NBC's Chuck Todd discusses how Florida may be used as a model for the rest of the country to show how changes in demographics, particular an influx of Hispanic voters in key counties, affected the outcome of the election. (TODAY)
For Hispanic heritage month, Hoda is joined by Jack Rico, editor-in-chief of showbizcafe.com, who quizzes viewers on Hispanic celebrities who have taken over primetime television and the pop charts. (TODAY)
Spanish-language media companies are launching a major get out the vote campaign. Msnbc's Alex Witt talks with Telemundo's Juan Jose Gutierrez, and political experts Maria Teresa Kumar and Jose Diaz-Balart.
Making a Difference: Michigan's first Hispanic superintendant of schools--once a dropout himself--has learned to take the problems of his Hispanic students seriously. His efforts are paying off. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports. (Nightly News)