Edición Semanaria is a weekly 14-minute Spanish-language news magazine, on air since 1993 and the only of its kind in the nation. Vibrant three- to five-minute features explore top stories of the week, human interest and arts from communities around the U.S. Listeners may hear a feature from our “Raices” series on traditional and new interpretations of folk arts of the Americas; from our “Emerging Landscapes” series on Native American – Latino environmental connections; an investigation from our Immigration Desk, a hands-on look at how to navigate the new health law, and profiles of Latino legends and everyday heros. Carried by 50 stations coast to coast, Edición Semanaria is available free to stations via satellite, Content Depot and radiobilingue.org.
*Mueller Report Fuels Electoral Debate
*Proposed Legislation Would Help Inmates Attend College
*Migrants Receive Medical Care in a Crowded Shelter in Tijuana
*Trump Toughening Immigration Stance for Electoral Reasons: Critics
*Bill Proposed to Stop Abuses by Border Agents
*Volunteers Provide Emotional Support for Migrant Children at Shelters in Arizona
*New Book Reveals FBI’s Secret War Against César Chávez.
*Uninsured and Undocumented, Patient Faces Uncertain Future.
*Young Dreamer Changes his Life by Motivating Young Voters.
*After Mueller Report, Investigations Continue
*New Controls Sought for Facial Recognition Technologies
*Bribes at Top Colleges Raise Questions about Admissions System
*California Suspends Death Penalty
*More Funds for Decaying Education System Discussed in Texas
*Medicaid-for-All Gets Hearings in Congress
*In a Major Rebuke to Trump, US Senate Rejects Border Emergency
*California Seeks to Reduce Police Shootings
*Farmers Asked to Report Slavery in the Fields
*Investments Proposed in Asthma Prevention Services
*Guatemala Debates Legislation to Pardon Members of the Military Implicated in Atrocities
*Prison System Reforms for Women Urged at Civil Rights Commission
*Fate of Texas Secretary of State in the Hands of Democratic Lawmakers
*“Roma” Wins Academy Awards, Shining a Spotlight on Domestic Workers
*Supreme Court Weighs Citizenship Question on 2020 Census
*Pioneering Alternative School in California Helps Young Refugees to Graduate
*Master Canoeists Build Boats to Celebrate the Historic Occupation of Alcatraz
At the request of the Trump administration, the U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to decide on the legality of including a question about citizenship in the 2020 census. A federal judge blocked the question, dismissing it as “arbitrary and capricious.”Download
Meet the Reporters
Radio Bilingüe Reporters
Edición Semanaria is a production team of reporters from Radio Bilingüe Noticiero Latino.