Latino/Spanish Language Media in the U.S is a textbook that gives readers an understanding of the ways Spanish language media operates in the United States. It covers the major differences between Spanish language and traditional domestic media, as well as the similarities to English language news.
Based on author Katie Coronado’s professional experience, and experience teaching Spanish language news in the classroom, this text covers bilingual reporters working in English language stations and how to pitch topics, as well as avoid biases toward topics related to Latin-American areas of interest. It shows how covering news in markets like southern Florida differs from markets like New York or Texas.
With Spanish language news and media a hugely growing trend in the US, this book will cover the gap in teaching readers how to navigate the market and have successful careers in Spanish language news.
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