(Español) Tatiana Molinar, nos alerta sobre los peligros de las reuniones familiares en estas fiestas navideñas y la importancia de que todos nos vacunemos para derrotar el coronavirus.
Organizing for Radio Bilingüe began in 1975 by farmworkers, artists, teachers and students for a single community radio station KSJV-FM for the San Joaquin Valley. Today Radio Bilingüe is the leading Latino public radio network and content producer in U.S. public radio.
National Endowment for the Arts Announces 2020 Recipients of Nation’s Highest Honor in the Folk and Traditional Arts
As part of the National Endowment for the Arts’ work to support and celebrate our nation’s rich traditional arts heritage, the agency is announcing the 2020 recipients of its National Heritage Fellowships.
Radio Bilingüe Premieres “Boletín Urgente de Noticiero Latino,” a New Service to Cover the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Latinos
The premiere editions of “Boletín Urgente” will feature Covid-19 patients or survivors who had to struggle to get tested because their symptoms were not those commonly designated in the official guidelines; the new coronavirus hotspots impacting thousands of essential workers; and the uphill struggle of Latino small business owners to get critically needed disaster loans.
Radio Bilingüe Airs New Series with a Focus on the Gentrification Hitting Neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area
Radio Bilingue is launching a new radio series to shed light on the forces that are driving thousands of Latino and Black working and middle class families to leave their homes and neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Radio Bilingüe’s news reporter, Mariana Pineda, won a Golden Mike Award for “Best News Reporting” on the radio category during the 69th Annual Golden Mike Awards gala dinner of non-profit Radio and Television News Association from Southern California on Saturday.
(Español) Radio Bilingüe’s Línea Abierta will expand its coverage and analysis of the 2018 midterm election with special live programs on Election Day as well as on the eve and the day after.
Radio Bilingüe Hosts Town Hall in Sanger on Pressing Issues in the Valadao vs. Cox Race to Represent CD 21 in the US Congress
This district, which includes areas of Fresno County, Kings County, Tulare County and Kern County, is one of the poorest in the nation, is majority Latino and a major battleground in the fight for the US Congress.
Radio Bilingüe to Broadcast Critical 2018 Candidates Forums – Continuing Latino Voter Engagement News Tradition
These special Elections 2018 broadcasts will air on all Radio Bilingüe stations in California including three full-power stations in the San Joaquin Valley
Radio Bilingüe is convening a town hall in Sanger with residents of CD 21, a district with Latino supermajority and a major battleground in the fight for the US Congress.