As part of the traditional celebrations of Dia de Muertos in Los Angeles, Netflix gave the fans of its popular shows a chance to pay tribute to beloved characters who “passed away” in the last few years.
Leaders in the US are outraged with AT&T and Verizon's decision of removing Hispanic channels from their lineup. Latin Times spoke with Congress member Adriano Espaillat on how this is affecting, and largely silencing independent voices in media.
Discovery en Español exposes the sex tourism industry In Medellín, Colombia. ''El Mercado de la Inocencia'' showcases the story of hundreds of underage girls as they enter into a world of drugs and prostitution.
After his elimination from "Mira Quien Baila," actor and singer Pablo Montero is preparing for his upcoming tour and more telenovelas. He spoke with Latin Times about his future plans and a special project. Check it out here!