For more than six years as the author of the CDN show, Samir Saba accepts a new challenge: reading the news.
The journalist now has on his shoulders the responsibility of running the evening program “Agenda Notizosa” which was in charge of Jean Sun a few days ago.
“I have always said that journalists with a school are trained to address all topics. I do not trust labels. For example, in 2014, Oswaldo Santana appointed me as the Palace Correspondent for the El Caribe newspaper, and that experience was invaluable,” he recalled.
Seven years later, he said, “I have been given this great opportunity to report on major news events in the country, without having to neglect my regular work on the channel and hide Jeanne on camera a few times.”
Alba Nellie Familia and Paloma Colombo, Directors and Production Managers of Channel 37, acknowledge that Sabah is excited, grateful and reassuring in its commitment to this commitment, respectively.
The “news program” airs on the television station’s social networks from Monday to Friday, at 5 pm, after the Ministry of Education’s distant classes, and it returns to the small screen.
With this role as the ‘anchor’ of news broadcasting, the renowned journalist will continue to lead the “Formoses Insight” program, as well as sections of the “More than News” and “Final Focus” program.
Samir Sabah started in the media in 1997, when he was just 16 years old.
During his nearly 24 years of experience, he has worked for written journalism, radio and television media such as CERTV, Telendillas, Liston Diario, El Garibe and CDN.
Currently, he is also the person responsible for public relations for the National Council for Children and Adolescents (Conani).