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Jorge Ramos

Journalist from United States of America

Jorge Ramos Ávalos (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxorxe ˈramos]; born March 17, 1958) is a Mexican-born naturalized American Journalist, anchor for Noticiero Univision and host of the Sunday morning news talk show Al Punto. Jorge Ramos has won eight Emmy Awards and the Maria Moors Cabot Award for excellence in journalism. He has been the anchorman for Univision News since 1986 and has appeared on NBC's Today, CNN's Talk Back Live, ABC's Nightline, CBS's Early Show, and Fox News's The O'Reilly Factor, among others. He is the bestselling author of No Borders: A Journalist's Search for Home and Dying to Cross. He lives in Florida. Ramos joined Univision, Telemundo, Fox Sports, ESPN Deportes, and many others in 1985. He has interviewed multiple world leaders including Fidel Castro, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Evo Morales, Hugo Chávez, Terry Porter, Rafael Correa, Fernando Ferrer, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and many others. Ramos started working at a radio station in Mexico City. However, he left his country (Mexico) when the biggest Mexican television network censored a report he had made. Looking for another way of life, he immigrated to the U.S. He came to the United States with a student  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1958-03-17
Place of birth
Mexico
Nationality
United States of America
Profession
Journalist, Writer

Education

Institution From To
University of Miami
Universidad Iberoamericana
University of California, Los Angeles

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