Friday, June 14, 2024

Tag: WLRN

Spanish-speaking South Florida left vulnerable in media landscape

South Florida is one of the world's largest cultural and media capitals. Yet, with all the content pumped out of the region, it leaves...

La Florida ya no es un estado de sorpresas, dice vicepresidente...

Florida es el tercer estado, después de California y Texas, con mayor cantidad de votos electorales. Por lo tanto, es vital para los candidatos...

Is Miami a crazy place? It’s complicated, a panel of young...

The audience laughed as four South Florida locals lined up the Miami Book Fair stage, two of them wearing croqueta costumes to set a...

Carlos Frias: from sports writer to radio host

Carlos Frias was reading his school's newspaper, “The Independent Florida Alligator,” when a particular column stood out to him: a “Where are they Now”...

South Florida newspapers face existential danger

Some local newspapers in South Florida are in danger not only because the companies that own them have laid off employees, substantially cut salaries...