Patricia Janiot Wiki
Patricia Janiot is an Colombian journalist from Colombia currently a former presenter for CNN since.
Patricia Janiot Biography
Janiot got enrolled at the Universidad de la Sabana based in Bogota, she got her bachelor’s degree in journalism and social communications. The “Universidad de La Sabana” is a Colombian private higher education institution that was established in 1979.
She as well studied broadcasting, radio, and television production at the Colegio Superior de Telecomunicaciones situated in Bogotal. She also acquired her degree in English at Cambridge University. The University of Cambridge is the second oldest university in the English speaking world and is regarded as one of the world’s top five universities.
Patricia Janiot Nationality
She has dual citizenship of America and Colombia. After leaving CNN she now resides at her home in Colombia.
Patricia Janiot Age
Patricia Janiot was born on October 2nd 1963, in Bucaramanga the capital city of the department of Santander, Colombia.
Patricia Janiot Family
Patricia Janiot’s father is an Argentinean Football player, who played for the Atlético Bucaramanga, and her mother is Zunilda Martirena.
Patricia Janiot Husband
Patricia Janiot is a married person, she is married to Miguel Yelos San martin the couple resides in Atlanta, Georgia at present.
Patricia Janiot Children
The couple has two children Tadeo and Tabata.
Patricia Janiot Height
More information about her height is not available at this moment. However, we shall update it as soon as possible.
Patricia Janiot Salary and Net Worth
Patricia Janiot’s net worth is believed to have grown significantly as of in 2018, however, we do not have that exact net worth details in our database, his net worth is yet to be updated. According to our related sources, Patricia Janiot’s estimated net worth is Under Review.
Patricia Janiot CNN
Patricia started off her career as an interior designer, she got interested in journalism due to her ethnic background that took her to various places in both America and Europe. She undertook her internship in journalism and began her career at CNN in 1992. She believed CNN was her best platform to prove herself as a journalist. She started off as an anchor for the show Noticiero Telemundo CNN, which was a famous show in CNN and it has been widely seen by people in the state. She then shifted to CNN International as anchor.
In 1997 when CNN en Espanol, CNN’s 24-hour Spanish language television and radio news channel which broadcasts to the United States of America and Latin America was launched, she was appointed the lead news anchor and she become popular among the people and news readers as CNN en Español features newscasts throughout the day.
In 2016 she carried the Spanish language feed for Major League Baseball postseason games carried by sister network TBS. She was as well the weekly columnist at CNN Radio en Espanol and served additionally as the adviser to both the general manager and the vice president of the network.
She also anchors the shows NuestroMundo Our World, Patricia Janiot Presenta, and Panorama Mundial World-wide Panorama. There was that rapid growth in her career that people and other televisions been appreciated her lover towards journalism, as a news anchor.
Patricia Janiot Leaving CNN
Janiot took her time to thanked all the congratulations and wishes of success. Through the Univision press release, Janiot worked as co-presenter of Telemundo-CNN’s primetime news, then was on CNN from 1992 to 1997, and later became CNN’s main host in Spanish, from 1997 to November 2017. For these 25 years, the she covered world events and has interviewed political leaders such as Bill Clinton, Augusto Pinochet, Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez.
Patricia Janiot a univision
After leaving CNN’s as a Spanish-language broadcast for two decades, she took up her new duties at Univision news. in January 2018. she was to co-anchor Univision’s late-night newscast, “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna,” with Enrique Acevedo starting. She will as well serve as co-anchor for the weekly primetime newsmagazine “Aquí y Ahora” (Here and Now)with Ilia Calderón and Teresa Rodríguez, and launch a new Latin America-focused news program on all Univision News digital platforms. She is as well expected to develop content for special programs.
Patricia Janiot Intervew Bayardo Arce – Patricia Janiot Entrevista Bayardo Arce
On 25th aprill2018, according to Univision, in an interview with Patricia Janiot, Bayardo Arce stated that the Nicaraguan president did not wait for the deadlines requested by the business sector. This was due to financial pressure from social security and the urgency to respond to“the risk of an illiquidity that would prevent paying pensions.”
Daniel Ortega being the collaborator said that there was no repression only by the police, but a “situation, as is often the case in social phenomena, in which (there is) a time when you lose control.”
Patricia Janiot Award
Janiot has received many journalism accolades including,
- Golden Mike Award in 1990 for best newscast by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California,
- Emmy Award nomination, and Colombia’s Simon Bolivar award for investigative journalism.
- Janiot was also named to the Hispanic Media 100 in 2001,
2002 Spanish-language Television Industry Award (INTE) for “”Best Female News Personality.