I have a particular interest in the issue. I am part of an Hispanic household. My wife is Mexican. Our daughters are both Mexican and American. To each other, they speak Spanish as their primary language. To me, they speak English. Their Mexican identity impacts our food, clothing, entertainment, travel, current affairs conversations and much of our product purchasing. Nevertheless, while they watch some Spanish-language movies (on TV, in theaters?), we watch virtually no Spanish-language network television. We are a classic bilingual US Hispanic household. We watch plenty of TV, but are hard to find if you target us with traditional planning metrics. Where the Hispanic Viewers Are (Not Just on Univision) | DigitalNext: A Blog on Emerging Media and Technology – Advertising Age.