Jenny and Joanna share their experiences traveling to Latin America, when Jenny walked around Bogota dressed as Abuela, the time Joanna couldn't prove she wasn't a gringa in Guatemala, and the immigrant's perpetual need to search for “home”.
Joanna and Jenny discuss how some Americans were against Thanksgiving from the start, the lesser known pagan roots of the celebration and why some immigrants easily gravitate towards the national holiday.
Jenny and Joanna discuss their earliest jobs, including working at Toys R Us on Black Friday, handling clean-up duty on a cooking show, having arugula thrown at you, and being Kevin Feige's worst PA.
Joanna welcomes Jasmine Romero, her co-writer on the audio-drama podcast PRINCESS OF SOUTH BEACH, as they discuss Latinos in the podcasting space, as well as what it takes to create a modern telenovela podcast.
Jenny and Joanna discuss the history of Halloween, trends in costumes, how immigrant parents react to spooky American traditions, and why Latinos have a complicated relationship with death and the macabre.
Joanna pasó una noche aterradora en uno de los lugares más emblemáticos de Miami.Joanna Hausmann siempre se había sentido orgullosa de su forma de ver la vida: lo que no tenía lógica, no existía para ella. Pero una noche de octubre de 2016 tuvo una experiencia muy extraña en el hotel donde se estaba quedando. Aún hoy sigue sin saber qué pasó. De lo único que está segura es que ese no era cualquier hotel. ⇣Aquí puedes escuchar Hyphenated, el podcast de Joanna Hausmann y Jenny Lorenzo. ⇣En nuestro sitio web puedes encontrar una transcripción del episodio. Or you can also check this English translation. ⇣Suscríbete a nuestro boletín, nuestro lugar favorito para estar en contacto con nuestra comunidad. Recibe todos los martes un correo presentando el nuevo episodio de Radio Ambulante, y todos los viernes, uno más con cinco recomendaciones de nuestro equipo. Súmate a Deambulantes, nuestro programa de membresías. Tu apoyo nos permitirá seguir reportando historias contadas desde perspectivas únicas, curiosas, emotivas y sorprendentes. Si nuestros episodios te conectan a Latinoamérica y al español, considera donar hoy. Tu contribución hará toda la diferencia. ¡Gracias!
Joanna and Jenny wrap up their creepy storytelling session by discussing the Latin American boogeyman, debunking Puerto Rico's famous cryptozoology creature, and doing a historical dive into the meaning behind Mexico's legendary infanticidal crying lady.
Jenny and Joanna try to answer a listener's question about how to make new friends, discuss the differences between childhood and adult friendships, as well as how to avoid, and let go of, toxic people in your life.
Jenny welcomes disability activist Annie Segarra as they discuss the added challenges of having ambulatory and invisible disabilities, and what it's like when people on the street, your family and even doctors don't believe you're disabled.
Jenny and Joanna discuss what it takes to make a living being a creator on the internet while dealing with unreasonable followers and the demand of the digital platforms.
Joanna and Jenny chat about the superstitious rituals from Latin American and the U.S. that they grew up with, as well as some others from around the world, and why superstition is prevalent in all cultures.
Joanna and Jenny chat about Jenny's hometown of Miami, FL, the weird history that shaped its culture, how it's still trying to figure out what it wants to be when it grows up, and why it's the quintessential 'hyphenated' American city.
Joanna and Jenny are joined by board-certified physician Dr. Stacy De-Lin to talk about the current state of the pandemic, what people should know about the vaccine, and how to deal with anti-science sentiments. Dr. Stacy De-Lin, MD is a board-certified physician whose specialty and area of practice is gynecology and family planning. She worked through the height of the COVID pandemic in the spring of 2020 in New York City, and one of her roles as Associate Medical Director at her clinic during that time was to follow all of the emerging evidence on COVID-19 in order to keep staff and patients safe. Since then, she has continued to stay up-to-date on the evidence and works to combat online misinformation on both COVID and the vaccine through her Instagram account, @stacydelin_md
Joanna and Jenny chat with comedian and writer Eitan Levine, whose comedy grew out of his Jewish Orthodox upbringing and led him to the most bizarre jobs, from Kardashian conspiracy theorist to award-winning pornography writer.
