Alejandro Villalvazo has been driving Meridian Facts since 2011, but now there will be changes in the news programming of Aztec TV, with the aim of renewing the news that is transmitted daily to millions of people. Among the new changes, it has been revealed that the Mexican journalist Lucy Bravo It will be the new partner de Villalvazo on his news program.
Despite the expected changes in the programming of Aztec TV, Alejandro Villalvazowho has had a long career in the company, will continue directing the newscast Meridian Facts at 2:00 p.m. The only difference is that your new partner be Lucy Bravo. These changes are scheduled for May 1 and seek to give a new focus to the company’s news area.
The host Lucy Bravo at the moment He is the owner of the morning newscast ‘Hechos AM’ and the program ‘Noticias de Ida y Vuelta’, both broadcast by Azteca Uno, as well as an analyst on the ‘Red MX’ program on ADN 40. Both channels are owned by the television station Aztec TV. In addition, she is a columnist in the magazine ‘Vértigo’, where she is in charge of a column called Aldea Global and also collaborates with the newspaper ‘El Economista’, covering the main political events in Mexico and the world and worked as a collaborator in the magazine Líder .
Lucy Bravo, new partner de Villalvazo, has worked as an international correspondent for several television channels, including Azteca Uno, ADN 40 and Fuerza Informativa Latinoamericana, where her special reports on important events such as the 2019 Doha Forum and the 2020 United States presidential elections stand out. In addition, the presenter of TV Aztec He has conducted interviews with national and international political leaders and businessmen, including the President of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele.
The new presenter of Meridian Factsas of May 1, is a journalist specializing in foreign policy, economics, international trade, diplomacy and geopolitics, is a graduate of Communication Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has a long career in communication government, after having worked for two years in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, for which he has established himself as a relevant figure in business journalism.