— 360-video, drone video and virtual reality will play prominent role in the agenda —
MIAMI, FL – February 7, 2017 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Organizers of the 8th Annual Hispanicize 2017 event today unveiled the second and final round of speakers that complete the roster of top digital creators featured in the Multicultural Creators Showcase as well as the inaugural Video Filmmakers Track of the event. Presented by Prudential Financial, Hispanicize 2017 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) is taking place April 3-6 in downtown Miami’s JW Marriott Marquis.
Curated by DiMe Media, the second round of speakers includes a mix of social media A-listers, rising stars, veterans as well as top Hispanic marketing agency professionals and brands.
“This is an unprecedented agenda in terms of the digital creator talent, topics and even technology trainings we’ve assembled this year,” said Piera Jolly, Chief Operating Officer of Hispanicize Media Group. “The addition of a brand new video and filmmakers track is especially significant as we’re once again pioneering the first true look at 360-video, virtual reality and even drone video.”
Today’s creator sessions announcement complements the first round of speakers and sessions that were unveiled recently for the 2nd annual DiMe Summit that kicks off Hispanicize 2017 on Monday, April 3rd (see that news here).
The new speakers for the Hispanicize Creators Showcase and Video/Filmmakers track are:
Robyn Moreno, Editorial Director at Latina, Ana Sarelly of Tipsygoat, Claudia Martínez Esquivel of Kloquis, Victoria Volkova of Victoria Volkova, Reno Rojas of Reno Rojas, Laura Sanchez of Laura Sanchez, Bren Herrera of House of Bren, Andrea Espada of Andrea Espada, Jesus Garcia AKA Chuy of Mexican Problemas, Lorena Garcia and Sakura Considine of The Bloguettes, Gen Z video creators Mario and Cat Selman, Daily Baez of DailyCurlz, Alejandro Gonzalez and Maikel Rodriguez of Los Pichy Boys, Dania Peguero of Black Latina Negra Bella, JoNY Boy of the Miami flamingos esports, Shaun Ayala of Shaun Ayala, Gus Figueroa of el Guzii, Dariela Cruz of Dari Design Studio, Snapchat Influencer Carlos Gil, Jairo Orozco and Bryan Rojo of Mexican Gueys, Dania Santana of Embracing Diversity, Sili Recio of My Mamihood, Rory Lassanske of Mamá Contemporánea, Eddie G of OMG, it’s Eddie G!, Laura Termini of Chicanol, Kathy Cano-Murilo of Crafty Chica, Matt Cherry of iBlog Magazine, Lynn Ponder of webcitygirls, Piera Jolly of DiMe Media, Angela Sustaita-Ruiz of DiMe Media, Borja Perez of Telemundo, Lorraine C. Ladish of Viva Fifty, Debbie Bookstaber of President of Element Associates, Paul Suskey of Salvo Group, Pablo M. Arocha of Salvo Group, Cinematographer Pablo Cozzaglio, Melanie Mendez-Gonzales of ¿Qué? Means What?, and Fabienne Fourquet of 2BTube, María Sierra and Álvaro Hernández of La Cooquette, among others.
Below is the Day 2 thru Day 4 highlights of 2017 Multicultural Creators Showcase and Video/Filmmakers Track of the event:
Tuesday, April 4
— Drone Video Training (limited reservations daily)
— 3 Creators Who Crushed Their Branded Campaigns
— Virtual Reality and 360-Video Town Hall: The Future is Here
— Storytelling Rules & Tricks for SnapChat & Instagram
— Finding Your Voice to Make a Difference
— How to Work with Key Travel Brands and Destinations
— Drone Video Training
— DesignSpark: Simple Graphics for Social Media, Blog, and More
— Optimize, Optimize, Optimize: SEO Training 101
Wednesday, April 5
— The Ugly Side of Social Media: How To Handle Trolls and Haters
— SOHO Entrepreneurship: How to Do It Smart
— ENTREPRENEUR DOUBLE-SESSION: PT. 1 Overcoming Fear to Live the Life You Want
— ENTREPRENEUR DOUBLE-SESSION: Pt. 2 Evolving Your Brand
— ABCs of Video Journalism and being a one-man band reporter – IN SPANISH
— Drone Video Training
— Anatomy of a Killer Viral Video
— Creating a Community on YouTube
— US Hispanic Digital Trends 2017 Town Hall
Thursday, April 6
— Understanding Your Google Analytics
— Meet the GenZ Video Stars
— It Takes Two: Starting a Business with a Partner
— Afro Latinas: Work/impact of Afro-Latinos in social media and its importance
— Understanding Business Manager: Boosting for Facebook and Instagram
— The Rules of Engagement: How to Work with Multicultural Content Creators in 2017
In addition to the top Hispanic marketing agencies and brands that speak at Hispanicize 2017, digital influencers will also hear from more than 70 top multicultural creators, bloggers, and influencers in 41+ sessions.
Hispanicize 2017 Week will feature more than 200 speakers in 100+ sessions, town halls, workshops, fireside chats and keynotes. Hispanicize 2017 also features the Second Annual DiMe Summit, the first annual Hispanicize CMO Summit, the Third Annual Tecla Awards, the 4th annual Positive Impact Awards and Second Annual NAHJ Spanish-language Journalists Conference.
This year’s event is being produced in collaboration with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, PR Week, the Latino Startup Alliance and Black Tech Week.
Sponsorship information is still available by contacting email@example.com or calling 203.364.4779.
In addition to presenting sponsor Prudential Financial, as of today, announced sponsors also include: Toyota, State Farm, KOA, CNN, CNN Español, The City of Miami, Kelley Blue Book, Regions Bank, Pan American Life Insurance, ESPN Deportes, Florida Dairy Farmers, Alma, República, C-Com Group, FundLatinos.com, APC Collective, BodenPR, Savings.com, Visit Philly, and saludMóvil.
Additional media partners include: Hispanicize Wire, Mamiverse, Popful, LatinaMoms.com, Hispanic Kitchen, 2BTube, PRODU, El Sentinel, Puerto Rico BloggerCon, Hispanic PR Blog, the Hispanic Public Relations Association, Miami Herald Media, Black Enterprise, Media Moves and iBlog Magazine.
About The Hispanicize Event
Now in its 8th year, Hispanicize 2017 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (#Hispz17) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship.
Hispanicize 2017 is expected to gather more than 3,000 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of digital content creation, journalism, music, marketing, film and business over four days. The event will take place in downtown Miami’s JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, April 3-6, 2017.
The Hispanicize event is a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, books, music and more targeting Latinos in the U.S. and/or Puerto Rico.
The Hispanicize event is owned and operated by Hispanicize Media Group, LLC, the parent company of DiMe Media, Hispanic Kitchen and the Hispanic PR Blog.