JEFF BERGMAN, voice of Bugs Bunny in upcoming SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY and Yogi Bear in new HBO Max series JELLYSTONE!, premiering July 29thABOUT JELLYSTONE!, DEBUTING ON HBO MAX JULY 29thHey, Hey, Hey! Yogi Bear, Cindy Bear, Huckleberry Hound and a Universe of Hanna-Barbara Characters Welcome You to Jellystone! Yogi, Boo Boo and Cindy, alongside an epic ensemble cast of Hanna-Barbera characters, are returning to television screens in the all-new animated comedy, Jellystone! The Max Original series helmed by acclaimed showrunner and executive producer C.H. Greenblatt and produced by Warner Bros. Animation, presents a reimagined take on these beloved characters, modernizing them for today's family audience and introducing them to a new generation of fans. Season one premieres Thursday, July 29 on HBO Max.Set in the charming town of the same name, Jellystone! follows an ensemble of Hanna-Barbera characters as they live, work, play, and (as is often the case), destroy the town in some silly way together. Huckleberry Hound proudly serves as the town's mayor; Cindy, Boo Boo and Yogi are the town's medical staff; Jabberjaw works at Magilla's clothing store where they supply all the bow ties and hats to the town's citizens; and every character has a specific role in the community. Their paths cross in fun and ridiculous ways, turning everyday activities into hilarious pandemonium."I grew up watching tons of Hanna-Barbera cartoons and have a deep love for these characters," said Greenblatt. "The massive amount of both classic and not-so-classic characters we were able to use from the Hanna-Barbera library is what really makes the Jellystone! universe special. Rather than recreate the feeling of cartoons of the past, we wanted to have silly, weird fun with these characters and expand their personalities to give them more depth. Chances are if there's a character you love, you'll see them somewhere in this world eventually. We hope longtime fans appreciate our take on this world, and we're excited that parents get to introduce and enjoy their favorite Hanna-Barbera characters with their kids."Greenblatt serves as showrunner and executive producer, and voices several characters including Doggie Daddy, Boo Boo, Peter Potamus, and Benny. Joining him in this talented voice cast includes: Jeff Bergman, the voice of Yogi, Mr. Jinks, Wally Gator, and Lippy the Lion; Jim Conroy, the voice of Huckleberry Hound, Captain Caveman, and Pa Rugg, and more; Georgie Kidder, the voice of Auggie Doggie, Brain, and Floral Rugg; Grace Helbig, the voice of Cindy Bear, Yappy, Taffy, and Granny Sweet; Niccole Thurman, the voice of Jabberjaw, Squiddly Diddly, and Dee Dee Sykes; Thomas Lennon, the voice of Top Cat; Ron Funches, the voice of Shag Rugg; Bernardo de Paula, the voice of El Kabong and Mildew Wolf; Dana Snyder, the voice of Snagglepuss, Touché Turtle, and Lambsy; Katie Grober, the voice of Yakky Doodle; Paul F. Tompkins, the voice of Magilla Gorilla; Jenny Lorenzo, the voice of Bobbie Looey, Hardy Har Har, and Choo Choo; Fajer Al-Kaisi, the voice of Shazzan and Hadji; Lesley Nicol, the voice of Winsome Witch; Ulka Simone Mohanty, the voice of Loopy De Loop; and Andrew Frankel, the voice of Fancy Fancy and Jonny Quest.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HAVgdujUWQ ABOUT SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY, IN THEATERS AND STREAMING ON HBO MAX FRIDAY JULY 16THWelcome to the Jam! Basketball champion and global icon LeBron James goes on an epic adventure alongside timeless Tune Bugs Bunny with the animated/live-action event "Space Jam: A New Legacy," from director Malcolm D. Lee and an innovative filmmaking team including Ryan Coogler and Maverick Carter. This transformational journey is a manic mashup of two worlds that reveals just how far some parents will go to connect with their kids. When LeBron and his young son Dom are trapped in a digital space by a rogue A.I., LeBron must get them home safe by leading Bugs, Lola Bunny and the whole gang of notoriously undisciplined Looney Tunes to victory over the A.I.'s digitized champions on the court: a powered-up roster of professional basketball stars as you've never seen them before. It's Tunes versus Goons in the highest-stakes challenge of his life, that will redefine LeBron's bond with his son and shine a light on the power of being yourself. The ready-for-action Tunes destroy convention, supercharge