Nelson Bocaranda

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Nelson Bocaranda Sardi (18 April, 1945, Boconó, Trujillo), is a Venezuelan television commentator and investigative journalist.

Bocaranda Sardi began studying journalism in 1962 at the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas and started working for television station RCTV in the early 1980s, then worked for television station Venevisión in the 1990s under Oscar Yanes, who was his journalism professor. He has worked in several Venezuelan television stations as well as radio. On Unión Radio, he has a weekday show, "Los Runrunes de Nelson", and he writes for several newspapers, including El Universal.[1]

He received Venezuela's Premio Nacional de Periodismo (National Journalism Prize) and is considered one of the best Venezuelan journalists by his colleagues.[2][3]

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