Enrique Acevedo is co-anchor of “Noticiero Univision Edición Nocturna,” Univision’s late evening newscast (weekdays at 11:30 p.m.) and a top-rated program in the United States.
A seasoned journalist, Acevedo has reported on key news stories all over the world, including the earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, the AIDS epidemic in Africa, the humanitarian crisis in Haiti and the drug wars in Mexico.
Before joining Univision, Acevedo served as special correspondent and anchor NBC-Telemundo. He also worked as a senior reporter for Televisa’s special investigations bureau in Mexico where he hosted “La Otra Agenda,” a daily news program on ForoTV, Televisa’s 24-hour cable news channel. Acevedo was also a correspondent for the network’s investigative news magazine “Los Reporteros.” Before joining Televisa, he was a national affairs reporter and special projects editor at Mexico’s leading newspaper Reforma.
He has been honored twice with the National Journalism Award by Club de Periodistas de Mexico (Mexico’s Journalism Club) and is the recipient of the prestigious José Pagés Llergo award. A graduate of Columbia University, Acevedo holds a master’s degree in Journalism and serves on the editorial board of the London- based electronic newspaper, The Periscope Post.