Alfonso Enriquez - Tere Luna - Yoellie Iglesias

Nilda Fernández - Mario Kempes - Alessandra Fournier

Shorty C - Nivea Torres - Pedro García

Introduction: LATINO DE ORO Awards

Identidad Latina is a biweekly bilingual newspaper in Hartford, Connecticut, USA since 2001. It is distributed in most of the large towns of Connecticut and it is the pioneer of the Latino de Oro awards. The main objective of this award is the recognition of the Latino community in the area. The word “Latino” identifies everyone whose native language is Spanish or Portuguese in the United States and “Oro” (golden) is a tribute to that precious metal that the Latin-American lands produced in quantities centuries ago. LATINO DE ORO created in Hartford, CT, USA hopes to become a highly recognized prestigious award. This award’s purpose is to distinguish and recognize the hard work of the people, in that ever-growing Latino community of Connecticut and across the nation. The Latino community will embrace it and decide to what category it belongs.

Recuerdos del Latino de Oro 2016

Se postergan los Premios Latino de Oro 2017
 

Se postergan los Premios Latino de Oro 2017

COMUNICADO DE PRENSA Para una mejor organización de los premios Latino de Oro, el Directorio de la Premiación ha decidido postergar la entrega de los Premios Latino de Oro 2017 para el Sábado 8 de Setiembre de 2018. A partir del cual se  desarrollará cada dos años. Por lo tanto,...
Latino de Oro 2016 (Alfombra Dorada)
 

Latino de Oro 2016 (Alfombra Dorada)

Imágenes exclusivas de la Alfombra Dorada de los Premios LATINO DE ORO 2016, en el Learning Corridor de Hartford, Connecticut. (09/10/2016) – Fotos exclusivas de Dani Ferrari / IDENTIDAD LATINA-.
Latino de Oro 2016 (fotos de la recepción)
 

Latino de Oro 2016 (fotos de la recepción)

Imágenes exclusivas de la Recepción de los Premios LATINO DE ORO 2016, en el Learning Corridor de Hartford, Connecticut. (09/10/2016) – Fotos exclusivas de Dani Ferrari / IDENTIDAD LATINA-.

Since the first edition of Latino de Oro awards, there were 10 categories:

1)Politic, 2) Education, 3) Music, 4) Health, 5) Media, 6) Art & Culture, 7) Students, 8) Sports, 9) Help to the Latino Community and 10) Trajectory. In all the 10 categories the nominee must be a Latino, except the category (9) Help to the Latino Community), in this category the nominee could be from any nationality. The first 5 editions of these awards; the winners were selected by a notable jury, and this jury were selected by the newspaper’s board. Since 2010 (6th. edition) Nominees are nominated by the general public by completing the nomination form. Three nominee finalists are selected per category by the LDO Board and the winner in each category is selected by the general public through the internet voting process. The winners will be announced at the award ceremony. The award ceremony is formal attire, which includes a Golden Carpet, Dinner and musical shows. It is a multicultural award event. copyright © Latino de Oro Inc. Todos los derechos reservados