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Telemundo network & local stations to launch livestreamed noon newscast; announce anchors

Yolanda Vasquez-Luis Gerardo Nunez-Tairy Ynoa

Telemundo 47’s noon news team: Yolanda Vásquez, Luis Gerardo Núñez and Tairy Ynoa.

As Media Moves reported last week, Telemundo is launching midday newscasts. The company made the official announcement yesterday, revealing the name of the new network show.

“Noticias Telemundo, Mediodía” will air Monday to Friday at 12:30 pm ET/PT, starting on January 22.

The network newscast will follow new shows in 10 local markets across the country, wrapping a one-hour news block in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, San Antonio, Phoenix/Tucson and McAllen.

Stations in Chicago and Texas will air their newscasts at 11 am, following the network live show at 11:30 am CT.

Alejandro Isturiz - Alejandra Molina

Alejandro Isturiz and Alejandra Molina will anchor Telemundo 51 Miami’s noon newscast.

Several stations across the country have now confirmed some of the anchor lineups for the noon newscasts.

In New York, Telemundo 47 will have Yolanda Vásquez and Luis Gerardo Núñez as news anchors with Tairy Ynoa doing weather.

In Miami, Telemundo 51 has teamed up Alejandra Molina and Alejandro Isturiz.

Irene Sanchez - Maria Ponticello - Jessica Delgado

Telemundo Chicago noon team: Irene Sánchez, Maria Ponticello and Jessica Delgado.

Irene Sánchez will be the solo anchor at Telemundo Chicago, which will also start weekday morning news briefs at 6:26, 7:26 and 8:26 am the day of the noon newscast launch. María Elena Ponticiello and Jessica Delgado will deliver weather reports.

Michelle Trujillo - Azalea Iñíguez - Dunia Elvir - Gabriela Rosales

Telemundo Los Angeles team: From L to R: Michelle Trujillo, Azalea Iñíguez, Dunia Elvir and Gabriela Rosales.

In Los Angeles, Dunia Elvir will be the solo anchor of “Noticiero 52 Al Mediodía,” featuring weather anchor Michelle Trujillo, Gabriela Rosales and Telemundo Responde reporter Azalea Iñiguez.

Adriana Arevalo - Ramon Diaz - Analia Fiestas

Adriana López, Ramón Díaz and Analía Fiestas will helm Telemundo 39’s 11 am newscast.

Ramón Díaz and Analía Fiestas will anchor the Telemundo Dallas 11 am newscast, with Adriana López covering traffic and entertainment.

Antonio Hernandez - Ingrid Barrera - Madison Torre

Antonio Hernández and Ingrid Barrera will anchor the 11 am newscast with meteorologist Madison Torre.

Denisse Salinas - Lluvia Vidaña

At KTLM Rio Grande Valley, Denisse Salinas Noticias will anchor “Telemundo 40 a las 11 AM,” alongside Lluvia Vidaña, who will report hyper-local weather forecasts.

 

*Updated to include more station lineups.

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3 Responses to “Telemundo network & local stations to launch livestreamed noon newscast; announce anchors”

  1. Jose M. says:

    It’s Adriana López not Arévalo.

  2. Gavin says:

    this is exciting local news at 12 or 11 am depending on time zone. that means these Telemundo stations will kinda be like the English-language pros. A newscast in the mornings, noon, and evening, and weekends. And P.S. all local Telemundo owned station (If there in this expansion or not) already stream their newscast on their respective websites so that not really new it the national program that going to be live streamed “Noticias Telemundo Al MedioDía” if you’re meaning by all social media platform like Facebook, Youtube or Periscope but other than that’s new however locally (like I said they stream there newscast online) its not really new. Remeber Telemundo was the first to do an all-digital newscast back in 2015, which Univision copied over and created national digital noon newscast based of that. #CorruptUnivisión

  3. NAB says:

    Where are the Afro-Latino talent?

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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.
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