Isabel Peralta-Hill has joined Telemundo 47 (WNJU) as a general assignment reporter.
“Isabel is an exceptional journalist and takes great pride in her work. For nearly two decades, she has covered stories large and small from coast-to-coast, including the Tri-State. She will be a wonderful addition to our news team and look forward to her live reports, starting next month,” said Freddy Oldenburg, Telemundo 47 vice president of news.
Her first day with WNJU is Monday, October 10. Her first on-air appearance is expected later this month.
Peralta-Hill joins Telemundo 47 from Univision 41 (WXTV) in New Jersey, where she covered the Tri-State area as a freelance reporter since 2019.
“I have long admired the work of Telemundo 47. WNJU’s journalists are among the very best in the business,” said Peralta-Hill. “They report the news with professionalism, integrity and empathy. I’m very excited to join the station’s award-winning news team, and I look forward to serving our Tri-State’s Spanish-speaking communities through this new and exciting role.”
Preralta-Hill has also worked as a freelance reporter for WNJU’s sister station Telemundo 51 (WSCV) in Miami—and has reported for Mundofox 22 (KWHY) in Los Angeles, Univision 14 (KDTV) in San Francisco, Univision 21 (KFTV) in Fresno and Azteca America and Univision (KSVN and KUTH) in Salt Lake City, where she began her career.