Saturday, June 29, 2013

News targeted to Hispanic population in North Central Florida (Red Team)

By: Joey Peluso 
The Hispanic community in North Central Florida has never had a dedicated source of news to keep them informed and up-to-date, said Dr. Amy Jo Coffey, faculty advisor for Noticias.
To fill this need, journalism students at the University of Florida work to produce Noticias, a radio show built to serve a growing Latino population. 
The show airs every Saturday at 6 a.m. on 89.1 WUFT-FM. 
Anchored, produced, directed, and edited entirely by students, the station serves as a useful and reliable source of local, national, and world news to Spanish-speaking listeners across North Central Florida.
Sarah Preciado is the anchor and executive producer of Noticias. 

Noticias anchor Sarah Preciado records for the UF student run radio program

Noticias anchor and producer Monivette Cordiero edits recorded radio material.

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