their unique talents and surprise even "King" James by playing the game their own way.James stars alongside Oscar nominee Don Cheadle (the "Avengers" films, "Hotel Rwanda"), Khris Davis ("Judas and the Black Messiah," TV's "Atlanta"), Sonequa Martin-Green (TV's "The Walking Dead," "Star Trek: Discovery"), newcomer Cedric Joe, Jeff Bergman ("Looney Tunes Cartoons"), Eric Bauza ("Looney Tunes Cartoons"), and Zendaya (upcoming "Dune," "Malcolm & Marie").Lee ("Girls Trip," "Night School") directs from a screenplay by Juel Taylor & Tony Rettenmaier & Keenan Coogler & Terence Nance and Jesse Gordon and Celeste Ballard, story by Juel Taylor & Tony Rettenmaier & Keenan Coogler & Terence Nance and Terence Nance. Based on "Space Jam," written by Leo Benvenuti & Steve Rudnick and Timothy Harris & Herschel Weingrod. The film's producers are Ryan Coogler, LeBron James, Maverick Carter and Duncan Henderson, and the executive producers are Sev Ohanian, Zinzi Coogler, Allison Abbate, Jesse Ehrman, Jamal Henderson, Spencer Beighley, Justin Lin, Terence Nance and Ivan Reitman.Warner Bros. Pictures Presents a Proximity/The SpringHill Company Production, a Malcolm D. Lee Film, "Space Jam: A New Legacy." The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. It will be released in theaters nationwide on July 16, 2021 and will be available in the U.S. on HBO Max for 31 days from theatrical release.Here's the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCsEKvz2mxs JEFF BERGMAN BIO INFO (FROM TV TROPES.COM)Jeff Bergman (born July 10, 1960 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) - Jeff's first big break in voice acting came with 1990'S Jetsons: The Movie, where he was called in to finish the remaining dialogue for George Jetson and Mr. Spacely done by George O' Hanlon and Mel Blanc after the two men passed away during production of the movie. It's from there on that he would voice them in all future Jetsons projects.It was around this time that he also replaced Mel Blanc as most of his Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, Tweety, and more. He would be replaced as the characters by various other actors such as Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Greg Burson, and Billy West before returning to many of the roles full time beginning with The Looney Tunes Show.He's also been the official voice of Fred Flintstone from The Flintstones since 2001.Jeff Bergman's voice-acting credits include:Looney Tunes (1990-present) as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Tweety, Foghorn Leghorn, Pepe LePew, and others (in tandem with Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Greg Burson, and Billy West for many years until fully taking over the roles starting with The Looney Tunes Show)The Jetsons (1990-present) as George Jetson, Mr. Spacely (initially did their remaining dialogue for the 1990 movie when original voice actors George O' Hanlon and Mel Blanc died during production, and has since voiced them in all official media since then).Tiny Toon Adventures as Bugs Bunny, Daffy DuckThe Flintstones (2001-present) as Fred FlintstoneFoodfight! as Charlie the TunaBatman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face as Joker, Desmond Dumas, BookwormTom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes and Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory as DroopyOur Cartoon President (2018-) as Donald TrumpWe Bare Bears (2018) as NarratorAmphibia (2019) as JonahJurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (2020) as Mr. DNAWords cannot describe how versatile Jeff Bergman is. In addition to the multiple roles already listed, he's also provided the voices of Yogi Bear and Boo-Boo, Snagglepuss, Squiddly Diddly, Top Cat and Officer Dibble, Peter Potamus and So-So, Manny from Ice Age in the Ice Age: Arctic Blast app... let's just say a LOT of characters.
Joanna and Jenny talk about Spanish-language television, the shows they grew up watching, which ones inspired their comedy, the differences between programs produced in Latin America versus the United States, and the current trend they see in English-language TV that is purportedly made for Latinos.
Writer, comedian, and YouTuber Akilah Hughes joins Joanna as a special guest co-host. Joanna and Akilah discuss the serious illnesses they've both faced, how being sick impacted their sense of identity, and the ways in which comedy has helped them cope during difficult times.
