As an avid podcast listener (and what’s the correct way so saying that? “consumer?” “fan?”) and podcast producer I am always on the lookout for great new podcasts to add to my daily and weekly listening schedule. I found a few to add from the “100 Best Latino Podcasts You Must Follow in 2023” list compiled by Feedspot.
The article highlights some of the best podcasts for anyone interested in Latino culture and issues. The list includes a mix of podcasts that cover a wide range of topics, from literature and the arts to business and finance, to current events and cultural issues.
One of the podcasts featured in the article is “Latino USA,” a national public radio program that covers news and current events from a Latino perspective. Produced by the Futuro Media Group and distributed by NPR, the podcast features interviews with a wide range of guests, including journalists, politicians, activists, and experts.
“Latino USA” covers a variety of topics, including politics, social justice, and cultural issues, and aims to provide a platform for underrepresented voices and to challenge mainstream narratives about the Latino community. In addition to providing insightful analysis and commentary, The program is a great way to stay informed about the latest developments in the Latino community and to hear from a diverse range of voices and perspectives.
Other podcasts on the list include “Latino Rebels,” a podcast that covers news and current events from a Latino perspective. The podcast is produced by Latino Rebels, a media organization that aims to provide a platform for underrepresented voices and to challenge mainstream narratives about the Latino community.
“Latino Rebels” features interviews with a wide range of guests, including journalists, activists, and experts, and covers a variety of topics, including politics, social justice, and cultural issues.
Two podcasts were chosen from the Houston area: “In the Business with Juan and Anjelica” and “Latinos Who Thrive.”
“In the Business with Juan and Anjelica” is a podcast that offers a unique perspective on the world of business and entrepreneurship. Hosted by Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares, two first-generation Mexican-Americans, this podcast delves into their personal experiences as they navigate the business world and discuss a wide range of topics, including life as first-generation immigrants, business, culture, relationships, and more.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration or practical advice, “In the Business with Juan and Anjelica” has something to offer for anyone looking to start or grow a business. Tune in to this engaging and informative podcast to learn from the hosts’ experiences and get the knowledge you need to succeed.
“Latinos Who Thrive” is a podcast hosted by Victor Escalante that celebrates the success of Latinos in various industries and distills the secrets to their success to help listeners thrive during and after a pandemic. This podcast features in-depth interviews with successful Latino professionals who share their stories, experiences, and insights on what it takes to succeed in their fields.
From business and entrepreneurship to finance and technology, “Latinos Who Thrive” covers a wide range of topics that are relevant and valuable to anyone looking to succeed in their career or business. If you’re looking for inspiration and practical advice from experts who have been there and done that, tune in to “Latinos Who Thrive.”
Overall, the “100 Best Latino Podcasts” list is a great resource for anyone looking to learn more about Latino culture and issues. Whether you’re interested in literature, the arts, business, or current events, there is a podcast on the list that is sure to appeal to you.