The National Institute of the Latin American Journalist Launches New Website

The National Institute of the Latin American Journalist (INPL), whose mission is to aid the professional development of Latinos in the press, has launched a new website http://www.instituto-npl.com.

Roberto Fernandez, honorary president of the INPL, stated that the launch is intended to provide resources and foster a support network for Latino journalists dedicated to the dissemination of news. The stated goals of the INPL are:

Ø To promote fair coverage of Hispanics in the media

Ø To promote the employment and professional development of Hispanics in the media

Ø To foster the understanding of the cultural identity, interests, and concerns of Hispanic journalists

Ø To organize delegations in major cities to address and promote these interests in the media

The new website has sections devoted to national and international news, a calendar of events, poetry, film, photography, and more.


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