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  Jorge Ramos - SourceWatch
Jorge Ramos, the oldest of five children, was born in Mexico City on March 16, 1958.
Ramos graduated in Communication at the Ibero-American University in México City and later came to the United States on a student visa in 1983 and earned a Master’s degree in International Studies from the University of Miami.
Ramos has won numerous awards including the Maria Moors Cabot award from the University of Columbia as well as 8 Emmy awards for excellence in journalism.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Jorge_Ramos   (313 words)

 HispanicOnline - Hispanic Heritage Plaza 2002
We realize that Ramos firmly grasps the idea that in order to live life to the fullest, one must take chances, and that risk is ultimately what leads one toward wisdom.
Ramos details his struggle as a student living in L.A. in the early 1980s, his first foray into American journalism, and the English-language establishment that told him he would amount to nothing if he didn't lose his accent.
Ramos then invites us into the early days of Spanish-language news and media—an industry that most early critics thought was useless and irrelevant—whose now skyrocketing popularity has made it a powerful player in American culture.
www.hispaniconline.com /hh02/books_rayo_jorge_ramos.html   (497 words)

  PUERTO RICO HERALD: 'Wave' Of Influence…"How Hispanics Will Choose the Next President"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
JORGE RAMOS: Because Florida was pivotal, and because the Cuban- American community was so against Al Gore and so against the Clinton administration, that at the end those 537 votes came from the Cuban- American community.
JORGE RAMOS: No, no, no, that`s the way it is. What`s so interesting is that when he was a candidate, not as president right now, but when he was a candidate, he didn`t mind making mistakes in Spanish.
JORGE RAMOS: He used to say that the most important challenge for the United States was to recognize itself as a multicultural, multiethnic, multiracial society.
www.puertorico-herald.org /issues/2004/vol8n34/WaveInfluence.shtml   (3308 words)

 AARP - Segunda Juventud - Entertainment - A View From All Fronts
Ramos admits it is easy to “become addicted to the adrenaline rush” of covering a war.
Ramos believes that geographic proximity to Latin America, plus technology, such as the Internet, that makes it easier to stay in touch with home, are just two of the reasons Hispanic immigrants have maintained their culture.
Ramos is the proud father of two children, whose smiling faces grace the walls of his office.
www.segundajuventud.org /english/entertainment/2003-july/jorgeramos.htm   (1733 words)

 Washingtonpost.com: Live Online
Jorge Ramos: The Census Report on the Foreign Born population in the United States reflects what is at the core of American culture.
Jorge Ramos: Republican were late to the party but they are recognizing now the importance of Latino voters.
Jorge Ramos: Lower levels of education and, most importantly, the fact that there are 8 to 10 million undocumented immigrants with very little social benefits and an increase fear of being deported.
discuss.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/zforum/02/author_ramos0207.htm   (3955 words)

 Journalist Discusses Immigration Issues
Ramos is a recognized voice on immigration issues, and has called for providing legal status to undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. and a better system for those who want to migrate legally.
Jorge Ramos: Most immigrants in the United States and most Latin Americans, according to the polls that I have seen, do not think that a guest worker program is going to work.
Jorge Ramos: Something very impressive about the demonstrations in Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington is that there is not a defined Hispanic or immigrant leader that is giving voice to the immigrant demands.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/discussion/2006/03/29/DI2006032901719_pf.html   (3118 words)

 ipedia.com: Jorge Ramos Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jorge Ramos is a Mexican born television reporter who is the anchor of Univision 's news show Noticias Univision.
Ramos was a journalist in his native Mexico and immigrated to the United States, going...
Ramos was a journalist in his native Mexico and immigrated to the United States, going through the hardships of many recent immigrants.
www.ipedia.com /jorge_ramos.html   (307 words)

 Tavis Smiley . Archive . Friday August 12th . Transcript | PBS
Ramos: As long as you have a Mexican or people in El Salvador and Colombia making $5 a day and jobs for them in the United States in which they can make exactly the same amount of money in just 40 minutes or one hour, they're gonna keep on coming.
Ramos: The United States and Mexico have promised for many, many years that there was going to be an immigration agreement, but nothing has happened so far.
Ramos: When President Bush was a candidate in the year 2004, he promised there was going to be a temporary workers' program for many of the documented immigrants living in this country.
www.pbs.org /kcet/tavissmiley/archive/200508/20050812_transcript.html   (4129 words)

