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Journalist Maria Hinojosa, host and managing editor of the NPR program Latino USA.
Natalie Van Hoozer

Escuche y lea la entrevista completa con Maria Hinojosa en español. 

As the anchor and managing editor of the NPR program Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa is considered to be someone at the forefront of reporting by and for people of color, with the show regularly including reporting in Spanish.

Our bilingual reporter Natalie Van Hoozer interviewed Hinojosa in Spanish about the state of bilingual reporting in the U.S. and its challenges, then sat down with our News Director Michelle Billman to recap their conversation.

Periodista Maria Hinojosa del programa Latino USA de NPR.
Natalie Van Hoozer

Listen to and read this story in English. 

Nuestra reportera Natalie Van Hoozer entrevistó a Maria Hinojosa, la presentadora y la editora de Latino USA, un programa de noticias de NPR. Conversaron sobre el periodismo bilingüe en los Estados Unidos.

La Importancia de Los Programas Bilingües En las Artes

Oct 23, 2017
Reena Gupta

 Hace más​ ​de​ ​dos​ ​décadas​ ​que​ ​​Artown ​existe​ ​en​ ​nuestra​ ​comunidad,​ ​pero​ ​este​ ​es​ ​el primer​ ​año​ ​que​ ​ofrece​ ​programas​ ​en​ ​español.​ ​La​ ​reportera​ ​de​ ​KUNR,​ ​Stephanie​ ​Serrano, explora​ ​dicho​ ​contenido​ ​y​ ​algunos​ ​de​ ​los​ ​retos​ ​a​ ​los​ ​que​ ​el​ ​festival​ ​y​ ​los​ ​artistas​ ​locales​ ​se enfrentan​ ​para​ ​atraer​ ​a​ ​la​ ​comunidad​ ​Latina.

Sarah​ ​Pérez​ ​es​ ​instructora​ ​de​ ​baile​ ​y​ ​les​ ​enseña​ ​a​ ​unos​ ​niños​ ​el​ ​tradicional​ ​baile​ ​hispano llamado​ ​folklórico.

Interview: Young Latinos Look To Widen Media Reach

Oct 26, 2015
Julia Ritchey

  As Latinos make up an increasingly larger share of eligible voters in Nevada, organizations like Voto Latino are trying to boost their participation.

About 20 University of Nevada, Reno students just attended a Voto Latino conference in Stanford aimed at empowering Latino millennials to make their voices heard at the ballot box. Reno Public Radio's Julia Ritchey talked with UNR student Diego Zarazua about what he learned.