En una demostración de unión a ultranza a las fuerzas izquierdistas que a menudo aparecen en sus reportajes portando pancartas que leen “Fuera ICE de California”, Telemundo acaba de botar la bola con una noticia en contra del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (ICE, por sus siglas en inglés).
Los esfuerzos de la administración del presidente Trump para reducir el ingreso ilegal de familias a los Estados Unidos mediante la separación sistemática de los padres y sus hijos cuando sí lo hacen, está de malas con Telemundo, la cadena hispana hermana de la NBC.
The Trump administration’s efforts to dissuade more families from illegally entering the United States by systematically separating parents from their children when they do so has run afoul of NBC’s Spanish-language sister network, Telemundo.
If you go by what you hear from liberal media outlets, especially Univision, Puerto Rico has received next to nothing in U.S. government aid since Hurricane María struck last September. For partisan political purposes, Democrat politicians like San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz are all too happy to work hand-in-glove with the liberal media in propagating this myth, as was the case during a recent round of interviews the Mayor had on Univision.
On the same day a front-page Washington Post article chronicled the nationwide collapse of the Alt Right, Telemundo played up a deceptive and dishonest report about a minuscule march of National Socialists in Newnan, Georgia. The report by the Spanish-language sister network of NBC deliberately neglected to reveal just how small the group of Neo Nazis were (The New York Times reported two dozen) as well as the fact that all six arrests made were of masked Antifa counter-protesters.
Telemundo, one of the nation’s leading Spanish-language media networks, has taken to playing into stereotypes, making it seem like there is something inherently wrong with Latinos who oppose sanctuary policies that seek to shield from federal authorities those who are unlawfully present in the country.
A fuzzy animal, faulty directions and famous murderers all outranked the latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The BLS announced on April 6, that the U.S. added 103,000 jobs in March and unemployment remained low. However, the more than 25 million combined viewers of the broadcast networks' evening shows weren’t notified that night.
Las cadenas televisivas de habla hispana con mayor audiencia en Estados Unidos, Univisión y Telemundo, siguen pagando el precio por insistir en promover políticas de inmigración irrestricta, y el consecuente declive en su teleaudiencia ha llevado a despidos y más.
In the midst of wrapping up a media tour hawking his latest book and on the heels of what he considers – because of the election of Donald Trump – the ‘worst time’ of his 35 years in the United States, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos now says he’s pining to return to Mexico.
La entrevista entre José Díaz-Balart de Telemundo y Jorge Ramos de Univisión- de cadenas noticiosas competidoras- marcó un hito para los medios de habla hispana en Estados Unidos. Pero el ambiente amistoso no impidió que Díaz-Balart le planteara una pregunta de suma importancia a Ramos.
Last week's interview between Telemundo's José Díaz-Balart and Univision's Jorge Ramos -competing anchors- was a first for our domestic Spanish-language networks. The collegial and friendly environment, however, did not stop Díaz-Balart from asking Ramos a very important question.