News Anchor José Díaz-Balart To Host Telemundo GOP Presidential Debate Focused on Issues Relevant to the Hispanic Community, Including Jobs, Health, Education and Immigration.
Telemundo announced today that it will produce and broadcast its first ever Republican Presidential debate from Las Vegas, Nevada in early December, weeks before the primary season begins in key states with a high concentration of Hispanics. The prime time debate, broadcast in Spanish, will be hosted by Telemundo news anchor José Díaz-Balart and will focus on all issues and topics of concern to the Hispanic community, including the economy, health, and immigration and education policies, among others.
Telemundo has invited the Republican Presidential candidates to establish a direct dialogue with the Hispanic community and address the issues that matter to them at a critical time in our country.
The debate, produced in partnership with NBC News, will be broadcast live on Telemundo and its stations reaching nearly all U.S. Hispanic viewers in our country, and may be rebroadcast at a different time across other NBC News platforms.
The debate is part of “Decisión 2012,” a Telemundo News initiative housing all political coverage related to the 2012 elections.
Users will be able to obtain all the information on this debate through Telemundo’s digital platforms and social sites by visiting www.Telemundo.com or on Facebook “Noticias Telemundo” and Twitter on @TelemundoNews.