Revolución

The Revolución examines cultural trends in media, entertainment and advertising. Hosted by media marketing consultant Ana Crandell, thought leader and consumer researcher Linda Lane Gonzalez, ad agency executive Diego Lastra, advertising professional Kathryn Garcia Castro, and writer Court Stroud, each episode aims to inform, entertain and inspire audiences—Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike—through interviews of experts, newsmakers and celebrities. Previous guests include NPR's Maria Hinojosa, Telemundo's Andres Cantor, TV legend Don Francisco (Mario Luis Kreutzberger), and Oscar nominee Edward James Olmos. Topics include cultural and business insights, career advice and the role mass media play in creating a more just and equitable society. 

"Ours is a revolution of mind and heart ... "  -Cesar Chavez

Society & Culture
TV & Film
Business
1
#210: Sandra Cisneros: The House is On Fire
Author Sandra Cisneros on her new novel, and why "the world we live in is a house on fire."
33 min
2
#209 "Machete" Man Danny Trejo
Actor Danny Trejo talks about his childhood, the rewards of sobriety, and his new memoir.
34 min
3
#208 Rosie Rios and Moe Vela, Unicorn Hunters
Former U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios and White House adviser Moe Vela talk about LGBTQ Pride Month, their new reality series Unicorn Hunters and their enduring friendship.
39 min
4
#207 Edward James Olmos, Man of Hope
The acclaimed actor talks about his new movie, Hispanics in Hollywood and the importance of hope.
31 min
5
#206 Carlos Watson, Intersectional Interviewer
OZY Media CEO and talent Carlos Watson on his career, life and social justice views
37 min
6
#205 Jessica Kirson of FX's Hysterical
Jessica Kirson is the Executive Producer of Hysterical, a new documentary about female standup comics.
29 min
7
#204 Curtiss Cook from Showtime's The Chi
Curtiss Cook talks fatherhood, his career and the social justice movement.
42 min
8
#203: Ballet Hispánico CEO Eduardo Vilaro
Cuban American Eduardo Vilaro on Ballet Hispánico's 50th anniversary
25 min
9
#202: Don Francisco: The TV Legend Returns
The iconic TV host debuts an all-virtual talk show on CNN en Español
30 min
10
#201: "El Güero" Castro & Sofia Castro, Mexican...
Producer José Alberto "El Güero" Castro and daughter actor Sofia Castro
33 min
11
#120: Estrella's Mirthala Salinas and LeaAnna H...
Estrella Media, television and radio broadcaster, has launched a new streaming news network.
30 min
12
#119: Gonzalo del Fa and Nancy Tellet of the Cu...
What's the relationship between media, technology and the power of culture in content?
43 min
13
#118: Meredith Talusan, Journalist and Trans Ac...
Meredith Talusan on her life as a writer, immigrant and nonbinary trans woman living with albinism.
46 min
14
#117: Steve Mandala, Univision's President of A...
Univision's Steve Mandala talks about Turkish novelas, Wade Davis and the network's incoming owners and the best and worst day of his career.
32 min
15
#115: Rene Alegria, Mundo Hispano CEO
The son of a copper miner, Rene Alegria has risen to the top of the U.S. Hispanic digital world.
47 min
16
#114: Nia Miranda, Artist and Racial Justice Ac...
An actor, entrepreneur and self-described "ARTivist" talks about the social justice movement.
41 min
17
#113: Maria Hinojosa, NPR's Latino USA Anchor &...
The acclaimed journalist and entrepreneur talks about her new book, ONCE I WAS YOU.
51 min
18
#112: Marla Skiko, Ford Motor Company's US & Gl...
Legendary marketer Marla Skiko highlights the importance of consumer data during her Hispanic TV Summit keynote interview.
28 min
19
#111: The d expósito & Partners Leadership Team
The leadership team at d expósito & Partners reminisce about their former client Rafael Eli and what it means to receive the Hispanic TV Summit's 2020 Rafael Eli Pioneer in Hispanic TV, Creative Category Award,
51 min
20
#110: Andrés Cantor and Joe Schramm (Part 2), T...
Legendary sportscaster Andrés Cantor and Cable TV Pioneer Joe Schramm talk about soccer in the age of COVID-19.
18 min
21
#109: Andrés Cantor and Joe Schramm (Part 1), T...
Legendary sportscaster Andrés Cantor and Cable TV Pioneer Joe Schramm talk about the Hispanic TV Summit and soccer in the age of COVID-19.
32 min
22
#108 Sandra Alfaro and Karina Dobarro, Leaders ...
305 Worldwide Leadership EVP Sandra Alfaro and SVP Karina Dobarro share thoughts about the 2020 Hispanic TV Summit and the state of multicultural marketing in the age of Covid-19.
43 min
23
#107 Tony Hernandez, Immigrant Archive Project ...
Media executive Tony Hernandez dishes about his friendship with Walter Mercado, subject of a new Netflix documentary, how he became a successful media entrepreneur and why his work as co-founder of the Immigrant Archive Project is needed now more than ever.
34 min
24
#106: Jack Rico and Mike Sargent (Part 2), Film...
Guests Jack Rico and Mike Sargent explain why the #BlackLivesMatter protests may bring lasting social change.
31 min
25
#105: Jack Rico and Mike Sargent (Part 1), Film...
Guests Jack Rico and Mike Sargent share thoughts about what's really going on with Kanye West.
33 min
26
#104: Alex and Cathy López Negrete (Part 2), F...
Guests Alex & Cathy Lopez Negrete explain why advertisers still need multicultural agencies.
28 min
27
#103: Alex and Cathy López Negrete (Part 1), Fo...
Guests Alex & Cathy Lopez Negrete tell of meeting in a Houston record store, when they fell in love and how one of the worst days in their careers taught them to be fearless.
28 min
28
#102: Ingrid Otero-Smart, President and CEO of ...
An interview with Ingrid Otero-Smart, President/CEO of Casanova//McCann, the most awarded Hispanic ad agency at Cannes two years in a row
46 min
29
#101: Joe Uva, Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fam...
Guest Joe Uva shares how his career started and the leadership lesson he learned from CNN founder Ted Turner.
28 min