Rubén Sánchez

Rubén Sánchez is the main radio news personality at Univisión Radio (WKAQ-AM) in San Juan, Puerto Rico as well as anchorman for several TV daily news interview programs.

Born in San Juan on March 3, 1963, Sánchez is a graduate of the Universidad del Sagrado Corazon. For years, he was deputy director of the news department at the Notiuno radio network in Puerto Rico, rising to the post of news director. Subsequently hired by Univisíon, he currently anchors the radio network's morning drive time newscast from 6 to 9 am, conducts a two-hour highly-rated daily news interview program and co-anchored a political analysis program with the late political analyst Juan Manuel García Passalacqua. At WAPA-TV, he anchored A Calzón Quitao, a daily mid-afternoon news interview program and a political news edition on prime time Friday evenings. Both programs were carried by WAPA's nationwide superstation, WAPA-América, seen by Puerto Ricans and other Hispanics in many mainland U.S. media markets. He currently anchors a similar program on Puerto Rico's Channel 24.

Sánchez has also served as a part-time journalism professor at Turabo University in Caguas, Puerto Rico.

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  • Univision biography (Spanish)
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