Joanna and Jenny discuss the origins of the term "Latinx," why it's so polarizing in the Latino community, and how they feel about the word and the controversy that surrounds it.
Joanna and Jenny are joined by singer/songwriter LP for a wide-ranging discussion about her life and career, her unexpected success outside of the United States, and the power of being true to yourself.
Joanna and Jenny compare their experiences in middle school and high school. Joanna discusses the differences between going to school in Venezuela versus the U.S. and Jenny talks about the peculiarities of the Christian schools she attended in Miami.
Joanna and Jenny are joined by Mexican Institute of Sound founder Camilo Lara. They discuss his latest album, Distrito Federal (D.F.), Camilo's take on why Latin music has become so popular in recent years, and the connection between music, culture, and identity.
Joanna and Jenny are joined by Korean-Peruvian artist and educator Ren Fernández-Kim. They discuss the history of Asian Latinos, how Asian and Latino culture have influenced one another, and the evolution of Kim's hyphenated sense of identity.
Jonny & Aileen head to a zombie infested Venezuela with this week's movie, Infección. But this movie goes a lot deeper than sprinting zombies, desolate apocalyptic roads, and all or nothing survival (which it has plenty of!) Using the tropes of zombie films, director Flavio Pedota's Infección highlights the Venezuelan Humanitarian Crisis and the Venezuelan Refugee Crisis. Watch the movie here! More information on Venezuela from our friend, Joanna Hausmann: What's Happening in Venezuela: Just the Facts Reasons Venezuela is a Disaster - Joanna Rants Hyphenated with Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo
Joanna and Jenny talk about their love-hate relationship with social media. On the one hand, social media has given them a platform to share their content and reach millions of people who can relate to their unique perspectives. On the other, it has made them vulnerable to criticism and personal attacks, often from members of the Latino community who do not see themselves reflected in their content and who question their identity as Latinas...
Jenny is joined by special guest co-host Curly Velasquez. They discuss why Latinos tend to be very competitive, the influence of Spanish-language TV on the Latino community's penchant for drama, and the unexpected reaction Curly got hot from his family when he came out to them.
In this episode Joanna updates us about her health and her road to recovery after what started as a routine removal of a spot on her face last week became something much more complicated and scary. Joanna and Jenny discuss how health impacts identity and the importance of advocating for yourself with your doctors.
In this episode Joanna and Jenny discuss how they've been affected by the beauty standards of their cultures, the sexist and racist aspects of Latino beauty standards, and why beauty standards are socially constructed bull****.
Joanna and Jenny reminisce about the telenovelas of their childhood, they discuss why they think telenovelas are popular around the world, and they point out the problematic ways in which telenovelas have typically portrayed race, class, and women.
A co-founder of BuzzFeed’s Pero Like, and an alum of MiTu, Jenny spent the early part of her career creating viral sketch videos for big media companies. Frustrated, she decided to break out on her own. In this hilarious conversation, she reveals what goes into creating her videos (she has a second bedroom dedicated to wigs and props!), gets real about the nitty-gritty of monetization, and dreams of producing a more nuanced portrayal of her hometown.If you loved this episode, listen to How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career and How Documentarian Cristina Costantini Fed Her Soul While Making Mucho Mucho Amor. Show your love and become a Latina to Latina Patreon supporter!
In this episode Joanna and Jenny discuss the link between religion and identity, the influence of religion on Latino culture, Joanna's experience growing up Jewish in Venezuela, Jenny's Catholic upbringing in Miami, and brujería.
We survived the clock chiming midnight and welcomed 2021 with our first podcast of the year! Did you miss us? We’ve got a fantastic show for you to kick off the year. In this episode we talk about: What’s Up Disney+. A brand new YouTube show hosted by Jenny Lorenzo …
Comedy stars Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo host an English-language podcast about living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they have crafted their comedy around what it means to be bicultural. Every week, Joanna and Jenny have hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated.
