More U.S. Hispanics are following the news in English, with 82% saying they get at least "some" in that language, according to the Pew Hispanic Center -- a stat up from 78% in 2006. And almost a third
follow English-language news exclusively, versus 22% in 2006."The report’s findings bode well for mainstream English-language news media outlets as well as news platforms that cater to bilingual
or English-speaking Latinos like Fusion
, a joint venture between ABC
and Univision that targets bicultural Hispanic millennials," writes Tanzina Vega.
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