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Marraco leaves Univision Orlando for WESH

Marina MarracoMarina Marraco is crossing over into English-language news.  She just been hired at WESH-2 in Orlando as a reporter for “Sunrise,” the NBC affiliate’s morning newscast. She starts the new job on Oct. 22.

Marina leaves WVEN-26, the Univision affiliate in Orlando, where she has been working as a reporter since May of 2010.  She was also a fill-in anchor and had been working as a correspondent for Univision network since April of last year.

About her move, she tells me:  “I’m extremely excited to be joining a group of consummate professionals. This is undoubtedly a huge change in course for my career, but I could not be any happier. I leave behind many friends and great colleagues at Univision who have helped me grow tremendously.”

 

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