Univision’s Jorge Ramos has backed out of his planned role as one of the moderators of Sunday’s Democratic presidential debate because of possible exposure to the coronavirus, and the event itself has been moved from Phoenix to CNN’s studios in Washington, D.C.
Chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, World News Tonight anchor David Muir, correspondent Linsey Davis and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos will moderate the network’s Democratic candidate debate next month. The debate, to be held in Houston, will take only one night unless more than 10 Democratic candidates qualify. As it currently stands, 10 candidates have qualified to participate.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The Univision television network said Thursday that it has recovered the video of a contentious interview with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro that was confiscated after he cut it short, angered by critical questions from journalist Jorge Ramos. Ramos said the recovery of the video was “a real triumph against censorship” and […]
The Univision network said six of its staffers, including veteran anchorman Jorge Ramos, were briefly detained at the presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, on Monday. Ramos and the crew members were released a little less than three hours after the episode began.
The veteran Hispanic journalist and founder of the Telemundo-owned New York station’s news operation is stepping down after nearly 40 years.
NEW YORK (AP) — A Univision journalist who famously clashed with then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2015 has a book coming out about Trump and immigration. Publisher Vintage Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Jorge Ramos’ “Stranger: The Challenge of a Latino Immigrant in the Trump Era” will be released Feb. 27. […]
Mexican-American Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has worked in a number of authoritarian countries, including Venezuela and Cuba, but until this summer, he had never been ejected from a news conference. That changed on Aug. 25 in Dubuque, Iowa, when Ramos attended a news conference held by presidential candidate Donald Trump.
What Hispanic viewers see when they watch the country’s most influential Spanish-language journalist.
Donald Trump, a politician, and Jorge Ramos, a journalist, butted heads Tuesday night at a news conference in Iowa. Although politicians and journalists clash every day — exchanging insults and trading slights — this tussle has spilled into the quick-moving media stream because neither Trump nor Ramos is a normcore performer. Trump loves playing the cantankerous truth-teller, and Univision anchor Ramos subscribes to the provocateur school of journalism.
“I think I handled that well. I got a lot of credit for it,” Trump boasted Wednesday to conservative radio host Laura Ingraham a day after his bodyguards escorted Univision’s Jorge Ramos out of an Iowa news conference.
Jorge Ramos, the Miami-based anchor for Univision, stood up at a news conference and began to ask Trump about his immigration proposal, which includes ending automatic citizenship for infants born in the United States to parents in the country illegally. As Ramos began to speak, Trump interrupted him, saying he hadn’t called on Ramos before repeatedly telling him to “sit down” and then saying, “Go back to Univision.” Ramos then made to leave.
The veteran journalist and host of Fusion’s America With Jorge Ramos news magazine will be honored during the NAB Show’s opening session on April 7.
Forget Rachel, Bill, Anderson, and Sean. The broadcaster who will most determine the 2012 elections is Jorge Ramos.