The El Paso News, Inc. family of publications provides readers with news analysis of topics important to our readers. Our mission is to provide Latinos a voice in the national and local narratives around social and public policy issues. Our regular curated and original reporting focused on American politics, public policy and culture presents well-balanced and non-partisan information that empowers our readers with knowledge.
Our analysis and reporting have driven coverage of stories by traditional news outlets and have exposed political scandals in El Paso, Texas.
True journalism is supposed to provide accurate, fair and honesty in the issues it reports. Journalism demands transparency, not just in who funds the publications but also on how we cover the issues we report on. Our publications have no allegiance to a bias or a funding partner and journalism must never censor a voice because of personality conflicts or differences in points of view.
Most important to true journalism is that the news we report and the analysis we produce must be accessibly to all regardless of anyone’s ability to afford the access to it. Therefore, we are committed to keeping out content free of paywalls and we do not accept financial support with requirements prohibiting us from reporting or analyzing any topic or issue.
None of our publications are beholden to or controlled by any outside interests. Our primary mission is to create content that is important to a greater understanding of government.
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Our growing list of publications include:
Border Politics (borderpolitics.com)
El Paso News (elpasonews.org)
El Paso Politics (elpasopolitics.com)
Immigration Reform (Immigration Reform 2021 – Medium)
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El Paso Digest on Facebook (@groups/elpasodigest)
El Paso Watch on Facebook (@elpwatch)
EPN.xyz on Twitter (@epnxyz)
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Publisher: Martín Paredes
Editor: Martín Paredes
El Paso News, Inc. is a for profit publishing company established in 2011 by Martín Paredes to encourage and promote greater diversity on national policy dialogs, especially on border issues. Paredes is the sole shareholder of the corporation and remains committed to fostering greater participation by Latinos on local and national narratives across all political spectrums.
Paredes launched El Paso’s first online publication in 1998 as The El Paso Politics.
1998, Paredes launched El Paso Politics.
2000, Paredes launched The El Paso Metro with longtime El Paso political activist Jaime O. Perez as the editor.
2001, Paredes launched a second publication, The El Paso Tribune to add more diversity to the publications.
2005, Paredes brought various publications under the umbrella of the El Paso News as a platform for citizen journalists.
2020, Miguel Juárez is appointed the editor of the El Paso News. Border Politics and The El Paso Politics are spun off as separate publications targeting specific topics, yet remaining part of the organization’s primary function to provide a voice to marginalized Latinos.
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