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Christian outlets work in tandem with religious leaders, retweeting and sharing one another’s content to maintain a media ecosystem editorially independent from the secular press.
“I think people in the Spanish-speaking world want to know about what’s happening everywhere, in France, in the U.S., with Brexit, and of course what’s happening with Ecuador, the protests happening in Colombia…It’s a kind of global podcast in Spanish.”
“She said…‘What you’re describing in the episode is what I’ve lived and what my family has experienced.’ She started sharing her experience. That completely changes the mood, the direction of the conversation.”
“We are hoping to change the narrative in Latin America, where most media organizations are led by men.”
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“We have a role that is almost like an NGO. We build and open databases, break with the exclusivist paradigm — we even train competitors!”
Have a WhatsApp chain message you want factchecked? La Silla Vacía’s WhatsApp Detector first wants you to commit to spreading the factcheck to your friends.
¿Quieres que un grupo de periodistas revise si una cadena de Whatsapp es real? El Detector de WhatsApp de la Silla Vacía te puede ayudar, con la condición que de compartas la información verificada entre tus contactos.
“Say a member is talking about a mining problem in his or her community. We open this up: This mining company is linked to issues in another reporter’s country — why don’t you work together?”