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Hispanic Newspapers

This entry discusses newspapers addressed to U.S. communities of Latin American origin that provide information about any topic from the perspective of these communities. These newspapers, mostly written by Hispanic Americans (often referred to as Latinos and Latinas), began in print form. With the emergence of the World Wide Web, some added a digital version and some others are now only available online. Most of them are published in Spanish, although some are bilingual or only in English. This entry focuses, first, on the evolution of Hispanic newspapers and their role in society and, second, on how these newspapers are produced and distributed.

Evolution and Role of the Hispanic-Oriented Press

There have been Hispanic newspapers since the first decade of the 19th century, when the first ...

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