The National Federation of Community Broadcasters is pleased to announce Denise Soler Cox will open our 2017 conference.
Born in the Bronx, Denise Soler Cox is an indie filmmaker, award-winning entrepreneur, cultural blogger for Huffington Post Latino and syndicated content provider for AOL.com. In 2012, Denise co-founded Project Enye (ñ) with Oscar-nominated documentary veteran Henry Ansbacher.
Her film, Being ñ, features interviews that help the country understand how a new generation of 16 million first-generation American born Latinos view culture and interpret diversity.
As Tuesday morning keynote, Denise Soler Cox will talk about cultural shifts and how media can more effectively tell the stories of their communities, engage and respond.
Early bird registration for the conference is now open. Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are also available.
The National Federation of Community Broadcasters provides services that advance public media organizations to best serve their communities. NFCB believes that the nation must be informed and entertained by robust, local media that provide significant public service. Since 1978, NFCB has served a diverse range of non-commercial media organizations, including Native American, rural, HBCU and Latino community media outlets.