El Nuevo Herald is the second largest Spanish-language news outlet in the United States, covering local, national and international news for more than three decades, striving to be the most credible and dynamic source of news and information by producing journalism that makes a difference. El Nuevo Herald publishes in Spanish but also is routinely published in English in the Miami Herald. El Nuevo Herald shares a newsroom with the Miami Herald and they collaborate on a daily basis. Occasionally, the newspaper also collaborates with WLRN, an NPR affiliate that operates out of our newsroom. The newspaper’s coverage area extends well beyond the local community, reaching an audience of more than 357,000 in print and 3.9 million online. El Nuevo Herald’s digital readers stretch across South Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America.
El Nuevo Herald
Location: * South, Florida
Beat: Presidential election through a local Hispanic/Latino prism
Position: This beat takes a hard look at the presidential election through the local Hispanic/Latino lens. What are the issues of most urgency for the Spanish-speaking audience? What promises are being made by the candidates? Who is reaching out the most often and campaigning the hardest for this vote? What are Hispanic voters looking for in the next president. How does the Hispanic vote differ within the diverse community—Cubans tend to vote one way, Colombians another, for example. Why? How will Hispanics organize themselves to make sure their vote counts? What strategies are underway to get out the Latino vote? Are there issues that more prominently affect Spanish speakers? Do young Hispanics vote like their parents? What are the similarities and differences?
Skills: Spanish language, Spanish written, WritingApply →