María Elena Salinas

Salinas on the Valder Beebe Show in 2017 María Elena Salinas (born December 30, 1954), is an American broadcast journalist, news anchor, and author. Called the "Voice of Hispanic America" by ''The New York Times'', Salinas is one of the most recognized Hispanic female journalists in the United States. She was the co-anchor of ''Noticiero Univision,'' the primary evening news broadcast on Univision, and the co-host of the news magazine program ''Aquí y Ahora'' (''Here and Now'').

Salinas has been working for more than three decades in the U.S. and in 18 Latin American countries. She has interviewed Latin American heads of state, rebel leaders, dictators, and every United States president since Jimmy Carter. Provided by Wikipedia
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