Telemundo Sending Crews to Cover Pope’s Mexico Tour

By Kevin Eck 

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When Pope Francis arrives in Mexico on Friday for a six day trip, some NBCUniversal-owned Telemundo stations will have reporters and anchors on the scene for live reports.

Telemundo 52 Los Angeles (KVEA), Houston (KTMD), 39 Dallas-Ft. Worth (KXTX), 60 San Antonio (KVDA), Phoenix (KTAZ), 40 Rio Grande Valley (KTLM) and Denver (KDEN) are sending anchors and reporters to Mexico to follow the Pope’s visit.

Telemundo’s dedicated Mexico City bureau reporter Jazive Pérez will also make her reports available to all the Telemundo-owned and affiliate stations.

The coverage will also be available on the station’s digital platforms.

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