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Covid-19 deported, DACA MDs in limbo, immigrant media boom

Elizabeth Aguilera
Apr 2 · 12 min read
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Innovative immigrant media outlets are seeing record high audience engagement as they squash rumors about the spread of coronavirus on a variety of social media and apps and actively stream verified information in myriad languages. These are among the findings of the report — DIGITAL FIRST RESPONDERS: How Innovative News Outlets are Meeting the Needs of Immigrant Communities — that Daniela and the Center for Community Media at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY released Wednesday.

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Elizabeth Aguilera

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Health/Social Services reporter @CALmatters, co-founder of #MigratoryNotes. I carry a mic & a pen. Prev: @KPCC @SDUT, @DenverPost. elizabeth@calmatters.org

Migratory Notes

At a time of rapidly shifting policies, we publish a weekly concise and insightful guide to immigration news.

Elizabeth Aguilera

Written by

Health/Social Services reporter @CALmatters, co-founder of #MigratoryNotes. I carry a mic & a pen. Prev: @KPCC @SDUT, @DenverPost. elizabeth@calmatters.org

Migratory Notes

At a time of rapidly shifting policies, we publish a weekly concise and insightful guide to immigration news.

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