Dose of News

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Dose of News is a one stop news and information content website offering multiple links to a massive amount and a wide range of current events about art, science, investigative journalism, breaking news, good news features, health, politics, lifestyles, finance and much more.

These stories are selected from a wide assortment of articles researched, written, reported, and crafted by some of the best and finest professionals in the news business and gathered from all over the world.

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R0BERT0 S0T0 is a multilingual communicator, who has worked for major market news and information outlets in newspaper, broadcast, wire services and the world wide web , for government, public, commercial and non profit international media organizations. As a senior multimedia executive Soto pitched, wrote and produced breaking news, features, financial news and coordinated charts and graphics during literally hundreds of major news cycles.

Soto helped launch NBC News' The Source and Overnight, www.NBCNews.com UnivisionNoticias, http://noticias.univision.com/ Noticiero Telemundo, http://www.telemundo.com/noticias/noticiero-telemundo/ Televisión Martí, USIA-TV, http://www.martinoticias.com/archive/television_marti/latest/213/213.html , News 12 New York's First Regional Cable News Channel http://bronx.news12.com/ News 12, Associated Press Television News, http://www.aptn.com/, Imaginus, www.imaginus.biz, City Images, www.cimages.me, Dose Of News, www.doseofnews.com.

Soto has also been delighted to be able to boost the careers of endless numbers of talented, well known and successful media professionals, who have worked for ABC, Antena 3, CBS, CCTV, Ecuavisa, Fox, NBC, NPR, Phoenix TV, Telemundo, Univision, Voice of America and many other international media organizations.

Roberto Soto has also served as a distinguished visiting professor at several US colleges and universities and as a lecturer at New York Public Library's News Literacy Program, bringing citizen journalists and content producers a curriculum of lessons for New Yorkers can become wiser news consumers and content aggregators in the digital age.