He has been a journalist, author, correspondent, and television news anchor for more than 25 years, holding memorable roles at Sunbeam Television’s WSVN-7 in Miami and at CNN.
Now, Rick Sanchez is teaming up with Sol Trujillo on a new podcast-focused venture aimed at attracting English-speaking U.S. Hispanics, and he’ll share all at an exclusive Hispanic Radio Conference appearance in late June.
Sanchez serves as CEO of the newly launched Agua Media, and he will address why more media companies need to follow his path by targeting the “generally voiceless and underserved” Hispanic consumer segment.
He’ll do so at the Hispanic Radio Conference, June 22-23 at the Intercontinental at Doral in Miami.
With stints at MSNBC, Fox News, Univision and iHeartRadio on his resume, many of Sanchez’s interviews with newsmakers have gone viral and can still be seen on YouTube. Among the most notable are discussions with the late Fidel Castro, Jimmy Carter, Mikhail Gorbachev, Bill Clinton and Manuel Noriega.
Sanchez says, “I am really looking forward to speaking at the Hispanic Radio Conference, especially as our culture and economy will look significantly different in the next decade.”