Seriously, Jenny Lorenzo se la comio…bye bye Kardashians…just don’t lie about your ethnicity, it’s that easy…Manhattan or Los Angeles…impossibly beauty standards…ugh, gender reveals will be the destruction of us all…there is an art to the efficiency…once a Miami boy, always a Miami boy…music is so shareable and yet intimate…live music will never be the same…always be part of a community and be sure to give back…hmmm maybe Carole Baskins will be a great dancer… Theme Song: Pero Let Me Freestyle, composed by Michael Angelo Lomlplex - the Official Gay Guy www.PeroLetMeTellYouShop.com
En este podcast de la revista Catalina, la editora Cathy Areu habla con dos (o tres) generaciones de Latinos sobre la estrella de YouTube, Jenny Lorenzo, y la vida “bicultural.” Cathy y su grupo hablan de la comedia de Jenny que da las risas y las realidades de viviendo “dos culturas” en los Estados Unidos. La escritora, actriz, y editora de su “Jenny Lorenzo” canal en YouTube es la Abuela, Madre, Tía, y Hermana que todos tenemos en nuestras familias. Pero, las cosas (como nuestros “tikis”) nunca son tan fáciles. Como dice Jenny: “Los latinos somos tan diversos en este país que a veces tampoco nos entendemos ...” ¿Entiendes? ¿No? Bueno, eso te pasa por no tomar suficiente agua. (Este consejo tiene sentido si escuchas el podcast.) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Meet Jenny Lorenzo an actor, comedian, writer, and content creator who became a viral sensation with her beloved Abuela character. She shares her story of how since childhood she started developing her own creative path and the importance of creating latinx-based content. @jennizzle jennylorenzo.com
Back in April of 2020 Gina & Katherine talk to actress/producer Jenny Lorenzo to discuss everything from creating characters from personal experience to not fitting into the Latina mold in Hollywood.
Seriously, tapate la boca…como se quejan la gente caballero…protest all you want, but despues no te pongas a joder…c’mon, it’s the perfect time to remodel…it only took a pandemic for her schedule to free up…4 cousins is practically a nuclear family for Cubans… los sacrificios is what motivates the children of immigrants most…she really is like una Caro Burnett…she’s all our abuelas because it’s her Abuelo…guys, you need to see Misu Queen…we ALL love Marta Darby… Theme Song: Pero Let Me Freestyle, composed by Michael Angelo Lomlplex - the Official Gay Guy www.PeroLetMeTellYouShop.com Canvas People: https://www.canvaspeople.com Manscaped: https://www.manscaped.com Jenny Lorenzo: http://www.jennylorenzo.com
SHOW NOTES More Latinas are writing their own diverse stories and acting them to show the different layers that our comunidad has to offer. In this episode of Ellas, Brenda Hernández Jaimes talks with the talented and hilarious creators of Latinaish TV, Diana Cabuto and Christina Igaraividez about writing, producing and acting their own sketches. Both Diana and Christina share about suppressing their love for acting and ultimately going after their own dreams. They also talk about how they met, the creation of Latinaish TV, and collaborating with other Latinas to provide more stories to the world. We also go deep about the racist and stereotypical aspects that the acting industry suffers and how Latinxs are working to make it better. Listen to this episode to learn more of their own work with Latinaish and their own amazing individual work that they produce that also uplift our comunidad! In this episode we talk about… 2:50 - Diana Cabuto shares how she grew up with strong mujeres and her love for acting 4:04 - Christina Igaraividez opens up about suppressing her love for acting, but later was part of Teatro Luna 7:44 - Discover why Christina didn’t originally follow her passion for acting and ultimately follow her dreams 11:50 - Diana didn’t want to disappoint her family by choosing to be an actress and later being motivated to change her major 15:17 - Do you feel self-conscious about your accent? Listen to how Diana embraced hers and was inspired to write her own stories 18:28 - Find out how Christina and Diana met and started Latinaish TV 27:36 - Diana and Christina talk about the diverse stories that Latinaish TV produce 32:54 - Diana reveals about landing a role in Gentefied and how more Latinos are working in the industry 37:07 - Christina talks about co-creating Talking While Female and Other Dangerous Acts 41:52 - Diana shares about how the acting industry in Hollywood has evolved, but it still suffers from being racist 46:33 - “When you start don’t worry about the outcome, just put stuff out there. Don’t worry about what people are going to like or if I’m doing it right. You have to experiment and you have to find yourself.” 