Ricardo Brown (journalist)

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Ricardo Brown is a Cuban-born television journalist who lives in Miami, Florida. Currently, he hosts El Factor Brown, a nightly news commentary hourly show broadcast by WGEN-TV, Channel 8, in Miami.

Career[edit]

Brown formerly worked as a reporter and assignment editor for English language WVIT in Hartford, Connecticut and as an International Correspondent for the Spanish International Network, Univision, Telemundo and CBS Telenoticias. He was News Director for the HBC National (now called Univision Radio) newscast which aired over Telemundo and for CBS Telenoticias.

Brown has covered major news events in over fifty countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia. He is a four-time Emmy Award winner.[citation needed] He was also News Director for the Radio Unica network, a weekly columnist for the Terra USA Internet Site, and a daily commentator for PRISA's Grupo Latino de Radio.

Currently he also works as commentator in WLVJ-1020 AM in Miami (Actualidad 1020) with the Venezuela-born journalist Lourdes Ubieta Monday to Friday from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Actualidad Miami 1020" official site. Retrieved Mar 29, 2010.