Noticiero Latino

Noticiero Latino is the first—and only—national Spanish news program in public broadcasting.  Produced by Radio Bilingüe since 1985, each weekday Noticiero Latino broadcasts a five-minute newscast of reports filed by seasoned Latino producers and reporters based around the nation.  The service brings Latino events and concerns to the headlines, from the largest Latino metropolises to small town Spanish-speaking U.S.A.  Noticiero Latino’s coverage of immigration, politics and elections, the environment, Latino accomplishments, civil rights, education, health, and more has been recognized with numerous honors, including the 2010 Best Radio Story Journalism Award of the California Chicano News Media Association.  Currently carried by 75 stations in the U.S. and 10 in Mexico, Noticiero Latino is available free to stations via satellite, content depot and radiobilingue.org.

(Español) Se reúne Obama con líderes de fe para impulsar reforma migratoria

Tuesday April 15th, 2014

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(Español) A referendo alimentos genéticamente modificados

Tuesday April 15th, 2014

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(Español) Menos empresas ofrecen planes médicos para trabajadores retirados

Monday April 14th, 2014

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(Español) Busca la Casa Blanca reducir brecha salarial para hispanas

Monday April 14th, 2014

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(Español) Miles presencian el Sexto Desfile de Orgullo Gay en Miami Beach

Monday April 14th, 2014

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