Félix Gutiérrez spoke at the book launch for “Reporting on Latino/a/x Communities: A Guide for Journalists.”
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Félix Gutiérrez is Professor of Journalism Emeritus at the University of Southern California. Since 1972, his scholarship and publications have focused on racial diversity and media. He is the author or co-author of five books and more than 50 scholarly articles or book chapters, most on racial or technological diversity in media, U.S. Latino newspapers and the journalists who covered stories for them. He has held tenured faculty positions at USC and California State University Northridge, administrative posts at USC, Stanford and California State University L.A., and visiting appointments at Columbia, the Claremont Colleges, and the University of Texas, Austin. He was the first executive director of the California Chicano News Media Association from 1978–1980. In the 1980’s, he reported for The Associated Press Los Angeles bureau and the Pasadena Star-News.