Author: Sara Loscos

Bio: Sara Loscos is a NY based journalist from Barcelona. She is a writer for Time Warner Cable NY1 Noticias in New York. She holds an MA in Media Studies and Film from The New School and a BA in Journalism by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She has worked as a reporter, host, and writer for Catalan Public Television and several radio stations since 2002. As an actress, she has appeared in several movies, TV shows, and plays.


Video: Here, I Am the Real Me

Posted on: 28 Apr 2014

For Colombian musician Gregorio Uribe, leading his own big band in NYC is the realization of his American Dream. Watch Uribe in an original Fi2W story.

Fi2W on the Radio: Having an Accent – Burden or Opportunity for Hispanic Actresses?

Posted on: 19 Sep 2013

Fi2W’s Sara Loscos reports on PRI’s The World.

Handmade Future: Four Hispanic Immigrant Women in NY Reinvent Themselves With Craft Businesses

Posted on: 08 Jul 2013

From apple pie to crystal jewelry, a video profile of New York Latina craft entrepreneurs.

Slide Show: In Gentrified Williamsburg, Latino Community Fights to Maintain its Identity

Posted on: 10 Jun 2013

The organization Los Sures is helping local residents deal with gentrification and preserve the area’s Hispanic heritage.

Podcast: What’s in an Accent? Both Opportunity and Barriers for Immigrant Actresses

Posted on: 03 Jun 2013

Immigrant actresses face a struggle getting the roles that they want. Accent classes help them avoid being typecast, but not always in the way you’d think.

For Some Latino Lovers Valentines Day is No Big Deal

Posted on: 14 Feb 2013

Many of New York City’s Hispanic immigrants come from cultures where the holiday isn’t celebrated. It can make cross-cultural dating confusing.