A news anchor with two decades of experience in Los Angeles has been tapped to help the 6pm and 11pm weeknight newscasts at Univision’s KDTV-14 in the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose DMA.
Taking the role is Palmira Pérez, who Univision Bay Area VP/Regional News Director Carolina Nuñez calls “a trusted journalist with a vast experience of giving voice to our community and covering the topics affecting Latinos in California and in our nation.”
Pérez formerly anchored the 5pm and 10pm newscasts on Spanish-language unaffiliated station KWHY-22, presently owned by Meruelo Media; Pérez was part of the MundoMax team, and prior to that with MundoFox, at KWHY. In fact, Pérez had been with KWHY since July 2001, starting as a reporter.
Peréz is a native of Mexico and holds a law degree from Universidad de Guadalajara.