🎙PODCASTS | Latino journalists in Spanish newsrooms

This episode was recorded live with the public last Wednesday, May 11, as part of the Estación Podcast festival program.

Spanish journalists spend our lives reporting on Latin America, speaking with Latin American experts, sometimes traveling to Latin America. Then, as if it were a completely different universe, we talk about the life of migrants in Latin America. In Spain they are usually stories of precariousness, sometimes of racism, only sometimes of successful big businessmen.

How do the Latin American journalists who work with us see us? We spoke with Natalia Chientaroli and Marco Schwartz, journalists from elDiario.es, about what it is like to be a migrant and a journalist in Spain.


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