Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) creates national media partnership with Latin Trends for the 2013 National LATISM conference, #LATISM13. The media partnership enhances efforts in fostering community engagement with Latin Trends’ New York community.
“With our National conference being in New York City this year, Latin Trends is a perfect partner,” said Ana Roca Castro, LATISM founder. “We especially love that Latin Trends strives to reach the entire Latino community through a grassroots approach by partnering with local small businesses,” she added.
LatinTRENDS is the #1 brand in New York, & beyond, for progressive men & women who enjoy “la esencia Latina“: culture, cuisine, and entertainment. In addition to distributing their magazine in news stands in four of the five NYC boroughs and collaborating with small business owners such as barber shops, LatinTrends also holds high profile events. This month the magazine celebrates it’s 100th issue Tuesday, August 27th from 6-8pm at Stage 48 at 605 West 48th Street in midtown Manhattan and will have the film and TV star Roselyn Sanchez as its co-host.
A core team from LATISM and Latin Trends will oversee planning and implementation for the partnership. For more information about LatinTRENDS, contact Becky Rumayor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT LATIN TRENDS
Defining Trends Media Group is a multi-platform media company that connects with the bilingual/bicultural Hispanic community by producing original content with proprietary events, social media, weekly newsletter, website and a magazine, all under the LatinTRENDS brand. Originally launched as Dominican Times in 2001, the magazine was rebranded as LatinTRENDS in 2010.
Latinos in Tech, Innovation and Social Media (LATISM) is a 501(c) 4 nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing the social, civic and economic status of the Latino community. LATISM also helps to raise awareness among corporate brands, NGOs and government entities about using social media to reach Latinos. Our partnership initiatives include research, event sponsorships, and leadership training. A pioneering social media organization with over 140,000 members in its network, LATISM has been hailed as the most influential online movement in the new multicultural Web. To learn more about the Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) organization, visit http://latism.org