Social Media Editor, Fronteras Desk
John Rosman is the social media editor for the Fronteras Desk.
Before joining the Fronteras team at KPBS, he was a digital producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting. There he led the flagship radio program Think Out Loud in all aspects of digital media. Working with OPB's cultural website, Arts & Life, he also produced multimedia features.
By way of metro Detroit, John is a proud graduate of the University of Oregon's School of Journalism. Prior to finding his passion for public radio, he worked as an editor in television and film. He also worked in a Chinese restaurant and hotdog stand.
When he's away from the office, you can find John jamming tunes and eating burritos.
On May 1, Disney filed trademark applications to secure ‘Dia de los Muertos’ across multiple platforms for an upcoming Pixar film.
The tiny town of Bisbee was the first in Arizona to recognize civil unions for gay couples. But with the city council’s passage of the resolution, came a threat from the Arizona Attorney General.
Three years ago, Arizona SB 1070 was signed into law. The bill is one of the strictest state immigration enforcement laws in the country. But in that time, the political climate for immigration has dramatically shifted.
The Department of Homeland Security wants to study establishing a crossing fee along the Southwest and Northern borders.
As the manhunt for the second Boston Marathon attack suspect continues, the debate on immigration reform gets more heated.
The New Mexico umpire who allegedly threatened to eject high school baseball players for speaking Spanish has resigned.
Immigration reform is temporarily sidelined due to the Boston Marathon tragedy. But it's on deck to be the next big political debate.
The hotly debated blockbuster bill to overhaul our nation's immigration system is finally here. Read it in full.
The hotly anticipated bill to overhaul our nation's immigration system is expected to be presented Tuesday by a bipartisan group of senators. We show with an interactive map what that might look like.
"Pancho the Rabbit And The Coyote" is an allegorical picture book, intended to teach young readers — ages 6 to 9 years old— about the hardships and danger migrants face crossing the border.