Nightly business report september 9 2015 in spanish

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Nightly business report september 9 2015 in spanish

History[ edit ] Telemundo began airing a nightly newscast inshortly after the network originally known as NetSpan adopted its current name, when the network debuted Noticiero Telemundo-HBC.

The program was produced through an outsourcing agreement with the Miami -based Hispanic-American Broadcasting Corporation, which based the half-hour newscast from a converted warehouse in Miami.

Noticiero Telemundo CNN — [ edit ] On March 24,Telemundo announced that it would end its agreement with Hispanic-American Broadcasting and enter into a news sharing partnership with CNN to produce early and late evening national newscasts, an hour-long weekend news review program, Resumen Semanal Telemundo-CNN, and news briefs that aired five times per day for Telemundo.

InSalazar left the program to become a reporter for Noticiero Univisionthe news division of rival Univision ; she was replaced by Chilean native and former Miss Universe Cecilia Bolocco. Inthe program switched to a solo anchor format, with Patricia Janiot as its presenter.

In September of that year, the newscasts were rebranded as Telenoticias, with Raul Peimbert anchoring the program.

On August 26,Telenoticias anchor Guillermo Descalzi took over as co-anchor of the program. The network subsequently announced that it would start an in-house news division of its own and hire staff at its Hialeah, Florida headquarters to produce the evening newscast, with CBS Telenoticias agreeing to allow Telemundo to use its own correspondents in order to allow the network time to hire anchors and correspondents.

The network appointed Joe Peyronnin — who previously served as vice president of CBS News and was the founding president of Fox News Channel — to helm its in-house news division as its Executive Vice President of News and Information Programming a role he would remain in until January At this point, Noticiero Telemundo consisted of two half-hour evening newscasts: Fin de Semana airs at 5: Eastern and Pacific Time 4: Central and Mountain — 90 minutes earlier than the main weekday broadcasts that air at 6: Eastern and Pacific as a result, it is the earliest of the network evening news programs.

The Sunday editions of Noriciero Telemundo remain at 5 p.2 posts published by pastorjameshein during February This comes on the heels of President Obama having just taken a great deal of criticism for his comments at the National Prayer Breakfast benjaminpohle.com compared the terrorist acts of the Islamic State to those committed in the history of Christianity – e.g.

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KGNS eventually replaced the Spanish news broadcast with English language news on March 1st of the following year.

nightly business report september 9 2015 in spanish

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