 Jorge Ramos
Jorge Ramos has been called "Star newscaster of Hispanic TV" and "Hispanic TV's No. 1 correspondent and key to a huge voting bloc" by The Wall Street Journal.
Ramos is one of the most \n respected journalists among the 50 million Hispanics in the United States \n and in the 13 Latin American countries where his newscast is seen every \n night.
Ramos is one of the most respected journalists among the 50 million Hispanics in the United States and in the 13 Latin American countries where his newscast is seen every night.
www.jorgeramos.com /eng_bio.htm   (822 words)

 AlterNet: On the Spot: Jorge Ramos in Santa Fe
Ramos' thesis – that the Latino vote could turn this year's election – is shared by a number of strategists, especially those who have pushed for New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson – or "Richardson-Lopez" as Ramos calls him, honoring his Mexican mother – to be the VP on the Kerry ticket.
Ramos' numbers tell the tale: There are 40 million Hispanics in the U.S., maybe 10 million more "illegals" with one million entering the country every year.
Ramos' book, out hot on the heels of Samuel Huntington's racist screed – claiming that Latinos are ruining America's national identity – empowers Hispanics to flex their political muscle.
www.alternet.org /story/19130   (1029 words)

 VDARE.com: 08/01/04 - Jorge Ramos: Blue-Eyed Boy Of The Treason Lobby
In the past, Mexicans with Ramos' charisma typically either stayed home and enjoyed the sweet life as part of the ruling elite; or (like, say, actor Ricardo Montalban) they moved to America and tried to make it in the enormous English-language market.
Ramos is a man with a mission: keeping Latinos from fully assimilating into the American mainstream.
Ramos seems to be succeeding in rallying his faction.
www.vdare.com /sailer/ramos.htm   (1439 words)

 O'Reilly interviews blowhard Mexican Jorge Ramos
RAMOS: But the positive is that immigrants do contribute much more to this country than what they take from this country.
RAMOS: And then you have to reach an agreement with Mexico to have a more orderly flow of immigrants from Mexico.
RAMOS: And third, you'd have to understand that this is a multicultural, multiethnic, multiracial society.
www.americanpatrol.com /RECONQUISTA/OReillyRamosXscript020123.html   (1428 words)

 Jorge Ramos
Jorge Ramos, ganador del premio Maria Moors Cabot 2001, entregado por la Escuela de Periodismo de la Universidad de Columbia por su sobresaliente cobertura de asuntos latinoamericanos.
Jorge Ramos es "un comunicador al que le debe tanto la información en lengua castellana...
"Cuando Jorge Ramos comenzó su carrera de periodista, se encontró con que tenía dos opciones: una era adaptarse al estilo de la mayoría de los comunicadores mexicanos –que a cambio de dádivas del gobierno protegían sus empleos y sus cabezas- y la otra, dejar su país para venir a estudiar a Estados Unidos.
www.jorgeramos.com   (644 words)

 Jorge Ramos, con un futuro político : Jorge Ramos, con un futuro político - Sam Brownback - Candidato Republicano
Ramos piensa más allá de ser un conductor de noticias: "Después de ser testigo de cinco guerras, entrevistar a 60 presidentes y de viajar por 50 países, te cansas de sólo ver y te dan ganas de actuar", dijo.
Ramos, quien desde hace 20 años reside en Miami, comentó que la realidad mexicana se ve "mal desde afuera por la descomposición del sistema político".
Ramos corrió junto a 10 mil participantes a lo largo del Distribuidor Vial en la Ciudad de México.
www.univision.com /content/content.jhtml?cid=375503   (643 words)

