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Univision partners with Nieman Lab

Univision-Nieman LabUnivision News has partnered with Harvard University’s Nieman Journalism Lab to provide Spanish-speaking journalists direct access to the latest news, trends, and innovations from the field of digital journalism.

Through this alliance, will publish a weekly selection of content from the Nieman Journalism Lab, translated into Spanish.

The roundup will include articles on a variety of topics related to the practice and future of digital journalism, as well as Nieman Lab’s weekly column on the issue of fake news.

Founded in 2008 as a collaborative effort to investigate future models that could support quality journalism in the digital age, the Nieman Journalism Lab identifies and promotes innovation in how the news gets reported, shared, consumed and paid for. It is part of Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism.

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One Response to “Univision partners with Nieman Lab”

  1. Angel d Dios says:

    Is not like the ch 34 Orange County bureau, students working for free (volunteers and interns)?


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