CHICANO RADIO NETWORK U.S.A. Blog

THE CROSSROADS OF LATINO MUSIC AND NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD!

Entries Tagged ‘CRNLive’

Breaking the Secrecy debuts on CRNLive!

Tweet On Saturday 18, 2017 CRNLive rolled out its new special program “Breaking the Secrecy” to an enthusiastic listenership response. The first show featured a domestic violence survivor Julie Rae Dumas. Julie opens to a past of domestic violence that nearly costed her life. To many this is a pattern of violence too close to […]

With the help of people like you, we have a real chance to get Joe Arpio out of office, and to have an electoral race that we can get excited about.

Tweet Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio stands for everything that we are fighting against this election.   He endorses Donald Trump for president, and calls him his “true political soul mate;” he boasts about having his own “concentration camp,” blatantly defied orders by a district judge to order his deputies to stop the unconstitutional racial […]

Chicano Radio Network announces the launch of Studio B on September 29, 2016

Tweet Telephone 909-965-3695 Joe Ortiz & Associates Public Relations Email [email protected] Website http://www.CRNLive.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Frank Mills Miranda: A Radio Icon Who Broadcasts All Things Chicano Worldwide Los Angeles, California – Little did he realize when he was five years old that Frank Mills Miranda would become an international Chicano radio icon. As fate […]

CRNLive’s Studio B returning to the world in September 2016

Tweet Remember in the late 90’s when you stumbled across CRNLive for the first time? At the time we had studio B which became your headquarters for Chicano Rapp & Hip Hop? Well for years we have been bombarded with your requests to bring it back. Tune in September when we once again become your […]

POLITICAL SALSA Y MÁS with SAL BALDENEGRO 7.10.16 “CELEBRATING HISTORY”

Tweet July 10, 2016 by Tia Tenopia Forget history—let’s drink some beer! Let’s celebrate what we don’t know… Americans love to celebrate—even when they do not exactly know what it is they’re celebrating. Constitutional-Convention-1787PD_300 The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, by the Continental Congress. The Fourth of July, for example. This […]

Wenona Benally! Vote for Sanders tomorrow!

Tweet   See Video: https://www.facebook.com/842939195743215/videos/988004131236720/ Check out the video that I shot for Bernie Sanders, featuring Wenona Benally! Vote tomorrow! Arizona Bernie Supporter Profiles This is Wenona B and this is why she supports Bernie Sanders for ‪#‎POTUS‬. ‪#‎AZNativesforBernie‬ ‪#‎ArizonaConBernie‬ ‪#‎NativesForBernie‬ ‪#‎FeelTheBern‬ ‪#‎TataBernieCares‬ ‪#‎BernieSanders2016‬

Latin Grammy’s? Really? by Frank Mills Miranda

Tweet   I love my Latin Brothers and Sisters from around the globe and am deeply saddened when I hear of yet another plight effecting my beautiful people. As for the Latin Grammy’s I being Chicano (Mexican/American) was very excited about another award ceremony done on our name. However, when I quickly noticed the program […]

Immigrants Don’t Drain Welfare. They Fund It.

Tweet By Laura Reston Republican presidential candidates who want to deport undocumented immigrants en masse, end birthright citizenship, and build a wall along the Mexican border just got some new ammunition. A report released Wednesday by the Center for Immigration Studies, an organization that advocates for reducing immigration to the United States, has concluded that […]

Bel Hernandez Castillo To Be Honored By LAMusArt With Creative Leadership Arts Award at Stars for the Arts Gran Fiesta!

Tweet LOS ANGELES, CA – August 31, 2016 – The Los Angeles Music and Art School (LAMusArt) announced that Hollywood Latina media maven, Bel Hernandez Castillo, President of Latin Heat Media LLC, will present her with the Creative Leadership in Arts Award at their 70th Anniversary Benefit Concert and Gran Fiesta!, on September 12, 2015, […]

Latinos Are Everywhere, Except on TV. What’s going on?

Tweet   July 30, 2015 If the current rate of Latino involvement in the media were to play out as it has, it would take 60 years for Latinos in lead film roles to match their share of the U.S. population. It would take 100 years to do the same in TV. But even at […]