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Univision 32 Salt Lake City Launches Local Newscast “Noticias 32 Salt Lake City” at 5pm and 10pm

By Univision PR Team

Sep 30, 2013

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 KUTH Univision 32 announced today the addition of two daily local news broadcasts in the Salt Lake City market. “Noticias 32 Salt Lake City” (News 32 Salt Lake City), will air weeknights from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and from 10 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. MDT on Univision 32 Salt Lake City. Anchored by new local news talent, Irene Caso, the newscasts will feature local news, weather and sports coverage. The news team also includes multimedia journalist, Viviane Quintela; in addition to a team of reporters across the country.

“With the launch of ‘Noticias 32 Salt Lake City,’ we are responding to the great appetite the fastest growing community has for consuming local news,” said Luis Fernandez-Rocha, senior vice president and general manager of Univision Salt Lake City. “Univision 32 Salt Lake City remains committed to informing the Hispanic community with news of importance to them and we are thrilled to be able to extend our efforts with expanded coverage on a daily basis.”

Led by Caso, “Noticias 32 Salt Lake City’s” team of reporters will provide comprehensive news coverage that will range from breaking news to special segments including health and highlights from around the community. The newscast will also feature weather updates by meteorologist and oceanographer Gloria Carmona and her team from Univision’s full-equipped national weather center in Miami. Following the local newscasts, Univision 32 Salt Lake City will continue to broadcast the network’s award-winning national news programs, “Noticiero Univision” and “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna.”

CONTACT: Jose Zamora (786) 264-3404 josezamora@univision.net

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UNIVISION 32 SALT LAKE CITY LANZA NOTICIERO LOCAL “NOTICIAS 32 SALT LAKE CITY” A LAS 5PM Y 10PM

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – 30 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2013 KUTH Univision 32 anunció hoy que ha añadido dos noticieros locales diarios en el mercado de Salt Lake City. “Noticias 32 Salt Lake City” se trasmitirá entre semana de 5 p.m. a 5:30 p.m. y de 10 p.m. a 10:30 p.m. hora local (MDT) por Univision 32 Salt Lake City. Conducido por la nueva presentadora local, Irene Caso, los noticieros ofrecerán cobertura local de noticias, el tiempo y deportes. El equipo de noticias incluye a la periodista de medios múltiples, Viviane Quintela, además de un equipo de reporteros en todo el país.

“Al lanzar ‘Noticias 32 Salt Lake City’ estamos respondiendo al gran deseo que la comunidad de más rápido crecimiento tiene por noticias locales”, afirmó Luis Fernández-Rocha, vicepresidente principal y gerente general de Univision Salt Lake City. “Univision 32 Salt Lake City sigue dedicado a informar a la comunidad hispana con noticias de importancia para sus miembros, y nos orgullece poder incrementar nuestros esfuerzos con cobertura más extensa a diario”.

El equipo de reporteros de “Noticias 32 Salt Lake City”, dirigido por Caso, ofrecerá cobertura integral de las noticias, desde aquellas de último minuto hasta segmentos especiales sobre salud, asuntos comunitarios de interés y otros temas. El noticiero también ofrecerá lo último sobre el tiempo por la meteoróloga y oceanógrafa Gloria Carmona y su equipo desde el centro meteorológico nacional de Univision en Miami, que está completamente equipado. Después de los noticieros locales, Univision 32 Salt Lake City continuará trasmitiendo los galardonados programas nacionales de noticias “Noticiero Univision” y “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna”.

CONTACTO: Jose Zamora (786) 264-3404 josezamora@univision.net

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