48:18 - Don’t stop yourself from learning and just do it! 50:32 - Diana and Christina share their own working dynamic and how they balance their friendship and collaborations 53:00 - Discover the next stories and projects that Latinaish TV will create this year! 55:33 - Diana shares what she envisions for herself in 2020 56:57 - Christina talks about her personal focus for her career 58:08 - Christina deep dives about the pre-production of Talking While Female and Other Dangerous Acts 1:01:39 - Diana shares about being learning and messing up in the early years of her acting career 1:05:32 - Christina opens up about transitioning from having a full-time job to being a freelancer to focus on her acting career 1:10:05 - Diana and Christina talk about the difficulty and finding the balance of separating themselves from their career and being present with their loved ones 1:14:44 - Diana and Christina “time travel” back and share what they would say to themselves 1:20:11 - Contact and collaborate with Latinaish TV! RELEVANT LINKS Christina Igaraividez Diana Cabuto Latinaish TV Teatro Luna Talking While Female and Other Dangerous Acts Things Eternal Gentefied Lina Yvette Chávez Marvin Lemus America Ferrera What’s Your L.A. & Trust Within Gloria Trevi Alejandra Guzmán Shit White Girls Say to Latinas Palmira Muñiz Jennifer Lopez Hustlers Watch Latinaish TV’s JLO Vlog: Before I Mastered the Pole Listen to episode 15 with Jenny Lorenzo Sofia Vergara Latino USA Eugenio Derbez Eiza González Salma Hayek #WeAllGrow Barry Adam Driver WANT MORE? Follow Latinaish TV on Instagram: @Latinaish.TV Follow Latinaish TV on Facebook: Latinaish.TV Follow Latinaish TV on Twitter: @Latinaish.TV Subscribe to Latinaish TV on Youtube: Latinaish TV Follow Latinaish TV on Tik Tok: @Latinaish.TV Follow Diana Cabuto: @DianaCabuto Follow Christina Igaraividez: @chrixtinai Follow Ellas: @EllasThePodcast Follow Me: @bren_jai
Happy New Year from the SAP crew! This week they discuss the use of derogatory words in a friendly manner. Then, Jenny Lorenzo (Co-founder of BuzzFeed’s Pero Like, @jennizzle) stops by to talk about having a Halloween wedding, growing up in Miami, and the creation of her many different characters including “Abuela.” Plus, Jenny joins SAP for a hilarious improv set. Follow The SAP Crew on instagram! @spanishaquipresents @raizalicea @ofcourseitscarlos @ozzymo @thetonyrodrig
Jenny Lorenzo is a hard worker, totally hilarious, and thoroughly filled with anxiety. And she’s not shy about it. Whether it’s her Cuban upbringing in Miami, the drive to support the people around her, or the unending call to feed the content machines of the internet - Jenny is always on the grind. But is work all there is? And how does she handle the pressures of being an internet personality? Thank you for listening to this podcast. Genuinely.
SHOW NOTES In recent years the Latino community has been given more representation than before. One of the figures that have showcased part of our community, specifically the Cubanos in Miami, is actor, writer, comedian, and content creator Jenny Lorenzo. In today’s episode of Ellas, Jenny talks with me about how her childhood in Miami has shaped her comedy and videos. She also opens up about the bumps she encountered during her time in Buzzfeed, the highlights and lessons learned when she co-founded PeroLike and how she had to constantly prove herself as a video producer. Jenny shares the reason why she was fired from Buzzfeed, the family tragedy that occurred during that time and working at We are Mitú. She also goes in-depth on what motivated her to be a freelance content creator and shows she identified with during her childhood. Jenny also chats about her character Lupe in Cartoon Network’s Victor and Valentino! If you want to know what it takes to be a voice actor and finding the right team to collaborate with then listen to this episode! In this episode, we talk about... 