HISPANICIZE LA drew hundreds of journalists, bloggers, social media and public relations professionals to their two-day conference in downtown Los Ángeles. The conference kicked off on Tuesday, October 11 with the VIP screening of Gael Garcia Bernal’s new film, “Desierto” following a day of workshops from morning until late into the evening with a networking reception.
HISPANICIZE LA drew hundreds of journalists, bloggers, social media and public relations professionals to their two-day conference in downtown Los Ángeles. The conference kicked off on Tuesday, October 11 with the VIP screening of Gael Garcia Bernal’s new film, “Desierto” following a day of workshops from morning until late into the evening with a networking reception. CYNTHIA MORENO cmoreno@vidaenelvalle.com
HISPANICIZE LA drew hundreds of journalists, bloggers, social media and public relations professionals to their two-day conference in downtown Los Ángeles. The conference kicked off on Tuesday, October 11 with the VIP screening of Gael Garcia Bernal’s new film, “Desierto” following a day of workshops from morning until late into the evening with a networking reception. CYNTHIA MORENO cmoreno@vidaenelvalle.com

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