Five Northeast Telemundo stations are collaborating on a weekday evening half-hour show, Edicion Nocturna, that’s yielding new lessons in cooperation while drawing on time-honored methods in newscast production.
Politics isn’t the only giant news story in our nation’s capital. In recent days, the newsrooms were all over the $6 billion sale of the NFL’s Washington Commanders. It’s been a bleak period for the D.C. sports teams, including the underperforming Commanders, Nationals, Capitals and Wizards, but the locals hope the new Commanders owner will shake things up for the better.
Telemundo’s WWSI Philadelphia today announced that morning anchor Syrmarie Villalobos will be moving to co-owned WZDC Washington. Iris Delgado will take over the mid-day anchor role on WWSI’s Al Mediodía weekdays at […]
Telemundo’s Washington outlet is now calling itself Telemundo 44 as it expands its local news with Noticiero Telemundo 44 at 5 p.m. It also debuts a new website and mobile app.
The Telemundo Station Group today announced the new news team for its WZDC Washington (DMA 6). Alban Zamora and Sulema Salazar have been named news anchors and will be joined […]
Janette Luviano will lead the Washington station’s newsroom as news director; Will Hildebrandt has been named VP of sales; and Nestor Alvarenga will oversee community affairs strategies as community manager.
Alonso Castillo has been hired as a reporter/MMJ at Telemundo affiliate WZDC Washington. He was last with Telemundo as a political reporter at KSTS San Francisco for two years. He […]