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Hispanic Growth Reflected in Media Boom

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Hispanic Growth Reflected in Media Boom

Hispanic Growth Reflected in Media Boom

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The rise in the Hispanic population in the United States has meant an increase in Hispanic media outlets: radio stations, newspapers, and television. The boom has implications for the country's diverse Hispanic communities and for advertisers.

Correction July 30, 2005

A referernce to the origin of bachata music is in error. It's originally from the Dominican Republic.

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