Celebrities Stars Sororities
Sisterhood Bonds: 8 Latinas Who Were In Sororities!
By Cristina Arreola | 10/17/2014 - 13:57

Currently, over nine million college students have taken the pledge to join a sorority or fraternity, and a fair share of Latino s


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Latinas Changing Television
7 Latinas Who Are Changing TV
By Cristina Arreola | 10/01/2014 - 16:30

Despite the booming Hispanic population, Latinos remain underrepresented in media — on TV and on film.


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EXCLUSIVE: Tatyana Ali Talks Starfish Foundation & Her Advice To Latinas In College!
EXCLUSIVE: Tatyana Ali Dishes On Starfish Foundation & Offers Advice To Latinas In College!
By Cristina Arreola | 07/25/2014 - 14:28

Emmy Award winning journalist Soledad O'Brien often says she pursued her career because she wanted to give voice to the voiceless.


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Soledad O'Brien at the ADCOLOR Awards
CoverGirl Teams Up With Soledad O'Brien!
By Samantha Leal | 02/25/2014 - 14:48

We told you the video was just the beginning for the "Girls Can" CoverGirl campaign!


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Selena and Cristina Saralegui
The 20 Best Latino TV Hosts!
By Latina Staff | 10/23/2013 - 15:16

October 23rd marks TV Talk Show Host Day! This holiday is celebrated on the birthday of legendary nighttime talk show host Johnny Carson, who is considered the "King of Late Night Television." But although it was initially created with Carson in mind, TV Talk Show Host Day gives appreciation to all TV show hosts.

In honor of this special day, we are counting down some of the best Latino TV hosts!


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10 Spanish Words You Need to Learn How to Spell
10 Spanish Words You Need to Learn How to Spell
By Sugey Palomares | 05/30/2013 - 15:26

According to National Geographic, Soledad O'Brien will be the next host of the National Geographic Bee. The CNN reporter will be taking over for Jeopardy's Alex Trebek, who retires this year. While we don't think any Spanish words will make the cut, we think it'd be fun (and more challenging!) if they did.


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Soledad O'Brien at the 2013 Hearth Truth Fashion Show
Soledad O'Brien Leaving CNN Morning Show 'Starting Point'
By Kamren Curiel | 02/22/2013 - 14:49

Our favorite broadcast journalist and Latina contributing writer, Soledad O'Brien, is leaving her post as host of CNN's morning show Starting Point this spring, but will stay with the network as a roving documentary reporter.

O'Brien, who's known for CNN documentaries like Black in America, told the New York Times she's forming her own production company (Starfish Media) and is excited to be a free agent and shop around her programs to other networks.


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Rocsi Diaz Shines as New Host of ET - The 15 Best Latino TV Hosts of All Time!
Rocsi Diaz Sparkles as New Host of ET—The 15 Best Latino TV Hosts of All Time!
By Latina Staff | 01/09/2013 - 17:05

We are thrilled to report that Rocsi Diaz has been named the official co-anchor and daily correspondent of CBS' Entertainment Tonight. "I am thrilled to join the outstanding team at ET," said Diaz in a press release. "I have a passion for so many elements of the entertainment industry: celebrities, fashion, music, and to cover these areas for the best in entertainment journalism is an honor." 

In honor of her new gig, we are counting down the best Latino hosts of all time! Enjoy!


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Soledad Obrien
Soledad O'Brien Talks About Her Dream Project, The Latino Vote, And Roger Ailes (Exclusive)
By Sugey Palomares | 04/23/2012 - 14:39

Award-winning journalist, Soledad O’Brien, is known for covering the facts with accuracy and integrity on CNN specials like Latino in America and her morning show Starting Point. The half-Cuban veteran anchor holds the same standard when it comes to addressing the controversial comment made by Fox News Chairman and CEO, Roger Ailes.


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Power at the Polls
Latino Power at the Polls!
By Soledad O'Brien | 02/27/2012 - 16:42

Everyone is talking about the impact that Latinos can have on this year’s election—let’s not prove them wrong by staying home in November.

Julian and Joaquin Castro get a lot of attention for being identical twins, but also for being young,  Texan political players with dual Democratic agendas—double the trouble for anyone challenging the ascendance of Latinos onto the  national political stage.


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