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200 Years of Latino Media

New America Now Radio, Audio, Juan Gonzales and Felix Gutierrez & Sandip Roy Posted: Dec 08, 2008

Editor's Note: Latino media is celebrating its bicentennial. Juan Gonzales and Felix Gutierrez discuss 200 years of Latino media.The story begins on September 7, 1808, with founding of El Misisipi in New Orleans. It was the first newspaper by and for Spanish-speaking people in the U.S. El Misisipi set the stage for the thousands of publications, broadcast, and Internet news outlets currently serving Latinos.



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