LAS MILPAS, RGV - The team leader of the Southwest Marketing’s group that researched the possibility of launching a regional student journalism program with the Rio Grande Guardian and FIRST RGV did well at Brown University this...
PHARR, RGV - Calling all voters. What question would you like to see asked of those running for Congressional District 15 at a LIVE TV candidates’ forum? CBS 4 will air the forum LIVE on TV from the Pharr Events...
AUSTIN, Texas - Univision, the No. 1 network for the fast-growing Hispanic community in the United States, has a very different approach to English-language media giants when it comes to earning the trust of viewers. This became clear during a...
HARLINGEN, RGV - Relevant Radio has not made a decision on whether to keep National Public Radio on the air in the Rio Grande Valley if, as expected, it acquires RGV Public Radio 88 FM from the Diocese of...
MCALLEN, RGV - In this week's wrap-up on the week’s news, we look at a number of stories we have been and are covering. These include: the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi...
McALLEN, RGV - There is a treasure trove of useful information on the U.S. Census Bureau website that will make for a good news story, information on things like population trends, demographics, household income, housing and educational attainment. Pauline Nuñez, data...
LAS MILPAS, RGV - The RGV Equal Voice Network has written to the Federal Communications Commission to try to block the sale of KMBH-TV, the Rio Grande Valley’s PBS station. “The owners of KMBH-TV recently lost their public broadcasting grant...
MCALLEN, Texas - The Gannett news organization has closed The Edinburg Review and Valley Town Crier. Local publisher Yvonne Gomez confirmed as much in a brief interview with The Rio Grande Guardian.
McALLEN, RGV - There was a lively verbal exchange between the chairman of RGV Educational Broadcasting and a veteran TV broadcaster at a meeting where board members voted to proceed towards the sale of KMBH-TV. The broadcaster, Ron Whitlock, tried...
LAREDO, Texas - The National Association of Hispanic Publications brings its National Convention and Business Expo to the Rio Grande Valley next week. From October 19-22, editors, publishers and some journalists for Hispanic publications in the United States will meet...

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