1:30 - Jenny Lorenzo shares about growing up in Miami and also being raised by her maternal grandparents 4:57 - Discover how Jenny’s iconic Abuela character was created during her geek-related content 6:44 - “I looked around me...first of all there was barely any Latinos working there and second of all, no one was making Latino content at all.” 9:08 - Due to a lack of Latino representation, Jenny, Jazmine Oliveros, Norberto Briseño, and Alex Alvarez created PeroLike 11:05 - Jenny talks about learning what the Latino audience is receptive to and what they absolutely hate 17:15 - Jenny opens up about why she was fired from Buzzfeed 24:03 - Listen to Jenny’s journey with Crohn’s Disease while still creating her videos and finding the balance of taking care of herself 28:52 - Jenny shares about her time working at We Are Mitú and the ever-changing evolution of digital media 33:28 - Discover why Jenny didn’t create new characters during her time at Mitú 37:46 - Learn how Jenny is developing Laritza, Tía Gloria, Michi, Jasleiney, Flor and Maruchi 43:01 - Jenny talks about how she felt identified with the show, Qué Pasa USA? and how she wants to showcase the positive and negative aspects of Latino culture through her comedy 47:10 - Know all about Jenny’s character in the Cartoon Network show, Victor and Valentino 54:34 - Discover the projects that Jenny has done this year and what she’s planning for the future 58:58 - Do you want to work in comedy, voice acting or creating your own show? Listen to Jenny’s advice on how to find the correct team to form your community! 1:06:47 - “Don’t waste your energy on the wrong things and people.” 1:10:02 - Genuinely feel happiness for other people’s success and use it to motivate yourself to reach your own accomplishments RELEVANT LINKS Jenny Lorenzo Miami Heat Miami Marlins Radio Mambi Chonga Buzzfeed Jazmin Ontiveros Norberto Briceño Alex Alvarez Pero Like We Are Mitú Flama When Abuela Wants You To Eat Gente-Fied Trailer Marvin Lemus Claudia Restrepo Yessica Hernandez-Cruz Gadiel Del Orbe Curly Velasquez America Ferrera FBE The Digital Trailblazer Award NALIP Crohn's Disease ADD Anxiety Stephanie Lorenzo Laura Di Lorenzo HelloGiggles AwesomenessTV The Groundlings Theatre & School SNL Fresh off the Boat Kim’s Convenience My Big Fat Greek Wedding Fresh Prince of Bel-Air George Lopez Qué Pasa USA? PBS Archie Bunker The Jeffersons The Office Michael Scott The Get Down On My Block Cartoon Network Victor & Valentino Adventure Time Disney Nickelodeon Adult Swim Rob Paulsen Kiki Valdes Abuela Mami Coffee Diego Molano Tony Montana Churro Kings Juan Gabriel Kevin Bosch Christina Cropper Griffith Observatory Thanos Madonna WANT MORE? Follow Ellas: @ellasthepodcast Follow Me: @bren_jai Follow Jenny: @Jennizzle Watch Jenny's videos: Jenny Lorenzo Support her on Patreon Song by: Sro CC by SA
We find actor, content creator, and surprise NASCAR expert Jenny Lorenzo (@JENNIZZLES) in the vault this week as we bring you more of the carstent you crave. This time McQueen's an old man and feels the burn of age in this old circle of life. Will he rise to the occassion of taking a new recruit under his wing or burn out trying to remain a hot shot among cyborg cars designed to out-perform him? Tell us what YOU think about Cars 3 and what you think will be next in this franchise that just won't retire @ITDVPodcast on Twitter! -- SHOW INFORMATION Follow Us On Instagram Follow Us On Twitter Email: InsideTheDisneyVaultPodcast@gmail.com Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify
Join the ladies as we take on LA and chop it up with the one and only Jenny Lorenzo! From Pen 15 to the challenges in cosplaying we ask Jenny her thoughts and geek out. Then we dive into the struggles of audience building for a market that doesn’t always highlight nuances for Latinidad. Tune in! . . . . . #ladieswhobronche #podcast #podsincolor #latinx #dominican #puertorican #cuban #brunch #bronche #ladieswho #abuela #buzzfeed #mitu #jennylo #la #nyc #miami #pen15 #puberty #cosplay #disney #intuition #bruja #abuela #relationships #love #marriage #woman #mujer #gendernorms #creators #JennyLorenzo #BFF #QueEscandalo #shitspanishgirlssay #comedian #comedy #funny #lol #jokes #humor #fun #comedylife #smile #haha #comedyclub #comedia #actor #standupcomedy #hilarious
