NAHJ Elects New Board Members

By Chris Ariens 

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The National Association of Hispanic Journalists announced new leadership at the quadrennial Unity conference on Friday.

Hugo Balta, (right) a coordinating producer at ESPN, was elected president of the organization. Balta has held previous leadership roles at MSNBC and at  New York stations WNBC, WNJU, and WCBS. Mekahlo Medina, a reporter at KNBC, was elected VP of broadcast. Here’s a look at other new board members and officers.

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