Noticiero Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [notiˈsjeɾo uniβiˈsjon]; Spanish for Univision News) is the flagship daily evening television news program of Noticias Univision, the news division of the American Spanish language broadcast television network KMEX-DT. First aired in 1987 for Spanish International Network, the program provides a general rundown of the day's headlines, with a story focus that skews more towards events occurring in Latin America; story content relating to the United States on the program centers on news stories and issues of utmost importance to Hispanic and Latino Americans (with reports focusing on immigration and diplomatic relations with Latin America highlighted regularly, as well as issues relating to government, healthcare and economic issues).

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  • Noticiero Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [notiˈsjeɾo uniβiˈsjon]; Spanish for Univision News) is the flagship daily evening television news program of Noticias Univision, the news division of the American Spanish language broadcast television network KMEX-DT. First aired in 1987 for Spanish International Network, the program provides a general rundown of the day's headlines, with a story focus that skews more towards events occurring in Latin America; story content relating to the United States on the program centers on news stories and issues of utmost importance to Hispanic and Latino Americans (with reports focusing on immigration and diplomatic relations with Latin America highlighted regularly, as well as issues relating to government, healthcare and economic issues). Since 1988, the flagship early-evening broadcast has been co-anchored by Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas; the program's late-evening edition, Noticiero Univision: Edición Nocturna (Spanish for Univision News: Late Edition), is currently anchored by Ilia Calderón (who has served as anchor of that edition since 2009) and Enrique Acevedo (who joined the program in 2012). The program's weekend editions, Noticiero Univision: Fin de Semana (Spanish for Univision News: Weekend), are currently co-anchored by Félix de Bedout (who joined the program in 2011) and Arantxa Loizaga (who became co-anchor in 2014). The two evening programs are respectively broadcast live at 6:30 and 11:35 p.m. Eastern Time and Pacific Time seven nights a week (with a rebroadcast at 4:30 a.m. Eastern and Pacific). In addition, the parent Noticias Univision division airs co-branded hourly, one-minute news capsules under the title Breve Informativo de Noticiero Univision (Spanish for Univision News Brief) that air during commercial breaks – except those featured during the early- and late-evening newscasts – throughout the broadcast day on the network. It is currently the most watched Spanish language network newscast in the United States, regularly beating its nearest rival, Telemundo's Noticiero Telemundo; it is also has some of the highest viewership among the key demographic of adults ages 18 to 49 among all evening news programs in the U.S., second only to NBC Nightly News, with a median viewer age of 44, at least ten years younger than the average age of its English language evening news competitors. The program is based out of Noticias Univision's "NewsPort" facilities in Doral, Florida. (en)
  • Noticiero Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [notiˈsjeɾo uniβiˈsjon]; Spanish for 'Univision News') is the flagship daily evening television news program of Noticias Univision, the news division of the American Spanish language broadcast television network KMEX-DT. First aired in 1987 for Spanish International Network, the program provides a general rundown of the day's headlines, with a story focus that skews more towards events occurring in Latin America; story content relating to the United States on the program centers on news stories and issues of utmost importance to Hispanic and Latino Americans (with reports focusing on immigration and diplomatic relations with Latin America highlighted regularly, as well as issues relating to government, healthcare and economic issues). Since 1988, the flagship early-evening broadcast has been co-anchored by Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas; the program's late-evening edition, Noticiero Univision: Edición Nocturna (Spanish for 'Univision News: Late Edition'), is currently anchored by Ilia Calderón (who has served as anchor of that edition since 2009) and Enrique Acevedo (who joined the program in 2012). The program's weekend editions, Noticiero Univision: Fin de Semana (Spanish for 'Univision News: Weekend'), are currently co-anchored by Félix de Bedout (who joined the program in 2011) and Arantxa Loizaga (who became co-anchor in 2014). The two evening programs are respectively broadcast live at 6:30 and 11:35 p.m. Eastern Time and Pacific Time seven nights a week (with a rebroadcast at 4:30 a.m. Eastern and Pacific). In addition, the parent Noticias Univision division airs co-branded hourly, one-minute news capsules under the title Breve Informativo de Noticiero Univision (Spanish for 'Univision News Brief') that air during commercial breaks – except those featured during the early- and late-evening newscasts – throughout the broadcast day on the network. It is currently the most watched Spanish language network newscast in the United States, regularly beating its nearest rival, Telemundo's Noticiero Telemundo; it is also has some of the highest viewership among the key demographic of adults ages 18 to 49 among all evening news programs in the U.S., second only to NBC Nightly News, with a median viewer age of 44, at least ten years younger than the average age of its English language evening news competitors. The program is based out of Noticias Univision's "NewsPort" facilities in Doral, Florida. (en)
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  • Noticiero Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [notiˈsjeɾo uniβiˈsjon]; Spanish for Univision News) is the flagship daily evening television news program of Noticias Univision, the news division of the American Spanish language broadcast television network KMEX-DT. First aired in 1987 for Spanish International Network, the program provides a general rundown of the day's headlines, with a story focus that skews more towards events occurring in Latin America; story content relating to the United States on the program centers on news stories and issues of utmost importance to Hispanic and Latino Americans (with reports focusing on immigration and diplomatic relations with Latin America highlighted regularly, as well as issues relating to government, healthcare and economic issues). (en)
  • Noticiero Univision (Spanish pronunciation: [notiˈsjeɾo uniβiˈsjon]; Spanish for 'Univision News') is the flagship daily evening television news program of Noticias Univision, the news division of the American Spanish language broadcast television network KMEX-DT. First aired in 1987 for Spanish International Network, the program provides a general rundown of the day's headlines, with a story focus that skews more towards events occurring in Latin America; story content relating to the United States on the program centers on news stories and issues of utmost importance to Hispanic and Latino Americans (with reports focusing on immigration and diplomatic relations with Latin America highlighted regularly, as well as issues relating to government, healthcare and economic issues). (en)
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