On Episode 17 of the new season on ReVolver, the crew recaps their trip to Miami where Rachel La Loca, Juan Bago and Frank represented for the LOL squad and brought home the Tecla trophy for Best Podcast Content Creators! The crew describes that moment when Latinos Out Loud was announced as the winner (SPOILER ALERT: RACHEL WAS AN EMOTIONAL MESS). There is no Miami story left untold: from the wardrobe malfunction that caused everyone to be late for the red carpet, to the play-by-play of Rachel and Juan’s acceptance speeches, to Frank snoring up a storm in the condo. Bago roasts and boasts about the nightmarish dining experiences they witnessed and Rachel tells us which old school Latino musician slapped Bago across the chest in the street. On this week’s “Bochinche Bites”, Jaime breaks down Kanye West’s epic return to Twitter, gets mildly excited about the new Fast and Furious animated series, freaks out about Lil’ Wayne’s threat to his fans, and quizzes Bago on his marathon prep. “Frankspiracy News” covers the Malaysian government cracking down on fake news and we all wonder what will happen to Frank if this starts happening in the United States. Former co-host and current West Coast Correspondent of the podcast Andrew Santiago calls in and updates us on all the things he is up to as a content creator for MiTú and comedian at UCB Sunset in La La Land. We also have exclusive on-the-scene interviews recorded live at the Tecla Awards at Hispanicize with Comedians Jenny Lorenzo, Eddie G., Hispanicize founder Manny Ruiz and the founder of the Latino Filmmakers Network, Maylen Calienes. Socials Twitter: @LocaYBago @AndrewSantiago1 @JENNIZZLES @omgitseddieg @papiblogger @Maylen_Calienes IG/FB: @WeAreLatinosOutLoud @andrewsantiago1 @JennyLorenzoFAN/ @TheEddieG @Hispanicize/ @maylen.calienes Hashtag: #Latinosoutloud See Andrew Santiago, Jenny Lorenzo and more at UCB Sunset in LA on 5/7/18. Tickets available here: https://sunset.ucbtheatre.com/performance/61564 Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/latinos-out-loud/id1330248548 Google Play Music: https://play.google.com/music/m/Injeyr4zfd5zakjknpjtroedlpm?t=Latinos_Out_Loud Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gh2GkY8t4fdFfG1SEX8Rh?si=iKpH-5kXQUuI-ir0z3oFMA iHeart Radio App: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/latinos-out-loud-28786454/
For years, Jenny Lorenzo has amassed a following with her hilarious character work and biting geek commentary on social media video platforms like Buzzfeed and Mitú. Now she is back to working for herself on her individual Jenny Lorenzo channel, concentrating on branded her signature content while expanding into several new, exciting arenas! We sit down and talk about her origins in video content, developing her popular Abuelita character, creating Latino flavored content and the hurdles of being an independent new media creator. And that's just the tip of the iceburg on this supersized episode (sorry if you listen on your lunch break!) so enjoy!Visit Jenny's site for more from our amazing guest!Subscribe to Geekscape on iTunes!Follow Jonathan on Twitter and Instagram!Join the Geekscape Forever Facebook Group!Visit Geekscape.net for more Geekscape goodness!
Rays Talk Show Episode 238: Host Ray Collazo is joined by Mi Tu's Jenny Lorenzo. Jen Lo is a YouTube star who has struck a cord with Latinos everywhere through her "Cuban Abuela" character. Lorenzo shares her journey to comedy and becoming a viral sensation. As a Cuban-American comedian, Lorenzo received a strong reaction from both sides of the debate on Fidel Castro's legacy after releasing her video responses to news of his death. Listen to how Lorenzo reflects on the entire experience of creating those videos the trolls that attacked her on social media. The "Cuban Abuela" also makes an appearance on the show. Listen to the Cuban Abuela talk about Pokemon and why Superman is muy guapo.
Howdy boys and ghouls! This week on TomSHANKSgiving we take a STAB at Hanks' directorial debut in TALES FROM THE CRYPT: None But The Lonely Heart., with special ghosts Jenny Lorenzo and George Kaplan! Follow us - @tomhankspod Hellvis Kunesh - @elviskunesh Jenny Gorenzo - @jennizzles George Kaplan 9 From Outer Space - @kraplan Theme Song by Gregg Krayouscream - @gregorjk Email- firstname.lastname@example.org splotstudios.com "I love a ghoul who gives you head, and then lets you keep it!" ----