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About Us

We launched the Hispanic Blog Network to give a voice to the Hispanic community. Here we will discuss the latest news and trends in business, politics, lifestyle, and much more.

We have gathered a fantastic group of journalists to offer you smart information. Our contributors come from the US, Latin America and Europe, and they are all experts in their fields. We also have a group of young contributors that will share their opinion on the most pressing issues, so we can have a better understanding of how the younger generations think.

If you would like to contribute feel free to apply in our Contact page.

The Hispanic Blog Network is part of The Americano

The Americano is a bilingual site that offers a different take on news and opinion.  It looks to offer a more balanced view on all the issues that concern American Hispanics today, while celebrating the richness of Hispanic Heritage.  It is a place where people can express themselves and read about similar traditional principles.

Our Team

Sylvia Garcia, Editor in Chief. Sylvia has worked as a reporter, senior editor, and project manager for the American Hispanic market for over ten years. She graduated from the University of Miami in Broadcast Journalism and Spanish Language. She then moved to Ecuador where she practiced journalism as a writer and reporter for a television station. This helped her in her quest to attain a stronger grasp of Latin American culture. A year later, she obtained a position in Miami, Florida, with a Spanish online portal as a Senior Editor where she worked for five years until she was transferred to Madrid, Spain, to work as a leading Project Manager and oversaw editors in seven Latin American countries. She returned to Miami and began working for Gingrich Communications. She is currently the Hispanic Outreach Director for Speaker Newt Gingrich and his organization, manages the newt.org/ParaLatinos site, and works on special projects for the company. She is a founder of The Americano.
Guillermo Martínez, Senior Editor. Guillermo is a much respected South Florida journalist. Guillermo is a veteran newsman with experience in print and broadcast journalism in South Florida and throughout Latin America. He won the Inter American Press Association’s Daily Gleaner Award for editorial commentary on Latin America. Few journalists have had careers that cover both the Hispanic population in the United States, and Latin America. He has worked in Miami, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. He has lived in Argentina, Chile, Perú, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico. He was Senior Editor and editorial page columnist at The Miami Herald, Senior VP News for Univision, VP News at CBS/TeleNoticias, and Corporate VP News for the Cisneros Group of Companies. He is a founding member and past president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Guillermo is a syndicated columnist and a frequent guest on local Miami radio talk shows in both English and Spanish.
Jorge Hurtado, Community Liaison. Jorge currently serves as a community liaison for Gingrich Communications, where he oversees social media initiatives in support of The Americano.com, a bilingual site launched in September 2009 to offer balanced news and viewpoints to the U.S. Hispanic population. He has worked in sales and market research for Amerifoods, Grupo FADESA, and was operations assistant for Avecan in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Jorge holds a degree in International Business from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, and has studied advanced marketing at the Tec of Monterrey and Michigan State University. His personal blog: Clic Derecho. Twitter: @jorgehurtadof