El Tiempo Latino reporters and editors are committed to fairness and they know that no story is fair if: It omits facts of major importance or significance, includes irrelevant facts, consciously or unconsciously misleads the reader, and if sources are not given the opportunity to address assertions or claims about them made by others.
Our team is diverse and inclusive, bringing diverse voices and keeping an open mind when working on stories.
Our structure includes a VP of Content supervising the editorial strategy of El Tiempo Latino and our Boston paper El Planeta, local editors and senior reporters, staff reporters, freelance journalists and a digital news desk. Many important and sensitive editorial decisions are taken by an editorial board that includes all the members of the editorial team.
– Ana Julia Jatar
– Marty Baron: Advisor to the CEO of El Planeta Media, former Editor of The Washington Post from December 31, 2012, until his retirement on February 28, 2021. He was previously the editor of The Boston Globe from 2001 to 2012.
EVP of Content:
– Rafael Ulloa
– Ricardo Sanchez-Silva
– Tibisay Zea
– Javier Marin – CEO: Local Latino entrepreneur, investor, and media proprietor. Marin owns and runs as CEO of El Planeta Media.
– Ana Julia Jatar – Chief Advisor: Jatar was a fellow at the Center for International Development and Communications Director at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, both entities at Harvard Kennedy School. Author of books: “The Cuban Way: Capitalism, Communism and Confrontation,” published in 1999, and “Apartheid in the XXI Century: Information Technology at the Service of Political Discrimination in Venezuela.”
– Marcos Marin – EVP of Operations: Cognitive psychologist with more than 9 years of experience doing business research in various industries in LATAM, US, and Europe. Experience in Management/Consulting.
– Rafael Ulloa – EVP of Content: Ulloa has been in the company for more than 15 years starting as Associate Editor of El Planeta in Boston, Executive Editor of El Tiempo Latino in Washington D.C. and now oversees the content execution of the company.