Grupo Salinas Will Send Live Video Stream From Chicago of Azteca America/
Zocalo Public Square Town Hall Meeting on Immigration
The Event Marks the Fourth of Four Immigration Conferences Held Throughout the
Country Over the Past Two Months
WASHINGTON, June 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Grupo Salinas is pleased to
offer a live streaming service of next week's Azteca America/Zócalo Public
Square town hall meeting on immigration in Chicago.
The event, entitled: "What Would Immigration Reform Mean for Chicago?" will be
held on Tuesday, June 18, at the Chicago Cultural Center at 7:00 pm.
The conference will be moderated by Antonio Olivo, Immigration and Urban
Affairs Reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and include panelists: Immigration
attorney Carlina Tapia-Ruano, Northwestern University political scientist
Jaime Dominguez, University of Illinois at Chicago sociologist Xóchitl Bada,
and ImmigrationWorks USA president and CEO Tamar Jacoby.
"This is the fourth of four forums that we have organized throughout the
country with Zócalo Public Square at the behest of Ricardo Salinas. The
discussion is extremely timely and relevant as the Immigration Reform bill
continues to advance in Washington," said Luis J. Echarte, Chairman of Azteca
America and Executive Vice President of Grupo Salinas.
To RSVP for the event, please visit: www.zocalopublicsquare.org
The streaming can be viewed at www.zocalopublicsquare.org or at
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Grupo Salinas Profile
Grupo Salinas (www.gruposalinas.com) is a group of dynamic, fast growing, and
technologically advanced companies focused on creating shareholder value,
building the Mexican middle class, and improving society through excellence.
Created by Mexican entrepreneur Ricardo B. Salinas (www.ricardosalinas.com),
Grupo Salinas operates as a management development and decision forum for the
top leaders of member companies. These companies include: Azteca
(www.tvazteca.com.mx ; www.irtvazteca.com) Azteca America
(www.aztecaamerica.com), Grupo Elektra (www.grupoelektra.com.mx), Banco Azteca
(www.bancoazteca.com.mx), Advance America (www.advanceamerica.net), Afore
Azteca (www.aforeazteca.com.mx), Seguros Azteca (www.segurosazteca.com.mx) and
Grupo Iusacell (www.iusacell.com). Each of the Grupo Salinas companies
operates independently, with its own management, board of directors and
shareholders. Grupo Salinas has no equity holdings.
About Azteca America
Azteca America engages Spanish-language viewers by creating unique, passionate
and enlightening content that is relevant to the daily lives of our audience.
Wholly owned by Mexican broadcaster Azteca, S.A.B de C.V., the second-largest
producer of Spanish language content in the world, Azteca America complements
its Mexican programs with an innovative lineup of shows from third-party
producers and distributors to ensure the finest programming for its audience.
The company provides tailored, multi-platform advertising solutions for
clients seeking to reach the most dynamic consumer group in the country.
About Zócalo Public Square
Zócalo Public Square, a project of the Center for Social Cohesion, is a living
magazine, an innovative blend of on-the-ground events and on-line journalism,
that connects people to ideas and to each other in an open, accessible,
non-partisan and broad-minded spirit. Through our web publication, lectures,
panels, screenings, and conferences, Zócalo explores ideas that enhance our
understanding of citizenship and community—the forces that strengthen or
undermine human connectedness and social cohesion. Our events include a free
cocktail reception that offers the opportunity to speak directly with our
We believe that over specialization and narrowcasting undermine the public
square and are committed to welcoming a new, young and diverse generation to
CONTACT: Grupo Salinas/Azteca America Contact: Daniel McCosh;
011(5255) 1720-0059; email@example.com
Zocalo Public Square Contact: Jennifer Y. Lee;
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