Colaboradores

Abriendo Puertas

Abriendo Puertas
Opening Doors is the nation's first evidence-based comprehensive training program developed by and for Latino parents with children age 0 to 5. Parent input informs the curriculum, which uses the "popular education" approach to engage parents in lessons that reflect their culture.

We are partnering with Abriendo Puertas: Opening Doors to create a brand-new session about media and technology for low-income Latino parents with young kids. The session will be in English and Spanish and will explore topics that resonate among these families.


BabyCenter en Español

BabyCenter en Español
BabyCenter is the No. 1 online resource for parents with kids age 0 to 5.
BabyCenter en Español provides general information for educational purposes only and is free of charge through its website and official pages on social networks.

Common Sense Media and BabyCenter en Español have an editorial partnership through which we publish one article per month about technology and media geared toward families with kids age 0 to 5.


Telemundo

Telemundo
Telemundo, a division of NBCUniversal Hispanic Enterprises and Content, is a world-class media company, leading the industry in the production and distribution of high-quality Spanish-language content across its multiplatform portfolio to U.S.

Telemundo is syndicating select Common Sense Latino articles on the education section of their site.


Univision

Univision
Univision is the No. 1 Spanish-language network in the country and the fifth-largest network in the U.S. It reaches 94.1 million households and is well recognized as a company that informs, entertains, and empowers the growing Latino community in the U.S. In 2015, we established a partnership with Univision to launch a campaign called “Connected, We Advance”. The campaign was a multiplatform effort with two key objectives: promote broadband Internet access to Latino families and provide resources for Latino families to use technology and devices in a safe, smart, and balanced way.

Common Sense Latino is providing content to the morning shows of Univision's affiliates in The Bay Area and Texas.