Maria Elena Salinas
One of the most respected and recognized journalists in the United States, Maria Elena Salinas has co-anchored the Univision Network’s national newscast, Noticiero Univision, uninterruptedly since 1987, and also co-hosts Univision’s weekly primetime newsmagazine Aquí y Ahora. She’s a household name for 57 million Hispanics living in the U.S., and millions more in 18 countries where her work is seen. Her interviews with global figures, including every U.S. president since Jimmy Carter, as well as Latin American heads of state, rebel leaders, and influential newsmakers have earned her unparalleled respect and trust, while her commitment to the Hispanic community prompted the New York Times to call her “The Voice of Hispanic America.” During the course of her distinguished broadcasting career, Salinas has received multiple recognitions, including the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Lifetime Achievement Award, the Peabody Award, a Gracie Award for Outstanding Anchor, seven Emmy awards, a Walter Cronkite Award, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and the Outstanding Achievement Award in Hispanic Television by Multichannel News and Broadcasting & Cable magazines.
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