Joaquín López-Dóriga

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Joaquín López-Dóriga
Joaquin Lopez-Doriga.jpg
Born (1947-02-07) February 7, 1947 (age 69)
Madrid, Spain
Occupation Journalist

Joaquín López-Dóriga Velandia (born February 7, 1947 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish Mexican journalist.

At the age of 18 he started working as a journalist for the daily El Heraldo de México and two years later he joined Jacobo Zabludovsky in the television news program 24 Horas.

In 1988 he was appointed news director of the Instituto Mexicano de la Televisión (Imevisión).

He currently hosts the late evening news show El Noticiero con Joaquín López-Dóriga on Canal de las Estrellas. He also hosts the radio talk show López-Dóriga for Radio Fórmula Network, writes for Milenio Diario and co-hosts the talk show Tercer Grado.

López-Dóriga is known for spinning his chair at the end of his program on Canal de las Estrellas.

López-Dóriga is a member of the CNDH Consultant Council.

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Media offices
Preceded by
Guillermo Ortega Ruiz
Televisa Nightly News Anchor
April 3, 2000 – August 19, 2016
Succeeded by
Denise Maerker