Delivering the News in Two Languages

Lewis, Seth
March 2006
Nieman Reports;Spring2006, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p88
The article focuses on the practice of bilingual journalism, particularly in Spain's newspaper industry. It has never been easier to do dual-language journalism in Spain, and this approach appears to be failing. It might be that readers do not really want their news delivered in this way, even as technology and cultural forces pave the way for language-mixing journalism. Dual-language journalism in the country is marked by its politics and peculiarity.


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