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Neyda Sandoval

Journalist

Neida Sandoval (born March 20, 1961 in Minas de Oro, Comayagua, Honduras) is a journalist and television news anchor. She enjoys horseriding, having grown up in her native Honduras. She is married to an American David Cochran. She has twins; a girl and a boy, Aline Aída and Abener David, and currently lives in Miami. In 1980 Neida Sandoval started in Honduras as a TV anchor, she is well known because of the Sunday TV program: Proyecciones Militares (Military Projections). In 1987, she married an American citizen and moved to the United States. She joined KLUZ Channel 41 (an affiliate of Univision) in Alburquerque, New Mexico as reporter and news anchor in 1988. Sandoval later worked for KWEZ Channel 41, a Univision affiliate in San Antonio, Texas, again as a reporter and news anchor. In 1992 she was hired as a correspondent for Univision News and Noticias y Más (News and more) (later known as Primer Impacto - First Impact). Sandoval has reported on stories such as the Oklahoma City bombing, the Waco standoff, the death of singer Selena, and the 1993 floods in Iowa and Missouri. During her two-year tenure with Noticias y Más, she was nominated for an Emmy award for her contribution  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1961-03-20
Place of birth
Minas de Oro
Profession
Journalist, TV Journalist

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