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ZGS Communications Inducted into the Minority Media and Telecom Council Hall of Fame
WASHINGTON, DC - ZGS Communications was inducted into the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC) Hall of Fame earlier today. Ronald J. Gordon, Chairman and CEO of ZGS, accepted the award during the organization's 11th Annual Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference Awards Luncheon. David Honig, President of MMTC, bestowed the honor to Gordon speaking about ZGS's long history and extensive record of serving the Hispanic community.
MMTC established the Hall of Fame Award to recognize individuals and organizations for their commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in media and telecommunications. As ZGS celebrates its 30th anniversary, it was recognized for the many years of exceptional contributions to the diversity and success of America's most influential and important industries.
"We are extremely honored to receive this special recognition from MMTC. The organization has been championing minority rights and opportunities in our industry for close to three decades. This award is a tribute to my business partner Eduardo Zavala, as well as the entire ZGS family for all of their hard work and commitment," said Ronald J. Gordon. During his acceptance speech, Gordon recognized and thanked Telemundo for their long-standing partnership. He also spoke about what a privilege it is to serve the Hispanic community.
|David Honig and Ronald J. Gordon|
ZGS Communications is a Hispanic-owned multi-media company, headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, that owns or operates 12 Spanish-language television stations, representing the largest group of independent stations affiliated with the Telemundo television network. In addition, ZGS owns three Spanish-language radio stations serving Washington, DC and Tampa, and a Spanish-language web portal holaciudad.com . For three decades, ZGS has been a proud community broadcaster with a profound commitment to local programming, community service and advocacy.