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On the Media interviews Federico Subervi about how the presidential campaign in playing out on Spanish-language media. Subervi correctly pointed out that no one has taken on fact checking the campaigns’ Spanish-language ads. The one exception, of course, is the oft-cited FactCheck.org itself. While it hasn’t issued any reports in Spanish that I’ve seen, it has several times reported on claims made in Spanish-language media this cycle. But Federico’s point stands, Spanish-language media do not seem to be have embraced the “fact check” trend that is evident in so many English-language papers. (Univision does have a thorough look at the candidates’ astrological charts, however, from Profesor Zellagro.)

http://www.univision.com/content/content.jhtml?cid=1705156

was asked if “Univision or anyone else has taken on the fact checking job in Spanish?” and answ

not that i know

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