Entravision at the Fourth Annual Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference in Miami, Florida

COO Jeffery Liberman to Participate in Group Head Super Session Roundtable & Appears on Cover of Radio Ink's May 6th Issue

May 15, 2013, 09:00 ET from Entravision Communications Corporation

MIAMI, May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC), a diversified Spanish-language media company, will make a prominent appearance at this year's Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference – the fourth annual event that will bring together the best minds in Hispanic radio to address the future of the industry.

At the conference, Entravision's Chief Operating Officer and seasoned radio executive Jeffery A. Liberman will join other top leaders within the Spanish-language radio industry in the "Group Head Super Session Roundtable," where they will discuss their vision and outlook on the future of the industry.

Timed to the conference, Jeffery A. Liberman is also featured on the May 6th cover of Radio Ink's annual Hispanic radio issue. With deep family roots in the industry, Liberman offers his take on the Latino marketplace in the publication's intriguing cover story.

Additionally, Entravision is also a corporate sponsor of this highly-anticipated event.

Join various talented artists and veteran radio executives as they come together to cover wide-ranging topics including the impact of the Latino consumer in the marketplace, the economics of immigration reform, as well as strategies for becoming more relevant with listeners on-air and online.


Group Head Super Session Roundtable | Friday, May 17th | 3:25 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. ET


Biltmore Hotel | 1200 Anastasia Avenue | Miami, Florida 33134


As a leader in Spanish-language media, Entravision is committed to keeping its viewers and listeners informed and entertained through its television, radio and digital properties. The company's active involvement in the upcoming Radio Ink Hispanic Radio Conference demonstrates its dedication to further extending its reach within the Latino community, as well as enhancing its various properties to better serve this growing segment of the population.

SOURCE Entravision Communications Corporation