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Revelo named weekend sports anchor at KTLM

Carlos Revelo

Carlos Revelo joins the Telemundo 40 Río Grande Valley news team as weekend sports anchor.

Already on board, he makes his on-air debut on May 9.

He replaces Nicolás Quintero.

Revelo landed the Telemundo 40 position just weeks after being hit in a massive wave of layoffs at Entravision, where he worked as sports director/anchor for KNVO Univision 48 Rio Grande Valley. Previously, he was a sports director/anchor at Telemundo Oklahoma.

Before that, he has been a freelancer reporter for ESPN Deportes and Hoy newspaper in Los Angeles.

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One Response to “Revelo named weekend sports anchor at KTLM”

  1. ValleyGalMedia says:

    O sea, que solo cruzo la banqueta.
    Como el sr Amante en Laredo.
    Bien por ellos, los felicito


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