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.
*AMLO-Trump Summit Sparks Fiery Debate Among Mexicans
*Rapid Resurgence of Coronavirus Causes Alarm in Sun Belt States
*Radio Bilingüe Celebrates 40 Years of Trailblazing in US Public Radio
Radio Bilingüe Celebrates 40 Years of Trailblazing in US Public Radio – On July 4th, Radio Bilingüe celebrated 40 years on air. Over four decades, this pioneering organization has evolved from a community station into a national network of Latino-owned radio stations.Download
*The latest on the coronavirus.
*California Jail Becomes a COVID-19 Hot Spot
*New Mexico Native Peoples Celebrate the Removal of Statues of Spanish Conquistador
*Military Commanders in Line of Fire Over Missing Soldier
*Historic Ruling Guarantees Civil Rights for LGBTQ Workers
*Union Sues to Protect Mexican Braceros from Coronavirus
*Supreme Court Rules DACA Must Continue.
*Colorado Dreamers Breathe Sigh of Relief and Celebrate Victory.
*Historic Trial of Salvadoran Commander Involved in Jesuit Massacre.
*Voting By Mail Debate Heats Up
*Texas has Among Lowest Census Response Rates
*Seattle Police Budget Proposed to be Cut by Half
*Conduct of Anti-Riot Police Intensifies Calls for Police Reform
*Dolores Huerta Lends Support to Activists Protesting Racism and Police Brutality
*Dreamer Activist Released after Controversial Arrest in Phoenix Protests
*Warnings of “Humanitarian Crisis” on the Border
*Salvadoran Mother Retrieves her Daughters from Immigration Authorities
*A Community Radio Voice in Honduras Takes on Coronavirus and Corruption
Honduras is one of the poorest and most violent countries in Central America, and thousands have left in caravans seeking refuge in the United States.Download
Meet the Reporters
Radio Bilingüe Reporters
Edición Semanaria is a production team of reporters from Radio Bilingüe Noticiero Latino.