Adolfo Segura Named VP of News for Telemundo San Diego

By Kevin Eck 

Adolfo Segura has been named vice president of news for Telemundo San Diego (KUAN).

Segura comes from Telemundo 33 (KCSO) and Telemundo 51 Fresno (KNSO) where he was the vp of news.

Starting August 28, Segura will be responsible for overseeing the station’s newsrooms, including all multi-platform news operations and performance. He’ll report directly to Melissa “Missy” Crawford, president and general manager of NBC 7 and Telemundo 20.


“We are excited to welcome Adolfo to our team and are confident that his strategic vision will further enhance the impact and reach of Telemundo 20’s newsroom,” said Crawford. “His proven track record of expanding news operations and fostering a unified approach to storytelling aligns perfectly with our station’s values. We look forward to his contributions as we continue to serve the diverse communities of San Diego.”

Segura has also worked as the vice president of news of Telemundo 60 (KVDA) for six years where he oversaw the launch of the station’s first border news bureau, a first for the San Antonio DMA. Segura has also held other newsroom roles at Univision and Telemundo.