Storytelling in Spanish: “DACAmentation” and Getting Young Latinx Voices Online and On Air

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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Go under the hood and learn from the “DACAmentation” collaborators at NEIU and Spanish Public Radio about the challenges faced in projects reaching out to a young Latinx audiences, including language mix, social media platform choice and how to engender both Latinx reporters and consumers.

This session is designed for:

  • Newsroom leaders who would like to better recruit Latinx journalists
  • Publishers looking to expand their content to attract new readers and viewers
  • Anyone who would like to better understand young, Latinx America

Speakers

Edie Rubinowitz
Associate Professor, Northeastern Illinois University
Fernando Moreno
Chief Operations Officer, Spanish Public Radio
Catherine Perez
Information Technology Recruiter, Prestige Staffing
Monzerrath Gaytan
College and Career Coach, NEIU
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