Roy’s Media Matters: Spanish language media have obligation
The power and influence of Spanish-language media is undeniable. According to Forbes Magazine, Spanish-language media in the U.S. continues to boom with a broadcast market that has grown from about 200 television stations six years ago to more than 350 today. Spanish language print circulation has been growing steadily in the last several decades from about 140,000 in the 1970s to well over 2 million today.
To read El Paso columnist Roy Ortega’s opinion piece on why Spanish-language media should strongly advocate that their audiences learn to speak English fluently click here.