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KDEN hires Macias as MMJ

Adriana Macias

Adriana Macías has joined KDEN as a Multimedia Journalist for Noticiero Telemundo Denver’s weekday newscasts.

She makes her on-air debut today.

She arrives to Telemundo Denver from KORO Univision Corpus Christi, where she worked as a Multimedia Journalist since June 2016.

Macías previously worked as an investigative reporter for the website, covering border stories. Before that, she was a TV host for Multimedios Television/K26KJ Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

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