Telemundo recently aired an exclusive interview with former HUD Secretary Julián Castro, which inadvertently exposed the failure of the six-years-and-running effort to make Castro into a thing. The interview also revealed the role of our domestic Spanish-language media in that failure.



If you were to believe Univision News, you’d be convinced that Latino immigrants come to the United States only to suffer. Forget about historic economic prosperity, or unprecedented unemployment levels for the nation's largest ethnic minority. The network’s anchors will always find an excuse to inject the “anti-immigrant” tag into their reporting - even within a story about a pro-immigrant government program.



En su cobertura previo a la audiencia ante el Tribunal Supremo de los Estados Unidos respecto a la constitucionalidad del programa de Acción Diferida (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés), Univisión ocultó a sus televidentes, de manera intencional, una porción del tuit del presidente Donald Trump que expresaba su disposición a concretar un acuerdo con los demócratas. 



A un año de las elecciones generales de 2020, Noticias Telemundo comisionó, al igual que su rival Univisión, una encuesta exclusiva de votantes latinos. Durante su informe sobre los resultados de la misma, la cadena aprovechó para abogar por sus aspirantes presidenciales demócratas 2020 favoritos, concluyendo que "la mayoría de los hispanos votará por sacar a Trump de la Casa Blanca", según Telemundo.com, e indicando que solo uno de cada cuatro latinos votará por Trump.



In its coverage of DACA arguments before the United States Supreme Court Univision, the nation’s leading Spanish-language network, willfully concealed a portion of President Trump’s tweet that expressed willingness to make a deal.



Telemundo News conducted, as did rival Univision, an “exclusive” poll of Latino voters with the 2020 general election less than a year away. The network engaged in advocating for their favorite Democrat 2020 presidential hopefuls and concluding that “most Hispanics will vote to drive Trump out of the White House”, per Telemundo.com’s report on the poll which also “uncovered” that only one out of four Latinos will vote for Trump.



Trump Derangement Syndrome has long been a real thing at Univision, as exemplified by this report on the slashing of what now appears to be a cherished #Resistance icon: the Baby Trump balloon.



Univisión, la principal cadena de noticias en español de la nación, comenzó su cuenta regresiva a un año de las elecciones generales de 2020 con un informe sobre una nueva encuesta que coloca a los tres principales aspirantes presidenciales demócratas por delante del presidente Donald Trump.



The nation’s top Spanish-language news network, Univision, began its one-year countdown to the 2020 general election by heralding the results of a new poll placing the top three Democrat presidential hopefuls ahead of president Donald Trump. Check out the full post as Ramos frames correspondent Blanca Rosa Vílchez’s report by “talking politics” as befits the liberal agenda, in an obvious attempt to garner sympathy to his cause from Latino audiences.



Hace tres años, durante las elecciones presidenciales de 2016, ABC descartó transmitir un primicia sobre el pedófilo convicto Jeffrey Epstein y su red de alianzas con hombres poderosos, incluyendo a Bill Clinton. Esa es la explosiva noticia del periodista investigativo James O'Keefe. En un video filtrado a O'Keefe, la copresentadora Amy Robach, del programa 20/20, se puede escuchar lamentando airadamente el hecho de que ABC desechó la historia.



Telemundo lamentó la salida del cuasi latino Beto O'Rourke de las primarias presidenciales demócratas de 2020 dado que era, según el presentador de Telemundo José Díaz-Balart, "el candidato que más y mejor habla el español" y uno de los candidatos “que más contacto mantenía con la comunidad latina".



Telemundo could not help but mourn wannabe Latino Beto O'Rourke’s exit from the 2020 Democratic presidential primary given that he was, according to Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart, “the candidate that speaks the most and best Spanish” and “one of the candidates who was most in touch with the Latino community”.