By Jorge Bonilla | April 23, 2017 | 10:40 PM EDT

Una vez más, Telemundo confla la inmigración legal con la ilegal, y se presta para tachar de "antiinmigrante" a cualquiera que se atreva a defender el cumplimiento de las leyes migratorias de este país. Esta vez, la cadena lo hizo con Bill O'Reilly a su salida de la cadena Fox News.

By Jorge Bonilla | April 20, 2017 | 5:33 PM EDT

Once again Telemundo conflates legal immigration with illegal immigration, and levels the seemingly all-purpose 'anti-immigrant' smear at anyone who dares advocate for the enforcement of federal immigration laws. This time, the network did so by kicking Bill O'Reilly on his way out of Fox News.

By MRC Latino Staff | January 19, 2017 | 9:48 AM EST

Debería reconocerse que hay una diferencia sustancial y notoria entre alguien que se opone a la inmigración -- una persona a quien de manera concebible y legítima podría clasificarse de "antiinmigrante" --y alguien que es partidario de la inmigración legal al país pero se opone a la inmigración ilegal, a quien claramente no se aplica la etiqueta amplia de "antiinmigrante" y que hacerlo constituye, en efecto, una difamación crudamente errónea.

By Jorge Bonilla | December 21, 2016 | 8:00 AM EST

From time to time, reports come out that are so counternarrative that they merit an extended look. Just such a story caught our attention on a recent edition of Noticiero Telemundo. It was shocking to see a gun ownership story that featured no link to a domestic gun control agena item, that didn't blame Mexico's cartel violence on the Second Amendment, or went without blaming the "very powerful " NRA for yet another failed infringement on our right to keep and bear arms.

By Jorge Bonilla | December 21, 2016 | 2:00 AM EST

De vez en cuando, se presentan reportes que van tan en contra de la narrativa convencional que ameritan mayor análisis. Tal informe nos llega cortesía de la edición del martes pasado del Noticiero Telemundo.

By Jorge Bonilla | December 20, 2016 | 4:25 PM EST

La pregunta sopesa sobre nuestros medios domésticos de prensa hispana: "¿Por qué votaron los hispanos por Donald Trump?" Mientras se acerca la inauguración del 45to. presidente de los Estados Unidos, nuestras dos cadenas principales tomaron rutas divergentes en pos de afrontar la pregunta.

By Jorge Bonilla | November 1, 2016 | 10:02 AM EDT

Uno de los tipos de sesgo mediático más insidiosos ocurre cuando el presentador de noticias -también conocido como ancla- enmarca una noticia neutral de manera viciada. El ejemplo más reciente de esto nos llega a través de la cobertura que Telemundo brindó a la reapertura de la pesquisa del escándalo de los emails de Hillary Clinton por el FBI.

By Jorge Bonilla | September 20, 2016 | 10:27 PM EDT

Cortesía del Noticiero Telemundo nos llega uno de los ejemplos más extraños y desfachatados de cobertura noticiosa viciada que verán.

By Jorge Bonilla | September 20, 2016 | 8:30 AM EDT

From a recent Noticiero Telemundo newscast, this is one of the stranger (and more grossly blatant) examples of media bias that you'll find. Here is how anchor María Celeste Arrarás introduced a story on how 1 out 4 Americans refuse to stop working while sick:

By Jorge Bonilla | September 14, 2016 | 2:07 AM EDT

One would think that a story in which a Hispanic South Florida congressional candidate is caught on tape saying crude, sexual things about his own party's presidential candidate - the first female major-party nominee in our nation's history - would garner top billing on our major domestic Spanish-language newscasts...which are, after all, based in Miami. And yet here we are again, talking about the biases of omission at Univision and Telemundo.

By Jorge Bonilla | September 13, 2016 | 5:14 PM EDT

As expected, the top domestic Spanish-language network newscasts each led with reporting on Hillary Clinton's medical incident while at Sunday's 9/11 commemoration ceremony. However, coverage of the same was divergent in scope and framing. One network echoed the rest of the establishment media's coverage of the story, while the other kept focus on the very aspect that the others tried to bury.

By Jorge Bonilla | September 13, 2016 | 8:50 AM EDT

The classic definition of the term "gaffe" as established by liberal pundit Michael Kinsley is "when a politician accidentally tells the truth". On Sunday's edition of Enfoque, we witnessed a staggering variant of such an accidental truth, which may even warrant its own separate name and definition.