Telemundo-owned KVEA Los Angeles has appointed Carmen Márquez news anchor for the station’s weekend newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 6 PM y 11 PM and reporter for its weekday newscasts. She will make her on-air debut in late June. Prior to joining KVEA, Márquez was an on-air contributor during Telemundo Network’s 2020 presidential election coverage where she […]
Telemundo’s KVEA Los Angeles has hired Alondra Anaya as weather anchor for the station’s Noticiero Telemundo 52 newscasts. Her first day at KVEA is May 31. Anaya joins KVEA from sister station WWSI Philadelphia where she was weather anchor for the station’s mid-day and afternoon newscasts since 2018. Prior to that, she was a weather anchor, reporter and fill-in anchor […]
Telemundo’s KVEA Los Angeles has named Marcos Mora weather anchor for its weekend newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 6 PM y 11 PM, alongside News Anchor Sandra O’Neill, Sports Anchor Saul Rodriguez and a team of reporters. Celia Chavez, KVEA president and general manager, said: “We are excited to have Marcos join the Telemundo 52 […]
Telemundo-owned KVEA Los Angeles (DMA 2) today named Armida Mier co-host of the station’s weekday lifestyle and entertainment program Acceso Total. Beginning Sept. 19, Mier will join entertainment reporter Elva Saray to deliver the latest in music, culture and social trends to Spanish-speaking audiences across 33 U.S. markets. The half-hour program airs Monday to Friday at […]
KVEA Los Angeles, Telemundo’s West Coast flagship television station, today announced that its lifestyle program Acceso Total that features national entertainment news, celebrity interviews, as well as the latest in music, culture and social trends is now available to Spanish-speaking audiences on KGNS Laredo, Texas; WDNI Indianapolis; and KUNA Palm Springs, Calif. With the addition […]
Telemundo-owned KVEA Los Angeles (DMA 2) today appointed Alejandra Ortiz news anchor for the station’s weekday 5 and 6 a.m. newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52. Ortiz will join weather anchor Michelle Trujillo and reporters Sandra Bonilla and Balbino Aviles. Ortiz will replace current morning news anchor, Nancy Leal, who has been named co-anchor of Noticiero Telemundo 39 airing weekdays […]
Telemundo’s KVEA Los Angeles (DMA 2) appointed Alejandra Ortiz news anchor for the station’s weekend newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 5:30 PM y 11 PM. Ortiz will join Sports Anchor Saul Rodriguez and Weather Anchor Yara Lasanta. She will make her on-air debut in mid-to-late April. Ortiz joins KVEA from sister-station Telemundo’s KBLR Las Vegas, where […]
Telemundo-owned KVEA Los Angeles (DMA 2) on Tuesday announced that Dunia Elvir and Julio Vaqueiro will make up the anchor team for the station’s new half-hour weekday newscast at 5 p.m., Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 5 PM, that will debut on Monday, Sept. 26. With this new local news expansion, KVEA will deliver more than 25 […]
Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart will be based in Los Angeles the week of May 9-13, where he will co-anchor Telemundo-owned KVEA’s local weekday newscast, Noticiero Telemundo 52 at 6 PM, alongside the station’s anchors Julio Vaqueiro and Ana Patricia Candiani, while continuing to present, also from Los Angeles, the Noticiero Telemundo national newscast at 6:30 p.m. PT […]
When Pope Francis arrives in Mexico on Friday for a six-day trip, seven NBCU-owned Telemundo stations will have reporters and anchors on the scene for live reports.
Telemundo-owned KVEA Los Angeles (DMA 2) on Thursday named Enrique Chiabra co-anchor of its weekday morning newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 5 AM y 6 AM. Yara Lasanta will be KVEA’s new weather anchor for the station’s weekend newscasts, Noticiero Telemundo 52 a las 5:30 PM y 11 PM, and Julio Vaqueiro, who joined […]
Los Angeles Telemundo affil KVEA is celebrating a huge accomplishment: finally beating Univision rival KMEX in the ratings. According to Nielsen data, Noticiero Telemundo52 at 11:00 p.m. was the most-watched local program for adults 18-49, regardless of language, during September.
From new national ventures like ABC-Univision’s Fusion (which broadcasts in English) to new local Spanish-language newscasts around the country, broadcasters are expanding news offerings targeting Latino viewers to keep up with that audience’s growth in numbers and strength. The growth also signifies broadcasters’ foray into secondary markets that have burgeoning Latino populations.
Telemundo taps the former executive editor of La Opinión to lead its Los Angeles news efforts.
The former head of the Telemundo Station Group rejoins the Spanish-language broadcaster as head of its Los Angeles station.