3 nuances you must consider when pitching US Hispanic media

As Hispanic media carries more and more influence, it is essential for PR pros to master the art of pitching these important outlets. Here are three important tips.

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In 2016, nearly one in five US residents was of Hispanic background, and according to the Pew Research Center by 2050, that number will increase to one-in-three.

This trend will undoubtedly shape the PR industry, especially how PR pros target the media the public consumes.

You don’t have to look far to see cultural changes taking place. All you have to do is turn on the radio and hear Spanish words peppered into Top 40 tunes. The US consumer is changing and PR pros must adapt.

In order to have an effective outreach strategy, there are three things communicators must understand when approaching US Hispanic media:

1. Translating a pitch is not enough.

Your pitch will fall flat if it doesn’t address cultural nuances.

Understanding psychographics is always important when working with any audience group but this becomes even more essential when working within the multicultural space.

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