Take our bilingual journalism course – it’s free!

Learn from NBCU News Group and Telemundo journalists, along with Montclair State University professors, about what it takes to be a bilingual journalist. You’ll also gain essential skills for reporting on and for Latino communities.

What to Expect in the Course

Bilingual Journalism: Covering Latino Communities is a fully immersive and interactive learning experience. You don’t need to know Spanish to take the course.

Learn from NBCU and Telemundo experts about:

  • Understanding cultural differences in Latino communities
  • Conducting bilingual interviews
  • Reporting on immigration and politics
  • Combating Spanish-language misinformation
  • Covering sports for Latino audiences
  • What it’s like to work inside a bilingual newsroom

Engaging Videos

Watch and learn from the best in the business.

Interactive Scenarios

What would you choose in these real-life situations?

Digital Credential

Download and share your Confirmation of Completion on LinkedIn.

Featured Instructors

Learn the essentials of bilingual journalism first-hand from world-class journalists at the NBCU News Group.

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José Díaz-Balart
MSNBC, “NBC Nightly News” & Telemundo Anchor

Alicia Menendez
MSNBC’s “American Voices” Anchor

Tom Llamas
“Top Story with Tom Llamas" Anchor & NBC News Senior National Correspondent

Antonia Hylton
NBC News Correspondent and "Southlake" Podcast Co-Host

Ana Jurka
Telemundo Sports Reporter

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