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Rebeka Smyth and Arantxa Loizaga taken on new roles at Telemundo

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Rebeka Smyth and Arantxa Loizaga taken on new roles at Telemundo

Arantxa Loizaga and Rebeka Smyth have increased roles at the network.

Noticias Telemundo announced today the appointment of Emmy-award winning journalist Arantxa Loizaga as anchor of “Noticias en la Noche,” the network’s late-night newscast which airs weekdays at 11:35 PM ET/10:35 CT.

Rebeka Smyth was also named to the news anchor team on the morning program ‘hoyDía.’

Patsy Loris, executive vice president of Noticias Telemundo:

“Aranxta and Rebeka are highly talented journalists with an unwavering commitment to journalistic excellence and decades of experience covering the most important issues impacting the Hispanic community. Their new assignments build on our commitment to providing Latinos with impactful, objective and rigorously reported news.”

Loizaga, most recently a news anchor on ‘hoyDía‘, has covered the day’s top news stories on the morning program and conducted high-profile interviews with First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and former President George W. Bush among others. Loizaga joined Noticias Telemundo last year as part of the anchor team on ‘hoyDía‘, which features the latest headlines, weather, entertainment news and interviews with newsmakers.

Smyth, an Emmy awarding-winning journalist, joins as the news anchor at ‘hoyDía.’ She recently led the “Sin Filtro” segment featuring in-depth interviews with newsmakers and personalities. Since joining Noticias Telemundo in 2015, Smyth has held numerous roles. She anchored the 11:30 pm newscast and co-hosted the news magazine Al Rojo Vivo. Formerly she served as the New York correspondent for the national news network. Smyth began her career as a local anchor in Telemundo’s station in Arizona.

Patsy Loris, executive vice president of Noticias Telemundo:

“We enthusiastically congratulate both Aranxta and Rebeka on their new assignments. 2022 has been a fast-moving and consequential news year. And with this year’s midterm elections expected to be among the most closely followed, it is a critical time to ensure Latinos are getting the most comprehensive information they need to make decisions every day.”

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