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May 31, 1998 | KEVIN BAXTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lorie Campos is a third-generation Mexican-American who enjoys the cultural heritage on both sides of her hyphen. "In my spare time, I go to Latino art events," she says. "But I also listen to KROQ." Which means she also falls between the cracks that crisscross Southern California's cultural landscape. As a Latina, she says, she's assumed to like certain kinds of music and television shows.
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February 20, 1999 | KEVIN BAXTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What do you get when you mix Gen X with Gen Mex? For television executives, the answer is a huge--and largely untapped--young bilingual demographic. An attempt to reach that audience has rapidly become the driving force behind a programming strategy undertaken 15 months ago by Galavision, the nation's top-rated Spanish-language cable outlet. Anchored by a pair of hip bilingual shows focusing on Latino culture, Galavision has seen its prime-time ratings shoot up 60% among Latinos aged 18 to 34.
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May 2, 2000 | JOSE CARDENAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Boca has a chip on its shoulder. You sense it in the alternative newspaper's content. You read it in the letters from fans who write to thank Boca for its stories or to say they hiss in the movie theaters when advertisements come on for a certain other big newspaper that has Los Angeles in its name. You won't find in Boca any of that Ricky Martin stuff the mainstream media call Latino culture for their mainstream audience.
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