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  • 1. National Broadcasting Company, “NBC Completes Acquisition of Telemundo Communications Group, Inc.,” news release, April 15, 2002.
  • 2. Comision Economica para America Latina y el Caribe, “Latin America: Population Projections, 1950—2050,” Boletin Demografico, no. 59 (January 1997).
  • 3. Maria Elena Cepeda, “Mucho Loco for Ricky Martin or the Politics of Chronology, Crossover, and Language within the Latin(o) Music Boom,” Popular Music and Society 24, no. 3 (2000): 55—71; and Mari Castaneda Paredes, “The Transformation of Spanish-Language Radio in the United States,” Journal of Radio Studies 10, no. 1 (2003): 5-16.
  • 4. See Federico A. Subervi-Velez, ed., The Mass Media and Latino Politics: Studies of U.S. Media Content, Campaign Strategies and Survey Research, 1984—2004 (New York: Routledge, 2008).
  • 5. Mandalit Del Barco, “Spanish-Language DJ Turns Out the Crowds in L.A.,” Morning Edition, National Public Radio, April 12, 2006, accessed March 7, 2008, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5337941.
  • 6. Hector Tobar, Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the SpanishSpeaking United States (New York: Riverhead Books, 2005).
  • 7. Anna Sandoval, “Building Up Our Resistance: Chicanas in Academia,” Frontiers: A Journal ofWomens Studies 20, no. 1 (1999): 87.
  • 8. Kim Campbell, “Demographics Drive the Latino Media Story,” Christian Science Monitor, June 21, 2001, 14.
  • 9. Felix Gutierrez, “Spanish-language Media in America: Background, Resources, and History,” Journalism History 4, no. 2 (1977): 34-41.
  • 10. America Rodriguez, Making Latino News: Race, Language, Class. (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1999), 21.
  • 11. Rodriguez, Making Latino News, 19.
  • 12. Rita Zajacz, “Liberating American Communications: Foreign Ownership Regulations from the Radio Act of 1912 to the Radio Act of 1927,” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 48, no. 4 (2004): 157—78.
  • 13. Rodriguez, Making Latino News, 17.
  • 14. George Yudice, The Expediency of Culture: Uses of Culture in the Global Era (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003), 66.
  • 15. See Leo Chavez, Covering Immigration: Popular Images and the Politics of the Nation (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001).
  • 16. Chavez, Covering Immigration, 12.
  • 17. Ibid., 14.
  • 18. “About ImpreMedia,” ImpreMedia, accessed July 22, 2008, http://www.impre media.com/about.
  • 19. Mari Castaneda, “The Importance of Spanish-Language and Latino Media,” in Latina/o Communication Studies Today, ed. Angharad Valdivia (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2008), 51-68.
  • 20. Rodriguez, Making Latino News.
  • 21. Jamie Pehl, “Latinos in the Media,” Teaching Literature, May 12, 2004, accessed March 7, 2008, http://www.teachingliterature.org/teachingliterature/pdf/multi/ latinos_media_pehl.pdf.
  • 22. Elena Shore, “What is the Role of Hispanic Media in Immigrant Activism?,” Social Policy 36, no. 3 (2006): 8-9.
  • 23. Quoted in Shore, “What is the Role,” 8.
  • 24. Quoted in Ibid., 9.
  • 25. Yudice, The Expediency of Culture, 235.
  • 26. See Castaneda, “The Importance of Spanish-Language.”
  • 27. Keith Morton, “The Irony of Service: Charity, Project and Social Change in Service-Learning,” Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 2 (1995): 19-32.
 
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