Patricio G. Espinoza

espiMedia.com, Founder/Publisher, AlamoCityTimes.com
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imagePatricio G. Espinoza is an Emmy award-winning all-platforms digital journalist whose latest project SA4Mayor.com is a site covering San Antonio, Texas politics using the latest online, digital tools and interactive social media shaping the future of journalism. During the last two decades, Espinoza has worked within traditional broadcast media and the new generation of digital frontiers. Most recently, he was VP of News & New Media Integration - developing media rich, interactive and viral content for on-line communities - for quepasa.com, one of the largest bilingual Latino social networks in the world next to Facebook and MySpace. Espinoza currently continues his work as an independent journalist and new media producer reaching out to a new generation of multi-media users. He also maintains a bilingual iTunes blog, "My Reporter's NotePad," at espiblog.org, and he contributes to NPR-Radio BilingŁe, ABC's "Exclusiva", and PBS's DocuBloggers, in addition to assignments with ABC News, PBS's the News Hour, A&E Biography, and the Discovery channel among others. He joins the McCormick Fellows Class of 2009. He is also a Poynter Fellow, and his work has received several Emmy awards, including a 2009 Emmy Advance Media Award for the use of Digital Tools covering Breaking News. Prior to 2003, Espinoza worked with Belo's KTVK Spanish language news channel in Phoenix. He served as a national Texas correspondent with NBC-Spanish (1993-1997), and was the founding news director of Telemundo San Antonio (1989-1993). Espinoza is an active member of RTNDA and NAHJ. He founded nuzGeeks.com, a professional social network for journalists and students pursuing a media profession. Espinoza was born in Quito, Ecuador, where he worked as an editor and promotions producer.


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