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MultiCultural Media Expo 2006 Welcomes Winner of ANA's 2005 Multicultural Excellence Award.

LOS ANGELES -- U.S. Hispanic media market will grow at 10.5% vs. 3.4% for the total U.S. advertising market.

The MultiCultural Media Expo is proud to present Ernest Bromley, CEO and one of the founders of Bromley Communications, this year's winner of the Multicultural Excellence Award, presented by the American Association of National Advertisers (ANA). The inaugural MultiCultural Media Expo will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, February 22-24, 2006.

Mr. Bromley will be the keynote speaker for the luncheon taking place on February 22, 2006. He will discuss emerging trends and themes for the burgeoning multicultural marketing and advertising industry. Bromley Communications is responsible for producing an award-winning campaign for Burger King, the "Angus Campaign," in addition to working with other clients such as Circuit City, Procter & Gamble, Nestle and BMW.

Bromley Communications, the San Antonio, Texas-based integrated communications agency, is heralded as one of the nation's top Hispanic marketing communications companies. In addition to this award, they have received ADDY awards, were recently named the #1 Multicultural Agency in Ad Age's 2005 Annual Agency Report Card, and earned an O'Toole Award in 2005 for Creative Excellence by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA).

"We are excited to have Mr. Bromley provide insights and expertise on how blue chip companies can create a lasting impression in the growing multicultural market by successfully blending creativity with measurable results," commented David Takata, President of MultiCultural Media Holdings, the Expo organizer.

In addition to Bromley Communications, industry luminaries from advertising, multicultural media and Fortune 500 companies will be showcasing their ideas and perspectives from the Hispanic, African-American and Asian-American markets. Confirmed panelists include: Jeff Valdez -- Chairman of SiTV; Joe Schramm -- President of Schramm Sports & Entertainment; Robert Rose -- CEO of AIM Tell-A-Vision, a Division of Artist and Idea Management, Ltd.; Jo Muse -- CEO/Chairman of Muse Communications; Natalie Rouse -- Ethnic Marketing Manager for Comcast Cable Communications; Jacob Miles -- CEO of Urban Television Network; Martha Montoya -- CEO of Los Kitos; Fernando Espuelas -- CEO of Voy Group; Bill Imada -- Chairman and CEO of IW Group and President, Asian-American Advertising Federation; and Nusrat Durrani -- SVP & General Manager of MTV World.

About the MultiCultural Media Expo

The MultiCultural Media Expo ( is the ONLY national show that has both a business focus and an exhibitor floor expo worthy of being considered a media event. With the growing interest in multicultural markets, the time is now for content providers, distributors, advertising agencies and buyers of multicultural media to assemble in one venue.
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