Illinois Latino News (ILLN) announces the launch of ILLN Opinion+, a monthly series that invites community leaders to showcase their work state-wide and provide resources for listeners on a variety of topics. These guests range from government officials to heads of local advocacy organizations. ILLN joins its sister organizations, CTLN, NHLN, and MALN in hosting Opinion+ episodes.
ILLN Opinion+ guests will discuss current events and present their own perspectives on relevant topics, such as education, COVID-19, and local issues, and answer questions from the Latino community.
“The Opinion+ series has been a successful vehicle to discuss the solutions to the challenges facing Hispanics-Latinos,” said ILLN Owner and Publisher, Hugo Balta. “I can’t wait to see how the platform will create bridges between thought leaders and the public.”
The first episode of ILLN Opinion+ will air this Friday, January 14th. Until then, listen to past episodes on our sister markets.
About Illinois Latino News
The online news publication ILLatinoNews.com is one of five independent statewide coverage, Hispanic-Latino editorial focus English language news and information websites under the ownership and leadership of nationally recognized journalist and media advocate, Hugo Balta. Balta serves as owner and publisher of the online site created to provide professional, journalistic coverage for and about Illinois’ fastest growing population group.
About Latino News Network
Award-winning online news publication LatinoNewsNetwork.com is under the ownership and leadership of nationally recognized journalist and media advocate, Hugo Balta. Balta serves as publisher for CTLN, MALN, NHLN, RILN, ILLN, six online sites created by the Latino News Network to provide professional, journalistic coverage for and about the local communities’ fast-growing Latino population. Latino News Network outlets include multimedia reporting and explore partnerships that promote similar focused strategies. Follow the English language online news sources for Latinos on Twitter: @CTLatinoNews, @MALatinoNews, @NHLatinoNews, @RILatinoNews and @ILLatinoNews.