 Barry Honors Jorge Ramos with David Brinkley Award, News, University Relations, Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida
Born and raised in Mexico City, Ramos is now the Miami-based co-anchorman for the main evening news program of Univision Communications Inc., the dominant Spanish-language network in the United States.
Today, Ramos' evening newscast reaches an average audience of over one million viewers, and he has been referred to as one of the U.S.A.'s most influential Hispanics.
Ramos told students that the best way to prepare for a career in journalism would be to study history, sociology, philosophy, psychology, and ethics - then learn journalism by "doing it."
www.barry.edu /universityRelations/news/52.htm   (334 words)

 IMG Speakers Bureau - Jorge Ramos
Ramos is one of the most respected journalists among the 40 million Hispanics in the United States and in the 13 Latin American countries where his newscast is seen every night.
Ramos originally worked in a radio station in Mexico City and later on left his native country after the biggest Mexican television network censored one of his reports.
Ramos did not want to work under those circumstances so he sold his run-down car, quit his low-paying job and decided to go north.
www.imgspeakers.com /speakers/jorge_ramos.aspx   (617 words)

 Honran labor periodística de Jorge Ramos : Honran labor periodística de Jorge Ramos - Latinos en EU
El periodista Jorge Ramos recibe el premio de manos de la Hermana Jeanne OLaughlin, presidenta de la Universidad Barry.
Para Ramos el premio, sin embargo, va más allá de un reconocimiento dedicado a su persona.  En cambio, explicó, es un premio para todos los hispanos que practican el periodismo en Estados Unidos.
Ramos, quien es considerado una de las personas más influyentes en la comunidad hispana de Estados Unidos, escribe además una columna semanal que se publica en más de 35 periódicos y realiza comentarios radiales diarios a decenas de estaciones en todo el continente.
www.univision.com /content/content.jhtml?cid=193821   (436 words)

 Man of La Media - 10/14/2002 - Publishers Weekly
Jorge Ramos, the star news anchor for Univision, the leading Spanish-language TV network in the U.S., has a special ability to convey that, yes, he can be trusted.
Now, Ramos is aiming for a crossover success in the English-speaking market with a new autobiography, No Borders: A Journalist's Search for Home, released simultaneously in English and Spanish on October 4 by Rayo, a Latino-focused imprint at HarperCollins.
But Rayo editorial director Rene Alegria believes that the English edition will be crucial for those English-dominant Latinos who view Ramos as a role model and grew up with his voice in the background of their bilingual households.
www.publishersweekly.com /index.asp?layout=article&articleid=CA251997   (882 words)

 'No Borders: A Journalist's Search For Home' - CBS News
Ramos was born and raised in Mexico City, has lived in California and Florida for most of his adult life, and has traveled the globe in his 20 years as a journalist.
Ramos has turned to print because, he says, he is "frustrated with television," admitting that his job as nightly anchor for Noticiero Univision is conducive to reflection or introspection.
In his memoir, Ramos ranges far and wide, taking readers back to his childhood in Mexico, to a variety of international news events, through the first date with his (second) wife, and up to the present.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2002/10/10/earlyshow/leisure/books/main525084.shtml   (1021 words)

 Latino Leaders: The National Magazine of the Successful American Latino: Jorge Ramos: the friendly face of TV: ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jorge Ramos has been one of those faces on the screens of Latino viewers for more than 14 years as anchorman for Noticiero Univision.
Ramos has been honored with the Columbia University Maria Moors Cabot Journalism Award (2001) and the David Brinkley Award for Excellence in Communication (2003).
Jorge Ramos was recently named the third most influential Latino (after Edward James Olmos and Henry Cisneros) in a poll by Hispanic Trend.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0PCH/is_6_4/ai_113053405   (665 words)

Ramos: What we have seen in the last two decades in Latin America is that democracy has not been successful in erasing poverty and discrimination.
Ramos: What I think is that the neo-populist movements in Latin America are a natural reaction to the failures of neo-liberalism’s policies.
Ramos: No free trade agreement is perfect, and we can see that with the protections that the United States farming industry has… But every single year 350,000 immigrants cross the border illegally from Mexico into the United States.
www.thebrooklynrail.org /express/july04/ramos.html   (1713 words)

