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Correspondent Lourdes Meluzá retires from Univision

Lourdes MeluzaVeteran D.C. correspondent Lourdes Meluzá has signed off for a final time this week, retiring from Univision after 30 years with the network.

Meluzá, who joined Miami’s Univision 23 in 1987, became the network’s D.C. correspondent in 1993, covering the White House and Congress.

Born in Cuba and raised in Mexico, she moved to Miami with her family in 1974. She started her journalism career as a reporter for Coqueta magazine, before moving on to Vanidades.

Before making her move to TV, Meluzá spent six years working as a reporter for the Miami Herald.

Her final TV appearance was Tuesday, October 31.

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2 Responses to “Correspondent Lourdes Meluzá retires from Univision”

  1. Isaac no Lee says:

    Adios a la ya olvidada corresponsal….

  2. TheBeards says:

    Calendar, Daniel C, her “loyal” DC crew, Janet: too much to handle
    It seems she wont be missed much

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I'm an Emmy award-winning journalist, who's worked as an on-air reporter in Spanish and English-language television news. I've worked for Univision, Telemundo, CNN en Español and Los Angeles Fox and UPN stations before diving into a convergence model at the San Jose Mercury News. I was president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists from 2004 to 2006, and inducted into the Hall of Fame in August of 2016. As an online news manager, I was West Coast Web Editor for impreMedia and Managing Editor of IntersectionsSouthLA.org. In addition to running Media Moves, which I founded in June of 2007, I'm a regular contributor to Forbes and also do freelance work as writer, reporter and producer.