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After two decades behind the anchor desk, María Leticia Gómez has left KDTV Univision 14 to become Santa Clara County’s Director of the Office of Public Affairs.
She starts her new role on September 1, 2017.
Gómez had been an anchor and reporter for Univision 14 since 2000. Prior to moving to California, she worked as an anchor and reporter for Univision in New York City and a correspondent for Canal de Noticias NBC.
Weekend anchor Ramón Adame is replacing Gómez on an interim basis while the station conducts a search for a weekday primetime anchor. Reporter Beatriz Ferrari is filling in for Adame on weekends.
Filed Under: People, TV & Radio Tagged With: KDTV, María Leticia Gómez, Ramon Adame, Univision 14
Emmy award-winning journalist and former president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ). Currently a reporter for Voice of America, she has worked as an on-air reporter, anchor, writer and producer for Spanish and English-language TV, print and online media, including Univision, Telemundo, Fox 11 News in L.A. and the San Jose Mercury News.
Hispanic media and entertainment contributor to Forbes.
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