Informe Semanal

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Informe Semanal
Genre News magazine
Created by Pedro Erquicia
Directed by Jenaro Castro
Presented by Olga Lambea
Country of origin Spain
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 40
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel La 1 (TVE)
Original release March 31, 1973 – present
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Informe Semanal (English: Weekly Report) is a Spanish news magazine broadcast every Saturday from 21:30 to 22:30 in La 1. Is the second longest runtime program in Spanish television, just behind Telediario, with 40 years of broadcast.

With more than 40 years on air, Informe Semanal is referred as the milestone news program in Europe. Also is Televisión Española's most awarded program.[1]


The program's format is based on the American program 60 Minutes from CBS, that consists of four reports about themes as current affairs, economy, politics, society and culture. Each report lasts around 10-15 minutes.


Informe Semanal started broadcast on March 31, 1973, then titled "Semanal Informativo" and hosted by José Antonio Silva and directed by Pedro Erquicia. Since then they have issued more than 6000 reports.

In 1978 Erquicia left the direction of the program and was replaced by Jorge Martinez Reverte and for some time the format was changed and live interviews were featured.