Hispanicize is making its comeback to LA, where the conference began its rise as a national event targeting digital and media creators in 2011.
The now massive annual event founded by former journalist Manny Ruiz has since permanently moved to Miami, but this year, the show has hit the road with local events in Houston in July and now, in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 4.
The Hispanicize LA is being organized in partnership with the CCNMA-LA and will feature sessions geared to journalists, including one that tackles VR and 360-video storytelling. The event kicks off with a breakfast honoring California Latina journalists.
“Latino journalists are an essential part of Hispanicize events, which is why we invest so heavily in subsidizing their cost to attend and tailor so much content to them,” says Ruiz. “Over the course of the past five years, we’ve built partnerships with the CNNMA and NAHJ in order to better serve journalists and the brands and organizations that want to connect with them.”
You can see the agenda for the conference here.
Journalists interested in attending can get a discounted rate when registering for the event using the code CCNMA.