JOSE DIAZ-BALART, SENIOR ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: You talk about not being an activist. You say, “I’ve been accused of being an activist. I am not. I’m simply a journalist who asks questions.”
JORGE RAMOS, SENIOR ANCHOR, UNIVISION: Of course.
DIAZ-BALART: Now- the questions that you ask could be biased. Or (are they) not?
RAMOS: I believe that in cases of racism, discrimination, corruption, public lies, dictatorships, human rights violations, we should cast neutrality aside and take a stand. What do you believe? What is...what is your role?
DIAZ-BALART: I believe that…
RAMOS: How do...how do you see your role?
DIAZ-BALART: I believe that there is...one can be, and should be...the calling of journalism is (to) the truth...how you identify that truth so long as you include that we all have opinions.
RAMOS: But there are certain cases where we are forced to stop being neutral. Now tell that to your bosses.