Un Nuevo Día

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Un Nuevo Día
Un Nuevo Día logo.jpg
Also known as ¡Levántate! (2008–2012)
Genre Current Affairs
Current Events
Presented by Neida Sandoval
Ana Maria Canseco
Daniel Sarcos
Adamari López
Rashel Diaz
Diego Schoening
James Tahhan
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
Executive producer(s) Mari Garcia-Marquez
Location(s) Miami, Florida
Original channel Telemundo
Original run August 25, 2008 – present
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Un Nuevo Día (A New Day), formerly named ¡Levántate! (Get Up!) is a Spanish language morning show which has aired on the Telemundo television network since 2008. It is broadcast from the network's studios in Miami, Florida, and is hosted by Rashel Diaz, Daniel Sarcos, Ana Maria Canseco, and Adamari López. Journalist Neida Sandoval is the show's news anchor who provides regular national and world news updates during the show as of 2013.


The show debuted from Telemundo studios in San Juan, Puerto Rico and was broadcast in SD 4:3.

On November 9, 2010 it was announced that the show would move to Telemundo studios in Miami in early 2011 and be broadcast in HD.[1]


Rashel Diaz and Erika Garza were the original female co-hosts until Garza left the show on January 8, 2009.[2] Alan Tacher was the sole original male host from the show's debut until August 13, 2010. Daniel Sarcos, Omar Germenos and Azucena Cierco joined Diaz as co-hosts when the show moved to Miami in 2011. Alessandra Villegas joined the show as an in studio social media reporter. Adamari López joined the show in the summer of 2012.[3] Omar Germenos was fired from the show on August 8, 2013 for unknown reasons, and was replaced by Diego Schoening.[4] Azucena Cierco left the show on September 6, 2013 to star in other Telemundo projects, though she still appears on the show as an occasional correspondent. Mexican TV personality Ana Maria Canseco joined the cast on Monday, September 9, 2013.[5] Journalist Ramón Zayas was also dismissed from the show for unknown reasons, and was replaced by Edgardo del Villar, who began his tenure on September 9, 2013.



The ¡Levántate! logo.

On July 16, 2012, ¡Levántate! was renamed Un Nuevo Día.[6]


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