Telemundo Adds Reporter to Washington Bureau

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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Telemundo has named a new Washington, D.C. correspondent.

Mexican journalist Javier Vega will join bureau chief Victoria Rivas-Vázquez in the nation’s capital.

“Javier Vega comes to the epicenter of political activity in the United States to reinforce our philosophy of ‘telling it like it is,’” said Rivas-Vazquez. “In Washington, information is being generated at an unprecedented rate and the inclusion of a journalist of Vega’s talent and experience reaffirms our commitment to the Latino community at this critical time.” 

Previously, Vega worked as a Noticias Telemundo correspondent in Mexico.