NEW YORK, Jan. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Actress, author and speaker Laura Termini inked a deal with PR Newswire's Hispanic Digital Network (HDN) to create an innovative multimedia column available to hundreds of Hispanic media in the US and Latin America. The deal comes on the heels of Laura's recently-launched podcast, giving the awarded media personality an expanded platform to share her message of empowerment.
"Podcasts are a great medium to be authentic and to connect with people, I have free reign to discuss any topic, I am absolutely thrilled to be partnering with PR Newswire Cision to bring exclusive content to a new audience, alongside a celebrity guest or...just me. I basically have made a career in being myself with passion and creativity and want to share this with the listeners," said Termini.
The first episode features Mexican director Manolo Caro , from the Netflix's hit show "La Casa de las Flores" (The House of Flowers)
Being invited to The White House and The United Nations, as one of the Top Latina Blogger/Influencers in America changed her career and brought many great opportunities.
Laura's 2018 achievements are not to be overlooked. A leading part role came along for Termini in 2018, this time in Telemundo's series Señora Acero 5, still on air.
Laura has been touring the US and Latin America delivering empowering speeches at industry conferences, universities and corporate events to share with diverse audiences how to use the tools in her book "Realmente Unica" to empower, inspire, and celebrate women. The new column and podcast are an extension of the empowerment production house that Laura has been building for a decade. The podcast is co produced by chaliwa.com
About Laura Termini: actress and mediapreneur, founder of Chicanol.com . Laura owns her own content creation studio and production hub. Contributor on Telemundo, CNN en Español, Despierta America, CNN Radio, The Huffington Post, Vogue en Español, CNN Latino, People en Español, Salud Al Día, El Universal, El Nacional, Associated Press, The Miami Herald, Revista Mujer, Caracol Radio, Univision Radio, among many other media outlets. She has served as a spokesperson for different brands hosting satellite media tours, events, and workshops. A strong believer in using social media for social good, she has collaborated with the World Food Programme, Green America, St. Jude Children's Hospital, Go Red and other causes.