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LatinVision Media

October 01, 2010 09:42 ET

The CEOs Summit Convergence 2010 Conference Uncovers Prestigious Speaker Line Up for October 4th Event

On Its Third Year, Convergence Expands and Includes CEOs and Senior Executives From the U.S. and Latin America Media, Entertainment, Technology & Advertising Sectors

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 1, 2010) -  LatinVision Media, together with the New York City Latin Media & Entertainment Commission (LMEC), and Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) uncovered today the complete speaker line up for its prestigious CEOs Summit Conference "Shaping the Future of Latin Media, Entertainment, Technology and Advertising." The event will take place at Times Warner Headquarters on October 4, 2010, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Conference is part of the Latin Media and Entertainment Week's events.

One of the most anticipated Hispanic conferences in the Nation, this one-day event will once again summon the big players of change in the Latin and Hispanic market. Similar to its previous year, the conference will feature theme panels followed by questions from the audience and moderated by experts in their respective fields.

This year's line up features:
* Viviana Hurtado, ABC News Former Correspondent, ABC News
* Rafael Urbina, Chairman & CEO, Batanga Network
* Giovanni Rodriguez, CMO, Broadvision
* Carol Robles-Roman, Deputy Mayor for Legal Affairs City of New York
* David Puente, Producer & Writer, CNN
* Giuliano Stiglitz, CEO Orange Adv. Network Americas, France Telecom Group
* Lucinda Martinez-Desir, VP Acquisition & Multicultural Mktg, HBO
* Ivan Braiker, CEO, Hipcricket
* Rick Marroquin, CEO, Identity
* Randall Rothenberg, President & CEO, Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)
* Gabriel Abaroa, CEO & President, Latin Grammys
* Carlos Manzano, Executive Director, Latin Media & Entertainment Commission
* Lauren Michaels, Co-President & Founder, Latina Media Ventures
* Chiqui Cartagena, Autor, Latino Boom
* Carlos Vassallo, CEO, LatinVision Media
* Ruth Gaviria, CEO Hispanic Business Ventures, Meredith Corporation
* Steven Wolfe-Pereira, Managing Director, MV42°
* Rosa Alonso, Founder & CEO, My Latino Voice
* Jacqueline Gonzalez, Executive Director, National Academy of TV, Arts & Science
* Doug Darfield, SVP Hispanic Service, Nielsen Media
* Santiago Taveras, Deputy Chancellor, NYC Department of Education
* Robert Walsh, NYC Dept of Small Business Services
* Lucia Ballas-Traynor, Publisher, People en Español
* Bart Adlam, President, Post Foods
* Jack Rico, Founder & Editor in Chief,
* Gustavo Razzetti, President, Strategic Sense
* Diane Sanchez, CEO, Telefonica USA
* Borja Perez, VP Integrated Solutions & Digital Media, Telemundo
* Fernando Rodríguez, CEO, Terra Networks
* Reinaldo Padua, AVP Hispanic Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company
* Lisa Quiroz, SVP Corporate Responsibility, Time Warner
* Nick Pahade, President & CEO, TRAFFIQ
* Kevin Conroy, President, Univision Interactive Media
* Ceril Shagrin, EVP Audience, Univision
* Mario Baeza, Founder & Chairman, V-Me Media
* Carmen DiRienzo, President & CEO, V-Me Media
* Scott Hamilton, President & CEO, VoodooVox
* Carla Dodds, Director of Multicultural Marketing, Walmart

Keynote Speaker
* Javier Palomarez, President & CEO, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

"As the Hispanic market continues to grow beyond $1 trillion dollars, marketers need to take action and increase their budgets to engage and connect with consumers in the fastest growing market segment in the nation," said Carlos Vassallo, CEO of LatinVision Media, Inc. and director of the Convergence 2010 The CEO´s Summit. "Our CEO´s Conference will showcase companies and individuals actively positioning themselves in their respective industries and capitalizing on this unquestionable trend."

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About LatinVision Media
LatinVision Media, Inc. is a New York-based company that operates business portals targeting U.S. Hispanic and Latin American entrepreneurs, business owners, executives and professionals in small and medium-sized companies. LatinVision portals include:;;; among others.

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About the Latin Media & Entertainment Commission (LMEC)
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg established the LMEC in 2003 to make New York the capital of Latin media and entertainment in the world. The Commission is made up of leaders from the Latin and mainstream media industry, community leaders from nonprofit and cultural sectors, and leading executives from the financial, advertising and real estate sectors. For more information: and for the Latin Media and Entertainment Week

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