 Latino Nation - 5/1/2004 - Criticas - CA420420
Ramos came to the United States in 1983 from Mexico and has been an anchor at Noticiero Univision since 1986.
Ramos reaches an audience of more than a million people through his role at Univision and through his weekly syndicated column and three daily radio commentaries.
If Ramos were a player, he says, he would recognize the contributions of undocumented immigrants in the United States and work toward achieving amnesty.
www.criticasmagazine.com /article/CA420420.html   (1961 words)

 2002 Issues Conference Speakers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jorge Ramos has been called "Star newscaster of Hispanic TV" and "Hispanic TV's No 1 correspondent and key to a huge voting bloc" by The Wall Street Journal (October 3, 2000).
Jorge Ramos has been the anchorman for Noticiero Univision for the last 14 years and has won 7 Emmy awards for excellence in journalism.
He writes a weekly column for more than 35 newspapers in the United States and Latin America, provides a daily radio commentary to dozens of radio stations, collaborates with one of the largest Spanish-language websites in the world as well as authoring three books.
www.chci.org /events/2002/issues2002n/speakers.htm   (184 words)

 Tavis Smiley . Archive . Wednesday April 27th | PBS
Univision’s Spanish-language broadcaster Jorge Ramos weighs in on U.S. immigration policy.
Jorge Ramos has been called one of the most influential Latinos in the U.S. For the past 14 years, he has anchored the evening newscast on the Univision network and consistently beats the other nets for top ratings in Miami, L.A. and Houston.
His syndicated column appears in the U.S. and Latin America, and his daily radio commentary is broadcast to dozens of stations.
www.pbs.org /kcet/tavissmiley/archive/200504/20050427.html   (285 words)

 Zinos.com - eZine digest and database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jorge Ramos is considered the 3rd most influencial Hispanic in the nation.
Jorge Ramos has been considered the third most influential Latino in the nation after only actor Edward James Olmos and ex-San Antonio mayor Henry Cisneros by Hispanic Magazine (February 2000).
Ramos was in San Antonio on Nov. 10 to promote his new books, No Borders and Atravesando Fronteras.
zinos.com /f/z/scan/se=AR005853/sp=view_article/rs=yes/go.html   (1465 words)

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In 2003, the New York City Police Foundation honored Ramos for his help in solving a ten year-old case, and for his collaboration in promoting the NYPD's Crime Stoppers program.
Ramos has also hosted numerous special news programs for WNJU, including the station's coverage of the Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican and Hispanic Day parades of New York and New Jersey, and he has been honored as the International Godfather and Honorary Guest for many of those parades throughout the years.
Ramos joined WNJU in 1980 and was one of the founding members of the station's news operation.
www.cmarket.com /catalog/itemDetail.do?ID=9e0d8ec591ca360132842848652a4119   (369 words)

 Jorge Ramos - HarperAcademic
Jorge Ramos has been the anchorman for Noticiero Univision for the last fourteen years and has won seven Emmy Awards for excellence in journalism.
Jorge Ramos ha sido el presentador del noticiero Univision durante los últimos dieciséis años.
Ramos ha sido invitado a varios programas de televisión como Nightline de ABC, Today de NBC, Talk Back Live de CNN y The O'Reilly Factor de FOX News, entre otros.
www.harperacademic.com /catalog/author_xml.asp?authorID=21170   (185 words)

 Hispanic Business News: Second Weekly Edition of 'Jorge Ramos En Vivo' to Debut on Fox Sports En Espanol Friday, August ...
Fans of Jorge Ramos to Get Double Dose of their Favorite Sports Commentator Each Week on Mondays and Fridays at 10 PM ET/7 PM PT Los Angeles, CA--(HISPANIC PR WIRE - BUSINESS WIRE)--August 9, 2006--Fans of Jorge Ramos will soon be able to see more of their favorite Spanish-language sports commentator on television.
"Jorge Ramos has done an extraordinary job over the past year and from all the fan mail he receives, it's clear that our viewers can't get enough of him," said David Sternberg, executive vice president and general manager of Fox Sports en Espanol.
Fans of the show and Jorge Ramos can also connect with him on myspace.com by visiting the show's profile at http://www.myspace.com/jorge_ramos_en_vivo.
www.hispanicbusiness.com /news/news_print.asp?id=43704   (374 words)

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