Revolución

Revolución

Revolución examines diverse cultural trends through discussions about the world of communications: marketing, media, entertainment and advertising. Hosted by three industry veterans, ad agency executive Diego Lastra, marketing consultant Ana Crandell and writer Court Stroud, each episode aims to inform, entertain and inspire audiences—Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike—through interviews of experts, newsmakers and celebrities. Topics include cultural and business insights, career advice and the role mass media play in creating a more just and equitable society. "Ours is a revolution of mind and heart ... " -Cesar Chavez... Show More

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October 12, 2020 47 min
During a Black Lives Matter protest, Nia Miranda stopped two women from vandalizing an outdoor shopping mall in Los Angeles. A video of that interaction went viral and was viewed millions of times. On this episode of The Revolución, Miranda talks with co-hosts Ana Crandell, Diego Lastra and Court Stroud about her views on the racial justice movement, the relationship between art and activism and how she got involved in a new collab...
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Emmy-winner Maria Hinojosa is una chingona, or loosely translated, "a badass." She's been shaking up newsrooms, where she usually was the first Latina, for the past quarter century. Hinojosa has reported for CBS, WNBC, CNN, PBS and NPR, where she is anchor and executive producer for Latino USA. Born in Mexico City, raised in Chicago and educated at New York's Barnard College, she joins The Revolución's co-hosts ...
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Continuing its coverage of the 18th annual Hispanic Television Summit, The Revolución is rebroadcasting the event's keynote interview with Marla Skiko, a longtime multicultural marketer who currently serves as Ford Motor Company's media lead for the United States and the world. Skiko talks how consumer data was vital to Ford’s ability to pivot its advertising during the initial stages of the pandemic shutdown when the auto ...
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Executives from d expósito & Partners join The Revolución as part of the podcasts's ongoing coverage of the 2020 Hispanic Television Summit. The famed woman- and minority-owned advertising and full-service communication agency is honored with the Rafael Eli Pioneer in Hispanic TV, Creative Category Award. Members of the team first met Eli, co-producer of the annual summit for 18 years, when he was their client contact at AT...
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As part of its ongoing coverage of the 2020 Hispanic Television Summit, The Revolución continues with the second and final part of the interview with Andrés Cantor (NBC Telemundo, Fútbol de Primera Radio Network) and Joe Schramm (longtime soccer promoter). The two guests talk about "the beautiful game" in the time of the novel coronavirus. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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In this episode, five-time Emmy Award-winning sports commentator Andrés Cantor (NBC Telemundo, Fútbol de Primera Radio Network) and Cable TV Pioneer Joe Schramm (longtime sports promoter) join Revolución co-hosts Ana Crandell, Diego Lastra and Court Stroud as part of the podcast's coverage of the 2020 Hispanic Television Summit. The guests, both sports experts, talk about the state of soccer, as well as the Rafael Eli Awards. G...
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Revolución begins its coverage of the 2020 Hispanic Television Summit by interviewing the women leading 305 Worldwide, a joint venture between Cuban-American rapper Pitbull and Horizon Media, the largest independent media agency in the world. 305 Worldwide's EVP/Managing Partner Sandra Alfaro and SVP/Managing Director Karina Dobarro both play crucial roles in this year's conference. Alfaro shares her thoughts about the stat...
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For this episode, Revolución talks with Tony Hernandez, co-founder and CEO of Latino Broadcasting Company (LBC), a leading multimedia content provider specializing in Hispanic-targeted programming. LBC radio programs air on over 200 U.S. radio radio stations, while the company's television programs are carried on leading Spanish-language network Univision. Hernandez dishes about his friendship with Walter Mercado, subject of a ...
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This week brings the conclusion to the interview with film and culture critics Jack Rico (NBC, Telemundo) and Mike Sargent (FOX Business, PBS). Rico, who is Latinx, and Sargent, who is African American, are the talent behind the Brown & Black podcast. In this episode, Jack talks about hearing his sportscaster uncles cry "Goooooooooal" during a soccer game and how that inspired him as a kid, how Mike once reacted when a ...
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This week, film and culture critics Jack Rico (NBC, Telemundo) and Mike Sargent (FOX Business, PBS) join co-hosts Diego Lastra, Ana Crandell and Court Stroud. Rico, who is Latinx, and Sargent, who is African American, are the talent behind the Brown & Black podcast. In this episode, they talk about what's really going on with Kanye West, why science fiction and comedy can speak to the human condition without being preachy a...
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In this week's episode, the second of a two-parter, Diego Lastra, Ana Crandell and Court Stroud continue the dialogue with Alex and Cathy López Negrete, who talk about why brands and advertisers still need multicultural advertising agencies, the creative for Walmart they consider among the agency's best work and what they want their legacy to be. (Part 2 of 2) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/pod...
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In this third episode of Revolución, Alex and Cathy López Negrete, founders of the largest independent, Hispanic-owned ad agency in the United States, Lopez Negrete Communications, join co-hosts Ana Crandell, Diego Lastra and Court Stroud chat. The partners in both marriage and business tell of meeting in a Houston record store, when they fell in love and how one of the worst days in their careers taught them to be fearless. (Part ...
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In the second episode of Revolución, co-hosts Ana Crandell, Diego Lastra and Court Stroud sit down with Ingrid Otero-Smart, President and CEO of advertising agency Casanova//McCann, the most awarded Hispanic shop at Cannes two years in a row. Ingrid talks about how a modeling class helped her break out of her shell and describes her path to becoming the successful business leader she is today. Learn more about your ad-choices at h...
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In the premiere episode of Revolución, hosts Diego Lastra, Ana Crandell and Court Stroud introduce the podcast. They welcome Joe Uva, formerly the President/CEO of Univision. He previously also served as Chairman of NBCU Hispanic Enterprises and CEO of Omnicom media agency OMD Worldwide. Joe talks about his advice for Univision and Telemundo, how he got his start in the industry, his leadership philosophy, the lesson he learned fro...
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