Based in Los Angeles, Gabriel Reyes is considered one of the pioneers of Hispanic marketing in the Entertainment Industry. He won the Digital Campaign of the Year Award from the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA) as well as a Prism Award from PRSA for Outstanding Multicultural Campaigns for ABC’s “Ugly Betty” and “George Lopez.” He also won several MarCom Awards for creative excellence in communications. Reyes has been featured on CNN’s Latino in America and was named one of the “50 Most Powerful Latinos in Hollywood” by The Hollywood Reporter. He was also named one of The “100 Most Influential Latinos” by Hispanic Business Magazine.
Reyes is President and Founder of Reyes Entertainment, one of the premier marketing and public relations firms focused on the bilingual media markets. Reyes Entertainment works with Hollywood studios, networks, and celebrities, promoting major film releases, TV and OTT series, celebrities, special events, and corporate communications. Reyes was instrumental in creating the Los Angeles International Latino Film Festival (LALIFF) and served as Managing and PR Director for the New York Latino International Film Festival (NYLIFF).
Reyes Entertain’s roster of past and present clients include Disney-ABC TV Group, CBS Daytime, Nerium International, Charo, Coca-Cola, PBS Networks, Warner Bros. Pictures, and WWE, among others. Also, Reyes was a Guest Lecturer at The University of Texas at Austin, teaching Integrated Communications in Latino Entertainment.