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Posts Tagged ‘Hugo Balta’

CNN’s Zucker to Meet With Hispanic Journalists

Earlier in the week, TheWrap‘s Alexander Kaufman reported that CNN President Jeff Zucker will meet with the National Assoc. of Hispanic Journalists on March 8 to discuss diversity issues at the network. On Monday, we reported that Zucker was scheduled to meet with the National Assoc. of Black Journalists to discuss similar issues.

Kaufman details the minorities at CNN as well as Fox News and MSNBC. He reported that Zucker has “agreed to” search for talent at NAHJ’s regional conferences, president Hugo Balta told TheWrap.

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AP Editor Named Prez of Nat. Assoc. of Hispanic Journalists

Michele Salcedo, a Washington-based editor for AP has been named president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

She was elected president on Saturday and will occupy the position for two years. Sacledo beat out MSNBC producer Hugo Balta, who came in second place.

An AP story reports: “Salcedo won on promises to beef up the cash-strapped organization’s revenue sources. NAHJ has nearly 1,400 members and is dedicated to developing and promoting Hispanic journalists. The organization was founded in 1984 and is based in Washington.”