Tag Archive: Buzz

Apr 17

U.S. Latinos Win if U.S. Wins Race to 5G

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The core mission of TechLatino is to ensure that the U.S. Latino community has a seat at the table for present and future generations to come. Latinos use wireless as our primary means of communication compared to other technologies and ethnic communities. It is for this reason that we have championed reforms aimed at hastening …

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May 26

Over 125 Medical and Tech Professionals attend Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association’s 4th Annual TechLatino 2030 Legislative Forum – Wrap Up

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Congressman John Lewis, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, Manny Ruiz and Thomas Oliver are among the Honored at LISTA’s Government Beacon Awards Reception. CONTACT: John Simmons  simmonsj@a-lista.org 800-775-0889 Washington, DC, May 12, 2011 – Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association and the National Latino Alliance on Health Information Technology welcomed nearly 125 distinguished guests to its …

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Feb 12

It is “vision over visibility” an Interview with David Chitel, Online Entertainment Tycoon, by Wired Latino

This week WiredLatinos.com had the priviledge to interview a veteran of Latino online companies and a online entertainment tycoon in his own right:  David Chitel, CEO of Urbano TV. David Chitel is considered by many to be an industry leader in the New Generation Latino media and entertainment space. Along with founding partner, actor John …

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Jan 11

Guest Blogger Jose Villa- 2011: The Year Of Creative Destruction

I made the bold prediction almost a year ago today that Hispanic marketing was in for big changes in 2011. I have to admit I think I will be proven wrong.I think 2011 will result in even more changes than I boldly forecast last year. I think by the time 2012 rolls around, we’re barely going to …

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Mar 20

March for America: Change Takes Courage!

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LISTA — Will be in Washington DC this Sunday March 21 2010 Marching for Immigration Rights… See you at the Capital. Remember Today We March — Tomorrow We Vote We are excited about heading to Washington D.C. to ensure we have our collective voice heard on a very important and pressing issue within our community:  COMPREHENSIVE …

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Mar 15

iMedicalApps – Interview with Albert Santalo, CEO Care Cloud.

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About Care Cloud Since the inception of the modern healthcare industry after WWII, the U.S. has been plagued with a daunting amount of wasteful spending related to healthcare. For the first time, the technology has come of age that truly allows us to change that reality and to take back those wasted healthcare dollars and …

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Feb 23

Broadband for America Study Shows Importance of Investment

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Major Network Providers Have Created Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs

Today, the Broadband for America (BfA) coalition released a new study that shows the important contributions to the U.S. economy made by private investment in information and communications technology.

Feb 22

Obama Makes Appeal for Education Reform “That Works”

President Obama appealed “to the nation’s governors today to fulfill education reforms that move past partisanship to offer every American a complete and competitive education. What’s at stake, he said, is “nothing less than our primacy in the world.”

Feb 18

Civil Rights Organizations’ Hopes for Change at the FCC Remain Unmet

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Civil Rights Organizations’ Hopes for Change at the FCC Remain Unmet Guest Blogger: Sylvia Aguilera Executive Director, Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) A letter issued by 23 civil rights organizations should provide some answers to those who profess to being troubled and confused by the civil rights community’s unwillingness to fall into lock-step with …

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Feb 18

Census: Internet Use in the United States – 2009

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Internet Use in the United States: 2009 — Census released today Tables with national- and state-level data showing who is accessing the Internet, cross-tabulated by age, sex, race, Hispanic-origin, educational attainment and employment status. State data show Internet usage at home versus use at other locations. Also included is whether people are using broadband or …

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