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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

What Attracts Investors To Hispanic Radio?

As the growing U.S. Hispanic population continues to fuel consumer trends and spending how will that affect Hispanic radio? It sounds like the future is bright ? but it?s never safe to take anything for granted. At the Hispanic Radio Conference, a panel of bankers, brokers, radio executives, and investors will give some clear-eyed consideration to Hispanic radio as a business.

Are the leaders on the radio side really making the most of a fresh audience and growing opportunities? What does a Hispanic radio group need to look like to attract today?s cautious investors? What is the environment for private equity, debt financing, or even privatization over the next year and into the election year of 2016?

Respected analyst Drew Marcus leads the discussion of these and other key issues for the business of Hispanic radio, and it?s information you can use to catch and keep the eyes of investors now and in the future.
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Click here to register for the Hispanic Radio Conference.

Hispanic Radio Conference
March 4-5
Omni Park West

Panel Moderator:

Andrew (Drew) Marcus is founder and managing partner of Sugarloaf Rock Capital, which manages SLRC Media Opportunities Fund. Marcus departed Deutsche Bank after 16 years in 2008 as vice chairman of global banking, focusing on media and telecommunications. He was previously managing director, global head of media research, and senior media analyst at Deutsche Bank. Marcus has been involved in nearly 200 banking transactions in the broadcasting, outdoor, and entertainment sectors, valued at over $100 billion. His deals include lead advisory and financing roles in the $24.5 billion acquisition of Clear Channel, the $13.7 billion acquisition of Univision, and the $1.2 billion acquisition of Susquehanna by Cumulus Media Partners.


Jeff Hinson has over 20 years of experience in the media and entertainment industry and is the founder, president, and CEO of YouPlus Media, a Dallas-based video content marketing and digital and mobile development company. Before forming YouPlus Media, Hinson was president and CEO of Border Media Partners, and he earlier served in a number of roles at Univision Communications Inc., including EVP/CFO. He is currently on the boards of several communications and entertainment-related public companies, and is the chairman of the board of Windstream Holdings.

Jeffery Liberman became chief operating officer of Entravision Communications in July 2012. He has been involved in the management and operation of Spanish-language media properties since 1974. Liberman previously served as the president of Entravision?s Radio Division from January 2001 until July 2012. In that post he was responsible for operating the company?s 17 radio stations in California, Colorado, New Mexico, and Washington, DC.

John Oxendine is chairman, president, and CEO of Blackstar, LLC; he has been an entrepreneur, operator, investor, and lender in the communications industry for over 30 years. From June 2008 through January 2009, Oxendine served as interim CEO and a member of the board of Equity Media Holdings Corp., and he earlier served as chairman, president, and CEO of Blackstar Communications ? a company he formed in 1987 that acquired, owned, and successfully operated commercial television stations in the U.S. Under Oxendine?s leadership, Broadcap and BCFI committed approximately $17 million to over 47 companies to acquire or construct broadcast properties, leveraging total capitalization in these companies to an amount of nearly $80 million.

Additionally, former U.S. Attorney Alberto Gonzales will be speaking at the conference, on the crucial topic of ?Immigration: The Way Ahead.? You?ll want to hear what Gonzalez ? a member of George W. Bush?s cabinet and today a professor of law at Belmont University College of Law ? has to say on a topic that is key to not just the Hispanic radio industry, but to all media and related industries in the U.S.

Click here to register for the Hispanic Radio Conference.

Hispanic Radio Conference
March 4-5
Omni Park West

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