Reporters Take a Look at Working the Latino Beat

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Immigration protests across the United States surprised much of the mainstream press, and spurred discussion in newsrooms about how to cover Hispanic life in America. In a live broadcast from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., reporters discuss the Latino beat — and how newsrooms can cover it better.


Macarena Hernandez, opinion columnist for The Dallas Morning News

Raul Ramirez, news and public affairs director for member station KQED in San Francisco

Maria Elena Salinas, Emmy-award winning anchor of the TV show Noticiero Univision; syndicated columnist for King Features; author of the book I Am My Father's Daughter: Living a Life Without Secrets



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