Friday, February 09, 2007

Calling All Latinos: NPR Seeking Input

First, I'd like to thank staffmember "J" from National Public Radio American Public Media for following up with me on a previous request to post this information. I dropped the ball on it, and for that, lo siento mucho!

APM's regular show Marketplace is seeking insight from the Hispanic/Latino community on better ways to service the unique needs of our people with respect to the economy. Here is the link to their online survey.

As a regular listener of National Public Radio, I am glad to see their efforts to diversify the information they provide to listeners. A big part of good business is evaluation, and this is the perfect opportunity for us to let them know 1) how they're doing so far and 2) what we'd like to see them focus on in the future. I recommend checking out the Hispanic Trending blog for an example of the ways our voice is/isn't reflected in the consumer world.

Marisa, over at Latina Lista, posted a similar query in December to her readers. Hopefully the people over at Marketplace will continue to hear valuable feedback.

Here's the link to the survey again, in case you missed it.


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