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Univision Is the Future of American Journalism

ABC has a great write-up of Univsion’s blockbuster report on the true impact of the Fast and Furious fiasco, including the revelation that 57 unreported Fast and Furios guns were used in Mexico, as well as how the guns made their way to other countries in Latin America.

My Twitter feed was abuzz last night with potential Univision viewers desperately attempting to get the report with English closed-caption subtitles.

That should be a hint to Univision: you have a huge, untapped market of conservative viewers desperate for any honest reporting about the Obama administration. Don’t let up on this and you will be rewarded with ratings.

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