The NHMC MediaCon is an entertainment conference uniquely designed to advance the image and careers of Latinos in media, and this year the event will take place on July 9, 2015 at the Sheraton Hilton in
Here is an in depth piece on NHMC MediaCon published by LatinHeat
This year the 4th Annual NHMC MediaCon will turn its focus on writers, from pitching the idea to securing a literary agent to monetizing your content on
the internet. MediaCon is a one-of-a-kind event that convenes national media advocates, industry executives, celebrity talent and media insiders to discuss
the role Latinos are playing in trends and emerging issues in the entertainment industry.
The panel session Literary Managers: The Path to Representation will be followed by a special networking session with the panelist which include Tracey Murray, Literary Partner/Manager, Industry Entertainment Partners; Eddie Gamarra, Literary Manager/Producer, The
Gotham Group; Jairo Alvarado, Literary Manager/Producer, Circle of Confusion; Geoff Silverman, Literary Partner/Manager,
Cartel Management and moderator Ligiah Villalobos, Writer/Producer (“Go Diego Go,” “Under the Same Moon”)
The Executive Producer Panel speakers are “Bordertown” (FOX) Supervising Producer Valentina Garza; Virgil Williams,
Co-Executive Producer (“Criminal Minds”), Rashad Raifani, Executive Producer (“Allegiance”) and will take inside the world of
developing the show, producing and monetizing your project on the internet.
Rounding out the full spectrum of the writer’s journey is a look at the future of digital content distribution, the internet. Speaking on this topic will
be Doug Greiff, MiTu, a multi-channel network on YouTube, which exclusively targets Latino audiences; Stacie de Armas,
Nielsens’ VP of Strategic Initiatives & Consumer Engagement; and Omar Ponce, writer/director, MiTu.
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About NHMC: The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) is a media advocacy and civil rights organization for the advancement of Latinos, working towards
a media that is fair and inclusive of Latinos, and towards universal, affordable, and open access to communications.
The NHMC is one of the biggest advocates for Latinos in the entertainment industry. One of their most successful programs is the NHMC Television Writers Program. Created in 2003 and is an intensive scriptwriters workshop that prepares Latinos for writing jobs at
major television networks. Modeled after the previously successful Hispanic Film Project, the program is a direct response to the lack of diverse writers
in primetime network TV. To take NHMC TV Writers Program graduates to the next level, NHMC has also created the NHMC Pitching Lab and the Latino Scene Showcase.