We Speak Your Language: How Bilingual Journalism Is Practiced In The American West
This podcast, We Speak Your Language: How Bilingual Journalism Is Practiced In The American West, was presented at the University of Nevada, Reno, Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 20, 2018.
The podcast encapsulates my year-long thesis research about the landscape of bilingual Spanish-English media and reporting in the United States. I traveled to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin, Texas, to talk to bilingual reporters about their reporting methods and how they perceive their work.
Published by Reno Public Radio.
Nevada’s Old Mines: Abandoned But Not Forgotten
August 8, 2017
Published by Noticiero Móvil.
Counting heads: How caucus precinct chairs are trained
February 19, 2016
The caucuses are fast approaching; the Democratic caucus in Nevada is Saturday, Feb. 20 and the Republicans caucus is on Tuesday, Feb. 23.
If you happened to follow the Iowa caucus earlier this month, you may have read about people questioning the legitimacy of precinct chairs, who, by the way, are volunteers.
This audio story takes us to caucus trainings in Reno to see how volunteers with each party are preparing.
View directly on SoundCloud here.