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Spread the Word in the Final Hours! ‘Reportero’ Premieres Tonight

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Organizations across the country are getting the word out about Reportero, and you can too!

Reportero airs tonight on POV and will be streaming for free online through February 6th. Let your community know about the film with our online partner toolkit which includes a reminder email template, easy ways to embed the film trailer on your Facebook or blog, and sample tweets, like the ones below:

48 journalists have vanished or been killed in Mexico since Dec 2006. Watch Reportero tonight 10pm on POV.
Journalists killed covering Mexico’s drug war. Will free press be silenced? Watch @reporteromovie tonight @povdocs.
I’ll be watching Reportero tonight @PBS @povdocs.

Looking for inspiration?

The Committee to Protect Journalists, Pulitzer Center, Human Rights Watch and the International Center for Journalists are using Tweets and Facebook posts to let their community know about the film.

Aubrey Gallegos
Aubrey Gallegos
Aubrey started at POV as an intern in 2011, and worked briefly as Special Events Coordinator before moving into a full time position as Community Engagement and Education Coordinator. Prior to joining POV, she spent three years as an environmental educator and deckhand aboard wooden sailing ships, including the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, which was co-founded by Pete Seeger. She has also worked as an Event Manager for UnionDocs, a documentary art space in Brooklyn, and served as a Production Assistant on a number of independent film and theater productions. Aubrey graduated from Whitman College with bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric and Film Studies. Aubrey's favorite documentaries are: 1. Dont Look Back 2. Salesman 3. Sweetgrass 4. Food, Inc. 5. The Up Series
  • Ed -Tulsa, OK

    Hooray for the brave tellers of truth, shame on the scared shamed corrupters of Mexican society that are exposed – they cannot hide their wrongful deeds against mankind. Praise to journalism and investigative reporting viva la reportero and brave soldiers in this new war to keep truth in the minds of the public.

  • lynn steinmetz

    I believe that this important story should have the most attention possible and should be translated into english too. I lose the intensity this heroic struggle needs to garner dealing

  • lynn steinmetz

    with subtitles.these great people need maximum exposure here,NOW