Sarah Batista and Kristen Johnson discuss ‘She Flew the Coop’ documentary
WCNC, Charlotte Today, March 2015:
Stories to Inspire Founder and Creative Director Sarah Batista and ‘She Flew the Coop’ producer Kristen Johnson sit down with Charlotte Today to discuss the new documentary. Watch the interview here.
‘She Flew The Coop’ filmmaker discusses new documentary
WBTV Interview, March 2015:
Stories to Inspire Founder and Creative Director Sarah Batista shares her new documentary and Kickstarter/crowd funding campaign, “She Flew the Coop”, and the meaning behind it. Watch the interview here.
Sarah Batista leaves WBTV for dream job
Charlotte Observer Article, August 2013:
After eight years at WBTV (Channel 3) news, Sarah Batista is nervously fitting into her dream job – documentary producer.
Sarah Batista speaks at LatinaCon
Washington Post article July 2014: For women of Latinacon, growth in numbers and influence
Sarah Batista, who grew up in Charlotte, encouraged those with ideas and dreams to take a risk…
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Sarah Batista: Cover & Spotlight
Women With Know How May 2014 Magazine
In this interview, Sarah discusses how she got into the television industry and what she’s learned along the way.
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Sarah Batista: Stories to Inspire
New Growth Hair Magazine, October 2013
During the past seven years, Sarah Batista, former WBTV News reporter, has been one of Charlotte’s most visible Latinas. Batista was one of Charlotte’s most trusted journalists responsible for covering breaking news and securing exclusive interviews. Read more here.
Sarah Batista quoted in Charlotte Observer article
June 2014: Latina women’s conference seeks to serve growing Hispanic population Charlotte.
Sarah Batista spent 10 years in the corporate world, the latter part as a journalist with WBTV. She loved her field, but she left in August to start doing the work on her own terms…
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Se destacan en la televisión local
Hola Noticias March 2013
CHARLOTTE, NC.- Sarah Batista y Astrid Martínez se han convertido en rostros familiares de la televisión de Charlotte y, poco a poco, se han ganado un lugar en la preferencia de los televidentes que siguen sus historias día a día por la estación WBTV, una de las de mayor sintonía en la Ciudad Reina.
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De la televisión al servicio comunitario
Charlotte – Un cara familiar para los charlotenses salió del aire, pero ahora busca ayudar a recaudar fondos para las organizaciones no lucrativas. Read more here.
Se retiran de los medios
Personalidades vinculadas con la comunidad latina decidieron dejar la televisión local: Don Griffin y Sarah Batista. Read more here.