“With a finger on the pulse of critical issues in media studies writ large, Contemporary Latina/o Media provides a serious study of Latina/o media as a constellation of transnational industries always in search of the Latina/o consumer. In an age in which Latin American economies may surpass the US in terms of growth, this collection’s focus on Latina/o media markets as a terrain of struggle is a timely and significant contribution to scholarship in the field.”
—Vicki Mayer, author of Producing Dreams, Consuming Youth: Mexican Americans and Mass Media
"With the changing demographics of the US, Latina/os are playing an important role in redefining Latina/o media. Davila and Rivero bring together media, cultural, and ethnic studies scholars to develop a contemporary analysis of Latina/o media through a transnational lens."
“Contemporary Latina/o Media provides scholars with a much-needed resource for rethinking media studies and will undoubtedly emerge as a touchstone volume on its topic. Scholars of Latino/a media will seek it out for several of its groundbreaking essays, and students at all levels will find the writing accessible and sophisticated.”
—American Studies Journal
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