Entravision Communications

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Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) is a diversified Spanish-language media company with a unique group of media assets including 53 television, 48 radio stations and more than 100 interactive properties. Our media assets are strategically located in fast-growing and high-density U.S. Hispanic markets where the Hispanic consumer base will accounts for approximately $1083 billion in consumer spending in 2014.

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prnewswire | January 05, 2021

At the point when the pandemic constrained U.S. schools and colleges online this previous spring, most universities did as such with workforce who had no earlier internet educating experience. At that point, staff and managers said they were most needing support for their recently distant understudies, just as more prominent admittance to computerized materials. "Colleges and universities were clear that they needed support with digital materials and training for teaching in ...

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Facial recognition technology is growing in sophistication. The technology is already being used to unlock our mobile phones, identify shoplifters, enhance security at airports and track students’ attendance. Despite the proliferation of the technology, its use on university campuses has not bode well with fractions of students. Recently, students across the US have participated in protests demanding their schools refrain from using facial recognition on campus, report The Guardian. Studen...

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