Diversity and inclusion are critical components in today’s media, and the media industry is taking note, particularly when it comes to the demand for authentic television programming featuring the U.S. Latino population.
Download the report to learn about the U.S. Latino community and how brands can tailor their dialogue with America’s greatest untapped opportunity.
During Nielsen’s Cannes LIONS Live 2021 virtual experience, a panel of industry leaders discussed Latinx and Afro-Latinx representation on screen.
Using data from the latest Nielsen Total Audience Report: Advertising Across Today’s Media, we’ve identified three primary consumer recovery groups: Recovery Optimists, Cautious Optimists and Recovery Pessimists.
When it comes to equal wages, Latinas in the U.S. are paid far less on average than their White male colleagues. In fact, of all the equal pay day observances of the year, #LatinaEqualPayDay is notably the last one.
With the largest number of eligible voters of any minority voting group, Latinos represent over 13% of all eligible voters in the U.S. But the number of Hispanics who actually vote still has room to grow.
For the first time, Hispanics will form the largest voting bloc after the non-Hispanic White population. So the question on everyone's minds is whether the uncertainty of the times will drive more Latinos to the polls.
As election night draws near in the U.S., political candidates will sharpen their messaging for the battlegrounds of the upcoming presidential and vice-presidential debates. Americans and pollsters alike will be asking the same questions about who will vote.
The insights in this report will help you understand ways to continue building trust with the Hispanic community during these uncertain times and through the journey to recovery.
As we explore and analyze the impacts of current events like the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on media consumption, we certainly can’t ignore the influence of multicultural consumers in the U.S.