Hi, I am Miguelangel Pinero and I have the responsibility to communicate to our members and our affiliates a situation we recently encountered in our organization Hispanic Communicators DFW. Unfortunately, our colleague and friend Samuel Belilty had to step down from the presidency due to personal reasons. I was already one of the vice presidents […]
Members of HCDFW joined PRSA Dallas for their annual Dallas Diversity mixer. The event held August 17 was part of PRSA’s Diversity & Inclusion Month. Thanks to Cambria Jones of PRSA Dallas for helping us coordinate this great mixer!
Results of a research project between students at University of Texas at Arlington’s News en Español and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). The project to seek insights from members of Spanish-language organizations was led by HCDFW member Julian Rodriguez, a lecturer in the Department of Communication at UTA.
The media event will feature a panel discussion with local journalists, Facebook and Banjo examining the evolving challenges and opportunities of today’s story cycle; discovery through distribution. This is also an opportunity to ask Facebook about the recently launched Facebook Journalism Project. This journalism event is brought to you by the Hispanic Communicators DFW, a
We are happy to welcome you to our second workshop in Spanish. This one will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Mountain View College. You may register here: http://goo.gl/pHG1F2. Since the rest of the workshop is in Spanish, we thought we provide the details #enespañol. Los esperamos en nuestro segundo
It’s election time for the HCDFW board. Here are the positions and the responsibilities for each office. Nominate someone you think can do the job. The person must be a member of HCDFW. You can also nominate yourself. 1. President – Must be a working or former broadcast or print journalist, other new media, or