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Arias named NY correspondent for Telemundo network news

Diego AriasToday is Diego Arias’s last day as national correspondent for Telemundo network’s “Al Rojo Vivo.”

He had been reporting for the news magazine in New York City for over five years.

Telemundo news management, looking to beef up its New York coverage, is moving Arias to its network news team.

Starting Thursday, he joins “Noticias Telemundo” as a second correspondent in the New York bureau, tackling investigative and long-format stories.

Arias will be working alongside current correspondent Rebeka Smyth Díaz and news producer Edgar Zuñiga.

Prior to taking the job at ARV, Arias spent more than two years as a multimedia journalist at Univision Las Vegas, where he started his on-air career in 2009.

He previously held brief entry-level jobs at Telemundo Network in Miami.

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One Response to “Arias named NY correspondent for Telemundo network news”

  1. Mari says:

    Que bien por el!


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