The Evening News en Espanol

Salinas, Maria Elena
June 2001
Nieman Reports;Summer2001, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p32
Presents an article about the experiences of a female Hispanic American news anchor in working for Univision, a Spanish-language television (TV) network. Background on KMEX-TV, a TV station owned and operated by Univision in Los Angeles, California; Responsibility of Hispanic broadcasters to the Hispanic American community; Challenges in catering to a Spanish-speaking audience.


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