Ft. Lauderdale Remote: Media Responsibility

GUESTS: Andy Kohut Director, Pew Research Center for People and the Press Barry Cooper GM and founder, Black Voices (black web site on AOL) Angelo Figueroa Managing Editor, People en Espaqol Matti Leshem Editor in Chief, WYHS, Channel 69 in Miami, FL Helen Aguirre Ferrer Editorial page editor, El Diario Las Americas Everyday millions of Americans read newspapers, listen to the radio and watch hourly news programs to hear about the top stories of the day. But residents rely on local reporters to the cover the hot issues in their hometowns. Are the local media reflecting changing demographics within their communities? Join Ray Suarez and guests in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for a look at the role of reporters and their responsibility as journalists.

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