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Patsy Loris was named to the lead of Telemundo's News Division in 2022

Patsy Loris was named to the lead of Telemundo's News Division in 2022

Patsy Loris, a Univision news veteran who joined the rival Telemundos news operations in resigning in 2019, will take over the reign of Notcias Telesund in 2022. This is the latest in an changing the guard in the top national media news divisions.

She'll replace Luis Fernandez, president of Telemundo Network News, who will retire at the end of the year after almost five decades in the media industry.

In a prepared statement, Beau Ferrari, president of NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, is putting the team of the renowned news industry in the hands of one of its most respected news makers. Luis has been the driving force behind the growth of Telemillionos news network and its success in establishing ties with ibiza and yens and the success of Latinos worldwide, said Ferrari in an prepared interview.

She is a highly respected executive who has devoted her three decades of news leadership to improving our news assets, strengthening our content management, and building our talent with securing the information and information they need and expect every day.

Loris elevation comes after several major TV-news operations saw changes in the executives who were charged with managing them. MSNBC, ABC and CBS are all under the aegis of new executives and are primarily responsible for delivering new and emerging venues like broadband-enabled video and social meida.

Loris led the network's morning show, daily entertainment and news magazine shows, and all network news programs including digital, evening, late night, weekend and political affairs properties. Since joining Telemundo, she has led a series of live primetime news specials on the coronavirus pandemic.

She started her career at the Telemundo Miami station, WSCV-Channel 51, and then joined Univision at a local station in Miami, FL, where she worked her way up through various production roles.

Fernandez was CEO of Real Madrid for the Asia Pacific Region (Apr.), where he was responsible for all the company's operations, including the media, which include Canal +, Telecinco, Cadena SER, Radio EL PAS and Cadeen COMPO.