I reviewed the content in the mainstream newspaper, The Washington Post, and the two ethnic newspapers, The Irish Echo, and El Diario La Prensa. I choose these specific newspapers because I was interested to see how these newspapers reported news differently depending on their publishing location and audience that they cater to. Each of the newspapers seems to focus on a specific type of news, whether that is local, national or international news. Although these newspapers seem to have their own individual focus, all of the newspapers seem to report similar content, while still catering to their intended audiences. Based on my research, I believe that each of the newspapers can learn to represent some topics through different lenses other than the one of the intended audience. By presenting varied points of view, each of the newspapers can help in giving the reader a greater understanding of the topics discussed.
Fouilloux, P. (2014, Sep 11). NYFW: Talento latino emergente (NYFW: emerging Latino
Talent). El Diario La Prensa. Retrieved from http://translate.google.com/transalate
Jenkins, M. (2014, Sep 11). 5×5 project serves up public art with a side of D.C. flavor. The
Washington Post. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/
McDermott, P. (2014, Aug 14). Cultural center to build in historic area. The Irish Echo.
Peralta, M. (2014, Sep 11). Pasan los años pero nunca el dolor por la pérdida el 9/11 (fotos)
(Years pass but never the pain of losing the 9/11 (photos). El Diario La Prensa.
Tumulty, K. (2014, Sep 11). Obama losing the confidence of key parts of the coalition that
elected him. The Washington Post. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com