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Univision Taps León Krauze to Co-Anchor Late-Night Newscast

Krauze’s first day at his new position will be on Jan. 24th, and relocate from Southern California to South Florida.

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León Krauze is departing KMEX Univision 34 in Los Angeles after a decade in the No. 1 station in the market for local news regardless of language, is moving up the company to the National Network News. 

Univision announced that Krauze will co-anchor the network’s “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna” alongside journalist Patricia Janiot. Krauze’s first day at his new position will be on Jan. 24th, and relocate from Southern California to South Florida.

“Doing journalism in Los Angeles and serving the extraordinary Hispanic community of Southern California at Univision 34 during these ten years has been the greatest privilege of my career as a journalist. Local television in the most important market in the country has given me many lessons and emotions. I am excited to now join the great Univision national news team and to be able to work side-by-side with a consummate professional like Patricia Janiot,” Krauze said. 

“Both the Univision Network News team and Patricia have always devoted their reporting with dedication and professionalism to what is, without a doubt, the most vibrant and dynamic community in the United States. My commitment is the same: to give a voice to the Hispanic community and to work tirelessly in search of the news.”

The Mexico native has several awards under his belt in his career as a journalist winning nine Emmys, two Golden Mics, an Edward R. Murrow award, and a Southern California Journalism Award from the Los Angeles Press Club. 

“The addition of León Krauze to our outstanding Univision Network News team strengthens our capacity to inform and serve the Hispanic community exponentially. We’re thrilled to have him join celebrated Patricia Janiot in one of our most widely-viewed newscasts,” Leopoldo Gomez, president, Univision News, stated. 

“León’s unwavering commitment to journalistic excellence, his unique understanding of the Hispanic community and his close relationship with our audiences are undisputable and will help us ensure we are always at their side, giving them a voice and providing them the news and information they need to make their daily decisions.”

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Joe Scarborough Mocks Donald Trump After Latest Ratings Jab

Scarborough appeared surprised and charmed by the former president releasing a statement to attack their show out of nowhere.

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Former President Donald Trump went after a couple of MSNBC anchors Monday, releasing a statement attacking “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. 

“Will Morning Joe be canceled? He and Mika’s ratings are very low—they are having an extremely hard time finding an audience to listen to the Fake News they spurn. Losing them would be very sad—hope it doesn’t happen!” Trump’s statement said. 

Scarborough appeared surprised and charmed by the former president releasing a statement to attack their show out of nowhere.

While Scarborough was having fun with Trump’s statement, Brzezinski added by saying, “we do spurn Fake News” as the entire panel laughed at the former president’s choice of word to use in his statement. 

“I never heard him talk about spurn, using that as a word,” Scarborough said. “I don’t use the word; it’s new vocabulary! Secondly, he can’t quit us! Even says that would be a shame, that would be a shame, with Morning Joe.”

“Well, thank you, Mr. President, we appreciate that we’ve been talking football for two hours; I’m surprised… he likes football, Rev you’d think, he likes boxing. You think maybe he’d write a little about our commentary on the Cowboys game or, I don’t know, perhaps talk about MLK Day.”

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CNN Mourns The Loss of Stage Manager Jay Conroy

Details surrounding the death of Conroy, including cause and exact time, aren’t known to the public.

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CNN is mourning the loss of their stage manager Jay Conroy, who died over the weekend. On Monday, anchors Jim Sciutto and Poppy Harlow paid an emotional tribute to Conroy. 

Details surrounding the death of Conroy, including cause and exact time, aren’t known to the public. Nonetheless, Sciutto called Conroy “a deeply special person” who, among other things, shepherded the staff at CNN to safety following a 2018 bomb threat. 

“We’ve lost a friend at CNN. Jay Conroy was a stage manager – and so much more,” CNN’s Brian Stelter said on Twitter

“He was a producer, greeter, fixer, hype man, unsung hero for anchors and guests. Just last month, he ran two hours’ worth of Reliable Sources tapings with a 1000-watt smile, putting us all at ease.”

Before joining CNN, Conroy worked backstage with various bands. Furthermore, in 2012 CNN stunned him on camera as the network provided their stage manager with an in-person meeting with Conroy’s favorite band, Aerosmith.

“Jay brought out the best in us, every show, every time. I think that’s because he was a broadcaster in his own right, hosting his own hard rock show. He knew how to prep us, and he knew how to make us laugh,” Stelter added. 

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Ted Koppel: ‘Opinions Belong on the Opinion Page’

Koppel stated his displeasure towards the news media on how they covered former President Donald Trump. 

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Former President Donald Trump provided cable television news channels with a lot of material during his four years in charge. In an appearance on NewsNation’s “Dan Abrams Live,” Ted Koppel stated his displeasure towards the news media on how they covered Trump. 

“I’m terribly concerned that when you talk about the New York Times these days, when you talk about the Washington Post these days,” Koppel said. 

“We’re not talking about the New York Times of 50 years ago. We are not talking about the Washington Post of 50 years ago. We’re talking about organizations that I believe have, in fact, decided as organizations that Donald J. Trump is bad for the United States.”

The former “Nightline” anchor conveyed his views about media bias and his desire that news versus opinion had a more significant discrepancy.

“I think opinion belongs on the opinion page. That’s why they call it the op-ed section,” Koppel said. “That’s where the opinion pieces are, the columns, that’s where the editorials are, and that’s where it belongs. I don’t like seeing opinion being expressed on the front page of a great newspaper.”

Abrams said that Trump feels like a particular case as he’s one of the most polarizing figures in American politics, so the way the media covers him has to be different. Nonetheless, Koppel disagreed. 

“Do you feel that way about anybody else in politics?,” he asked. “Are we going to start picking up our morning newspaper to see who is in and who is out, in terms of the news coverage? Again, there’s a place for that in the op-ed section. I don’t like it on the front page.”

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