Sports are some of the most exciting things to follow on social media. As the way people access their sports news evolves, there are some truly fantastic Hispanic sports reporters tapping out the beat of the courts, fields, stadiums and other venues. The following are five incredible Hispanic journalists who are breathing fresh ideas and reporting styles into the media.
This reporter for Fox Deportes has more than 20 years of broadcast media experience. He is one of the most passionate Hispanics in sports, and he tweets about everything from up-and-coming sports stars to the professional leagues.
Martinez has won an Emmy not once, but twice as Telemundo’s sports anchor in Houston. He is one of the most well-known Hispanic broadcasters tweeting in Texas and covers the best of the Lone Star State’s teams.
Although Alvarez began his broadcast career back in the early 1990s, he brings a fresh edge to modern news and enjoys writing about everything from the players and the games to the technology that’s rapidly changing sports.
If you love baseball, you are going to want to take a look at the New York Times articles written by Wagner. A Mets fan, he loves to cover baseball and has a penchant for digging deeper than the headlines to bring out the truth in 140 characters or less.
This former athlete from El Salvador has had one of the most interesting broadcasting careers in Central America. He knows how the field looks from both sides of the camera and has three Emmys on his trophy shelf. He knows just how to bring the action alive and convey the excitement on Twitter.
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