The 19th Annual Hispanic Television Summit will be on Thursday, November 18th

Almost 20 years of the Annual Hispanic Television Summit
12 de noviembre de 2021

The Hispanic Television Summit is the premier annual event for those in the business of TV and video for Hispanic audiences in the U.S. and worldwide. Over the past 19 years, the summit has become the most popular event of its kind and attracts hundreds of attendees annually to this forum where producers, programmers, researchers, marketers, brands, media buyers, and investors meet with content providers from every platform.  

In 2021, the Summit will once again be presented on Thursday, November 18, as part of Fall TV Week, November 15 through 19, 2021. As a health and safety precaution, this year, as with 2020, the summit will be presented virtually, and available on-demand afterward.

The Summit has been presented annually by Future’s Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News. Likewise, the Summit has been consistently produced all nineteen years by Schramm Marketing Group.

The program features the annual presentation of the prestigious Hispanic Television & Video Awards. The Awards remain the highlight of the Summit, where leading executives, companies, organizations, and on-air celebrities are honored.

In 2020, the awards were expanded to acknowledge individuals or organizations who have been pioneers of Hispanic TV and helped to build and sustain the business. These additional awards are named for the late Rafael Eli, one of the two co-producers of this summit, who passed from the effects of COVID-19.

In addition to the awards ceremony, the program will also include keynote interviews, presentations, and panel discussions with leading executives. The topics will address media and advertising sales, brand marketing, Hispanic audience metrics and data, new programming (with a focus on election coverage and news), audience promotion, subscription marketing and content distribution.

This year’s summit celebrates Hispanic TV as the leader for the future of television and video – where Latino viewers see and hear themselves, and influence trends, fashion, social attitudes, and economics worldwide. From sports to game shows, talk shows, dramas, and talent competitions, to the election campaign coverage – Hispanic TV provides Latino voices with a bigger platform greater than ever before.

The Hispanic Television Summit is Next Thursday! register here