Bilingual, Bicultural and Multiformat Collaborations to Enrich Immigration Coverage

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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In this engaging session, learn how collaborating across newsrooms, formats, countries and languages can help news organizations tell more accurate, nuanced stories about why people migrate, labor economics, the impacts of U.S. policy in migrant source countries and the realities of seeking asylum.

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone seeking a more complex understanding of immigration news
  • Newsrooms interested in building cross-border and multilingual collaborations
  • Journalists who would like to gather new sources and reach broader audiences

Speakers

Ronny Rojas
Investigative Reporter, Centro Latinoamericano de Investigación Periodística
Almudena Toral
Head of Enterprise Video, Univision News Digital
Rachel Glickhouse
Partner Manager, Documenting Hate, ProPublica
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