Univision News Partners With Nieman Lab

UnivisionNoticias.com to publish a weekly selection of content from Harvard University’s Nieman Journalism Lab, translated into Spanish to keep Spanish-speaking journalists abreast of latest news, trends, and innovations in digital journalism.


Univision News has partnered with Harvard University’s Nieman Journalism Lab in an effort to help news organizations navigate the transition into the digital age.

Through the alliance, Univision News will publish a weekly selection of recent content from Nieman Lab, translated into Spanish, to provide Spanish-speaking journalists in the United States and around the world with direct access to the latest news, trends, and innovations from the field of digital journalism.

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 burning issue of fake news.

“This new alliance with Nieman Lab gives Univision News the unique ability to share ideas, research, and innovations from Nieman’s impressive team of forward-thinking digital journalists with members of Spanish-language news media in the United States, Latin America and beyond,” said Jose Zamora, SVP, strategic communications, Univision News. “We are proud and delighted to have the opportunity to widen the exposure of the great work being done at Nieman Lab while at the same time contributing to the enrichment of Spanish-language digital journalism.”

While Univision’s selection of Nieman Lab content in Spanish will be principally targeted to journalists, all audiences are welcome to view it on UnivisionNoticias.com.

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, which administers the oldest fellowship program for journalists in the world and works on other projects to advance the field.



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