¿Cuándo es una crisis una crisis? Por lo que advierten quienes sintonizan a Telemundo, la cadena hermana de NBC para el mercado hispano en Estados Unidos, todo depende de quién lo dice: Si el grito proviene de los aliados de los medios liberales y activistas, se considera un "te lo dije". Pero si la palabra 'crisis' viene de la boca del presidente Trump, es "imposible”.
So, when is a crisis a crisis? From what viewers see on Telemundo, NBC’s sister network for the U.S. Hispanic market, it all depends on who says so: if the cry comes from liberal media allies and activists, it’s “I told you so.” But should the word ‘crisis’ come from the mouth of President Trump, it’s “no way, José.”
As MRC Latino has documented since its inception in 2014, some of the worst liberal bias in television news coverage of American politics airs on Telemundo and Univision. However, as MRC Latino has also pointed out over the years, both networks have also consistently stood out in covering chaotic developments in Venezuela, where the government of dictator Nicolás Maduro is now teetering on the brink of collapse.
En otra evidente señal de que simplemente no toleran más logros positivos de Trump en la economía, los principales noticiarios nocturnos nacionales en Univisión, Telemundo y CNN en Español, dejaron fuera de sus reportes la tercer baja alcanzada bajo el gobierno de Trump en el desempleo hispano, que cayó a 4,4% en diciembre de 2018.
In yet another telltale sign that they just can’t take any more Trump era “winning” on the economy, the principal national evening news programs of Univision, Telemundo and CNN en Español all neglected to inform their viewers that Hispanic-American unemployment hit its third record low achieved under the Trump administration, falling to 4.4% in December, 2018.
Chicagoland Congressman Luis Gutiérrez has been a regular staple of Spanish-language TV news shows for three decades, but that era is about to come to a close as his retirement approaches. As the Spanish-language newscasts scramble to find their next congressional bombthrower, we at MRC Latino want to give Gutiérrez a proper send-off.
Una señal segura del Síndrome de Locura por Trump sale a la luz cuando los medios de comunicación no pueden dejar pasar una expresión ingeniosa y humorística del presidente sin criticarle o darle un giro negativo.
Another sure-fire sign of Trump Derangement Syndrome is when media outlets cannot even let a clever, humorous expression by the President go by without somehow finding a way to badmouth it or cast it in a negative light.
As if it was the most important news of all, Telemundo dedicated three slots of a recent edition of its national evening news - adding up to nine minutes - to promote an exclusive half-hour interview with Emma Coronel, the wife of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, the leader of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel who is currently on trial in a New York federal court.
Cuando escuche a los presentadores y corresponsales de las noticias usar el término 'antiinmigrante' a diestra y siniestra en sus reseñas, debe entender que probablemente están reportando las noticias de manera deshonesta.
When you hear television anchors and correspondents bandy about the label “anti-immigrant” in their reporting, that’s a telltale sign you are probably hearing brazenly dishonest news.
The mandatory machine recount in Florida wrapped up Thursday to the joy of Congressman Ron DeSantis as he unofficially became governor-elect. DeSantis won by 0.4 percent over Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum. In spite of these facts, broadcast networks ABC and NBC, along with Spanish-language networks Telemundo and Univision, all refused to report DeSantis’s victory during their evening news programs.