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    Creative Commons LicenseOriginal Stories by VOXXI is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What content can I use from VOXXI?

    You can use our original stories and blogs in your online publications. VOXXI has a diverse pool of contributors that include Pulitzer prize-winning journalists, influential bloggers and commentators, making it the go to resource for news and commentary on politics, health, education, and sports for US Hispanics. In this critical election year, where the Latino vote is crucial in battleground states, VOXXI will have comprehensive unbiased election coverage and political analysis, serving as a valuable resource.

    What content is not included in this license?

    Our images, videos and photographs are not included in this license. You can’t republish our photographs, videos and images without express permission. Hot-linking is expressly forbidden.

    Content attributed to the following sources is not included under this license, since it is content we license individually: AP, Global Post, Hispanic Link, Council on Foreign Relations, Washington Post Writer’s Group, Face the Facts USA, Americas Program, Bloomberg News, BuzzManager, Immigration Impact, Latinovations, LULAC, NALEO, NCLR, NHLI, Nuvo TV, PEW Hispanic Center, Pew Research Center, Politic365, Borderzine.

    Generally, Content attributed to organizations and not individuals is also not included under this license.

    Print rights are not covered under this license. If you would like to use our stories for a print publication please contact us to arrange the details

    How do I credit the stories?

    To credit VOXXI you must include the author’s name and VOXXI in the byline. A link to the original article on our site must also be present.


    By: Name Lastname, VOXXI

    (Please make sure that you are crediting VOXXI, not the section where you found the piece.)

    The stories must have a link back to the original article in VOXXI and the title of the article must be included in the anchor text.


    Originally published by [link]VOXXI [/link] as: [linlk] Original title of the story pointing to the original story on VOXXI’s site[/link]

    For the article  “Meet the most powerful Latinas in U.S. politics”,  attribution would look like this:

    Originally published by VOXXI as “Meet the most powerful Latinas in U.S. Politics


    In addition, you also need to add the following code to the page. 

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=”” async=”true”></script>

    Please add this code in text/html mode.


    Do I need to leave the links that come as part of the article

    Yes, these must be left intact since they provide context or sources that are part of the story.

    Can I curate the headline?

    You are free to curate o change the headline to one you find more suitable, however, the content of the story must remain intact.

    Editing Permissions

    Our material can be edited but only to reflect changes in dates or location, additionally, links must be left intact. Any other revisions or additions must be conducted with permission from VOXXI.

    Do you allow commercial use?

    We do allow commercial use of our stories with some reasonable limitations. Our stories can be displayed in pages with ads but these ads cannot be specifically sold for our stories. In other words, if you run ads on your site, you are more than welcome to use our stories, but you can’t specifically sell or target our content in a campaign.

    RSS Feeds

    You are welcome to subscribe to our RSS channels but you can’t auto-publish our feeds on any site without our express permission. The stories should be selected the old-fashioned way since we want you to publish only the content that fits your audience.

    What’s the point of sharing your content under this license?

    Great question. We sincerely believe that sharing our content under this license will allow all types of media, be it traditional, bloggers and new media to leverage our high quality content in all topics. By doing so, we’ll further our mission to educate and catapult Latino issues into the mainstream media.

    I want to learn more about Creative Commons

    You can visit the Creative Commons site for more information.


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