On November 16, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists will present the first edition of the awards for Voces del Periodismo. The award ceremony will take place at the Wolfe Theater Lobby at FIU BBC Campus. Winners will be picked from three categories of journalism: photo, audiovisual, and written.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists will present the first edition of the awards for Voces del Periodismo. Students from all universities of South Florida can participate in the competition. Submissions can include photo reports, audiovisual report, and written reports. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 9 and an awards ceremony will be held Nov.
In light of the murder of Washington Post opinion writer Jamal Khashoggi, I remember how fortunate I am to be living in a country that has freedom of the press in its constitution. The United States has had its fair share of problems when it comes to the government, the people and the press. Four
In the second installment of South Florida Access, Camila Insuasti speaks with Stefi Chacon from "El Zol" 106.7 Miami’s #1 Latin variety radio station. Chacon is a Latin radio personality, host and producer that has inspired many Latin women in the community. Chacon tells her story about her start in the entertainment industry and why
About two dozen people – including FIU students, FIU professors, and professionals – gathered at the Biscayne Bay Campus last week to participate in a workshop focused on covering the midterm elections. The bilingual training on Oct. 12 was hosted by the Florida Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalist as part of
The SoFlo Scoop : Hot weather to damage Miami resident’s mental-health; XXXTentacion wins AMA’s award; Ft Lauderdale City manager fired.
Good Afternoon South Florida! today is Sunday Oct. 14. It looks like there’s going to be clouds covering Miami Dade County. Kendall will encounter a high of 89 and a low of 79. On the other hand, Miami Beach will experience a high of 87 and a low of 80. Lastly, Homestead will get
On Friday, Oct. 12, the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the Google News Initiative will host a training session on covering elections at FIU’s Biscayne Bay Campus in Academic Center II, room 115. The event is free and have to different training sessions: The English session is from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. followed
Michael Lavers, a reporter for the Washington Blade, shared his experiences covering the Latin American LGBTQ community at a panel discussion held at Miami-Dade College's downtown campus earliest this month. The event was part of Celebrate ORGULLO, a pride festival that occurs during Hispanic Heritage Month. According to organizers, Celebrate ORGULLO has
A red tide has forced the closure of beaches north of Haulover Inlet, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez said in a statement Thursday morning. Red tide confirmed in @MiamiDadeCounty. In abundance of caution, public beaches north of Haulover Inlet are closed until further notice. Statement to follow. — MiamiDade
The inaugural episode of South Florida Access features two MTV Video Music Award winning musicians from the Seminole Tribe of Florida: Spencer and Doc Battiest. The brothers discuss their start in music with host Jay Valle as well working with Taboo, a member of the Black Eyed Peas. Taboo worked with seven indigenous artists on “Stand Up/