Do the following for: French, German, Brazillian Portugese, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese. Find people native in each language or explain the choices of source:
Compile 5 news sources for each of the following categories in each above native language: [when compiling sources, make sure that in most cases, taking the first 2 sentences can make a coherent piece of text to fit under 350 characters if include one more random sentence. Therefore exclude long magazine articles etc].
Each source should also be filled into the Excel spreadsheet with metadata. Each source also needs a description of no more than 30 characters explaining it. The image for each source (publisher) should be taken from the source's twitter and also each RSS Feed for the source needs to be pasted into the document. We have left the "BBC World" source as an example.
Use this to help find news readers in other languages: [url removed, login to view]
- World News
- Around you [Mexico, Spain, Argentina: for Spanish, otherwise just country of language i.e. news Japan/China/France/Germany/Brazil]
- Entertainment and Arts
- Fashion and Style
- Wikipedia Entries of the Day [in specific language]
i.e. the sources have to be for news and the content from needs to be textual articles and not images/feature posts/magazine articles etc.