After 11 years at WSNS-44, Tsi-tsi-ki Felix has left the station. The Emmy-award winning news anchor sent out an announcement moments ago saying she has “amicably parted ways” with Telemundo Chicago.
“I look forward to sharing news in the very near future about an opportunity that is in development and will have me reaching even more television viewers in ways that truly inform, inspire and empower,” she said in a statement.
Tsi-tsi-ki joined Telemundo Chicago in 2001 as a reporter. She was promoted to co-anchor of Telemundo Chicago’s 5 p.m. news in 2005. In April of 2008, when the station launched a new 10:30 am newscast, she was also named anchor and producer of “Noticiero Telemundo Chicago Por la Manaña.”
She held both posts until she was named solo anchor of the 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. news in May of 2009, when Vicente Serrano, at that time the 10 pm anchor, was ousted from his job.
In addition to her anchor duties at WSNS, Tsi-tsi-ki has also served as a correspondent for Telemundo news programs.
Prior to Telemundo, she worked at Chicago Spanish radio stations WOJO and WIND, where she produced, edited, and reported daily.