Las Vegas, NV – (June 24, 2019) – Telemundo Las Vegas / KBLR announced today that Paulo Alvarado has been named Multimedia Journalist. Alvarado joins Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas on weekdays at 5 PM, 5:30 PM, 6 PM and 11 PM. Alvarado will join the team on July 1.
“We are excited to welcome Paulo to our diverse and committed news team,” said Marialcy Carreno, News Director of Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas. “We are confident that his talent and experience will be tremendous assets in our efforts to continue serving our community.”
Alvarado joins KBLR after working as a multimedia journalist for Telemundo Austin/KEYE since 2017. In this role, he reported for the stations’ newscasts at 5pm and 10pm. Previously, he worked for Univision Kansas City/KUKC as news anchor and content manager from 2016-2017. Before this, Alvarado worked in his native country of Costa Rica, as anchor/reporter and social media manager for Canal 9 from 2011 to 2014. His previous experience was with Televisa in Mexico City, where he served as a reporter, media relations and production assistant from 2009 to 2011. Alvarado earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, with an emphasis in television and radio production, from the Universidad Latina de Costa Rica. He also studied in Argentina, Mexico and Spain, where he earned two master’s degrees in Business Administration with an emphasis on marketing and human resources.
About Telemundo Las Vegas
Telemundo Las Vegas / KBLR is Telemundo local television station, serving the Spanish-speaking community in the Las Vegas market. Owned by NBCUniversal, Telemundo Las Vegas has been delivering local news, information and entertainment to viewers throughout Southern Nevada for nearly 20 years. Viewers turn to Telemundo Las Vegas for breaking news, weather and sports headlines across a variety of platforms, including online at TelemundoLasVegas.com and via mobile and social media channels. Telemundo Las Vegas demonstrates its commitment to the community by cultivating local partnerships and capturing the diversity of Southern Nevada.
Gloria L. Flores