Univision, Telemundo, and the Rise of Spanish-Language Television in the United States

“A comprehensive, detailed, and well-written history of Spanish-language television in the United States. A must-read for anyone interested in understanding this important and growing part of U.S. media and the audiences it serves.”—Félix Gutiérrez, coauthor of Racism, Sexism, and the Media: Multicultural Issues Into the New Communications Age In the most comprehensive history of Spanish-language television … Continue reading Univision, Telemundo, and the Rise of Spanish-Language Television in the United States

The New Brazilian Mediascape

“A detailed, cogent analysis of how the Brazilian audiovisual sector is surpassing traditional barriers to expression, attracting more projects of various formats and media such as the Globoplay series and Porta dos Fundos’ work, both eloquently discussed in this book.”—Cacilda Rêgo, coeditor of New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema “A far-reaching and well-researched book that … Continue reading The New Brazilian Mediascape

Embracing Cuba

Stunning photographs from the once-forbidden island A photographer intrigued by tales of his parents’ long-ago journey to pre-revolutionary Cuba is the author behind our new photography book: Embracing Cuba. “Motley’s images of Cuba’s people, arts, design, and public life are remarkable.”—Ellen M. Harrington, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences “One can immediately look at Motley’s … Continue reading Embracing Cuba

Privacy in the New Media Age – Author Q&A

In his new book, Privacy in the New Media Age,  top privacy expert Jon L. Mills tries to answer a most difficult question: Can society protect those who are harassed, stalked, and misrepresented online while maintaining our constitutional freedoms? The media have always thrived on publicizing exciting information. This pursuit for a story often results in intrusions on … Continue reading Privacy in the New Media Age – Author Q&A