The AP launches its Spanish-Language Stylebook

The event took place at Columbia University on Nov. 19th. Panelists included:

  • Tom Kent (@tjrkent), AP deputy managing editor for standards and production
  • Isaac Lee (@isaacleep), president of News, Univision Communications Inc.
  • Sigal Ratner-Arias (@sigalratner) entertainment editor, AP Spanish Service
  • Edward Schumacher-Matos (@SchumacherMatos), ombudsman for NPR, James Madison Visiting Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and founder of Rumbo Newspapers/Meximerica Media, a chain of four Spanish-language dailies in Texas.

The panel was moderated by Alejandro Manrique, moderator, AP deputy regional editor for Latin America/Caribbean, director of AP Spanish Service. You can watch the video of the panel here.

Using #manualdeestilo, audience members offered their perspective on the stylebook. Click on the link below to look at the tweets!

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