Starring Colombian-American actress Diane Guerrero, “Adelita” is an excellent contemporary example of the old genre of radionovelas.
What started off as an insightful discovery about Afro-Latinx history turned into an independently-ran podcast – Prestige.
“Something Strange” podcast hosts, Steffany Strange and Blair Bathory dive into audience-submitted spooky tales on the chart-topping show.
Three Decades After ‘American Me’ Debut, New Podcast Explores the Movie’s Impact and Deadly Aftermath
With the ‘More Than A Movie: American Me’ podcast, Alex Fumero is delving into the film’s legacy of violence and underr-ecognized achievement.
Check out our favorite episodes of Adriana Alejandre’s “Latinx Therapy” podcast and get inspired to practice the self-care we all need.
Whether it’s books, pop culture, or even trauma, Tamarindo podcast hosts Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino bring la calma.
When it comes to Latinx representation, media can always use more voices and that’s especially true for the Central American community. Enter ‘Radio Cachimbona,’ a podcast hosted by Salvadoran American Yvette Borja, about our two countries’ politics and laws and featuring amazing Latina guests.
Growing up, telenovelas taught me about a woman’s right to choose her own destiny. Something I included when I made my own, “Princess of South Beach.”
The podcast ‘Ídolo: The Ballad of Chalino Sánchez’ reminds me how important it is to honor the truths of our ancestors.
In #TheLatinaPress Issue 9, we welcome 2022 and say goodbye to 2021, looking back at our favorite films, podcasts, and year-end lists.