Agenda

All sessions take place at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Day 1
23 Jun 2017
Day 2
24 Jun 2017

Welcome

Sarah Bartlett, Dean, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism | Graciela Mochkofsky, Director of Spanish-language Journalism, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

The big trends shaping Latino communities in the U.S.

The director of Hispanic research at Pew Research Center will share his projections about the future of the Latino population.
Mark Lopez
Mark Lopez

How to better serve U.S Latino audiences

Is there such a thing as a Latino audience? Is language a defining characteristic? Is it geography? Is it age? The approaches of legacy media and digital media. What the future looks like.
Shirley Velasquez
Shirley Velasquez
Juan Manuel Benítez
Juan Manuel Benítez
Juan Andrés Muñoz
Juan Andrés Muñoz
Delia Rodríguez
Delia Rodríguez

Lightning talks (on audience)

Andrea Gompf, Remezcla | Laura Weffer, Efecto Cocuyo (Venezuela) | José Simián, HOLA! U.S.A. | Julio Varela, Futuro Media Group, Latino Rebels | Carlos Dada, El Faro (El Salvador) | Kit Rachlis,...
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Sandra Lilley
Sandra Lilley
Carlos Dada
Carlos Dada
José Simián
José Simián
Laura Weffer
Laura Weffer
Kit Rachlis
Christian Leal
Christian Leal
Julio Ricardo Varela (Julito)
Julio Ricardo Varela
Andrea Gompf
Andrea Gompf

Reaching the larger Spanish-speaking world

The challenges of internationalization: localization, partnerships, translation vs adaptation, hiring and more. What happens when big media companies in the U.S. try to capture a complex Spanish-language universe.
Jodi Rudoren
Jodi Rudoren
Scott Lamb
Scott Lamb
Joshua Benton
Joshua Benton
Borja Echeverria
Borja Echevarría

Lightning talks (on business)

Celeste LaCompte, business development, ProPublica | Ignacio Escolar, eldiario.es | Juanita León, La Silla Vacía (Colombia) | Daniel Moreno, Animal Político (Mexico) | Patricio Fernández, The Clinic (Chile) | Elaine Díaz, Periodismo...
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César Batiz
César Batiz
Celeste LeCompte
Patricio Fernández Chadwick
Patricio Fernández
Daniel Moreno
Daniel Moreno
Elaine Díaz Rodríguez
Elaine Díaz Rodríguez
Juanita León
Juanita León
Ignacio Escolar
Ignacio Escolar

Latino innovation in 360 video and photography

Almudena Toral, Univisión, on covering stories with video 360  | David González, NYTimes Lens, on the best Latino and Latin American photography
Almudena Toral
Almudena Toral
David González
David González

Illustration in journalism as political art

The Cuban-American artist will explain how a series of drawings on terrorism he was working on developed into the most radical visual commentary on President Trump.
Edel Rodriguez
Edel Rodriguez

Reaching your audience with fast, performant sites

Yesenia Perez Cruz, Design director, Vox Media
Yesenia Perez-Cruz
Yesenia Perez-Cruz

Latino voices in the newsroom

Perspectives on Latino representation (or the lack of it) in newsrooms across America, and the stereotyping of Latinos in news stories. Leadership, management, organizational change.
Lori Montenegro
Lori Montenegro
Stacy Marie Ishmael
Stacy-Marie Ishmael
Eileen Truax
Eileen Truax
Carolina Moreno
Carolina Moreno

Lightning talks (on collaboration and distribution)

Marcela Turati, El Quinto Elemento Lab (Mexico) | Juan Pablo Meneses, JSF Stanford fellow, LatAm freelance census | Carlos Manuel Alvarez Rodríguez, El Estomudo (Cuba) | Ana Ormaetxea, Cuonda (Spain) |...
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Juan Diego Restrepo
Juan Diego Restrepo
Martin Pallares
Martín Pallares
Juan Pablo Meneses
Juan Pablo Meneses
Romina Mella
Romina Mella
Carlos Manuel Álvarez
Carlos Manuel Alvarez Rodríguez
Ana Ormaechea
Ana Ormaechea
Marcela Turatic
Marcela Turati

Covering the US/Mexico Border today

Angela Kocherga, Border bureau chief, KHOU 11 News
Angela Kocherga
Angela Kocherga

The Latino Problem in Sports Journalism

Randal C. Archibold, Deputy Sports Editor, The New York Times, U.S.
Randal C. Archibold
Randal C. Archibold

Challenges in Spanish-language and bilingual investigative reporting

A discussion about the opportunity and potential for impact of bilingual, high-quality investigative journalism serving Latino communities in the U.S. A call for action.
Lindsay Green-Barber
Lindsay Green-Barber
Marina Walker Guevara
Marina Walker
John Carlos Frey
John Carlos Frey
Giannina Segnini

Looking ahead: towards a stronger Latino media ecosystem

Summary of concerns, common problems, common opportunities as gathered from participants during the summit with Miguel Paz, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

What do you want us to do next?

We ask the industry and listen, with Graciela Mochkofsky, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism