“This is a natural step in VOXXI’s evolution; sharing our content under the Creative Commons license is in many ways, pioneering Hispanic journalism in the XXI century. Granting access to our original high quality content, analysis and commentary, will further our mission of bringing Latinos into the forefront of mainstream media,” said Emilio C. Sanchez, president & editor-in-chief of VOXXI. “Traditional and new media outlets alike, can now leverage VOXXI’s stories to fulfill the growing demand for Latino oriented news and information.”
VOXXI has a diverse pool of contributors that include Pulitzer prize-winning journalists, influential bloggers and commentators, making it the go to resource for news and commentary on politics, health, education, and sports for US Hispanics. In this critical election year, where the Latino vote is crucial in battleground states, VOXXI will have comprehensive unbiased election coverage and political analysis, serving as a valuable resource.
“We are very excited about embracing Creative Commons to distribute VOXXI’s content globally. We want to inspire a new generation of Latinos with culturally relevant content, giving us the opportunity to influence American public opinion,” said Julissa Bonfante, Director of Communications for VOXXI.
For more details about Creative Commons and how to leverage VOXXI’s content please visit www.voxxi.com/creative-commons.
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About VOXXI: VOXXI is the premier independent site for Hispanic news, analysis and commentary. VOXXI is committed to catapulting Latinos into the forefront of American dialogue by filling a void in mainstream media.