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The State of Spanish-Language News in Houston

A few weeks back, Spanish language newspaper Rumbo closed up shop here in Houston, publishing its last issue. Still, there are nearly two dozen Spanish language media outlets in Houston. It’s not just a Univision and Telemundo world anymore. But aside from the language itself, is the news that’s reported in Spanish different from the […]

A few weeks back, Spanish language newspaper Rumbo closed up shop here in Houston, publishing its last issue. Still, there are nearly two dozen Spanish language media outlets in Houston. It’s not just a Univision and Telemundo world anymore.

But aside from the language itself, is the news that’s reported in Spanish different from the news we see, hear, and read in English?

We talk it over with Aurora Losada, editor of the Spanish-language bi-weekly newspaper La Voz de Houston, and Telemundo anchor Martin Berlanga.

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