On the Shortage of Spanish-Language Science Journalism in U.S. Media

A long list of problems afflicts journalism these days, including frequent layoffs and expanding news deserts. Another major deficiency, particularly apparent in U.S. science journalism, often goes widely unacknowledged: Science news that airs or is published in the United States’ second most commonly spoken language, Spanish, is rare—and where it exists, is often at risk of elimination.

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