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Rogelio Mora-Tagle

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Rogelio Mora-Tagle is a Journalist with 20 years of experience. He graduated from the School of Journalism Carlos Septien Garcia, located in Mexico City, the first school of its kind and known for launching the careers of many recognized journalists in that country. 

In the last year and a half he was a correspondent based out of Mexico City for Telemundo, where he did plenty stories about the war launched by the Mexican government against the drug lords.  He has traveled to Ciudad Juarez to cover the murders of three people related to the U.S. consulate in that city.  

And recently, he was sent to Venezuela to cover the parliamentary election. This year he participated in sme of the most important coverages for Telemundo, like the signing of the Arizona’s anti immigration law or the celebration of bicentennial of Mexican Independence.

This past January Rogelio was sent to Haiti to cover the devastating earthquake that destroyed part of that country. Last summer he covered the North American Leader's summit in Guadalajara, Mexico where Presidents Barack Obama, Felipe Calderon and Primer Minister of Canada Stephen Harper held trilateral meetings.

For more than 10 years he has worked with Telemundo Network; in its international cable channel Telemundo International and as anchor for Noticiero Telemundo Fin de Semana at national level.

His hard work and dedication allowed him to anchor Noticiero Telemundo, Cada Dia andHoy en el Mundo.  From the studios, Rogelio transmitted breaking news such as the September 11 attacks, the capture of Saddam Hussein after the Iraq invasion, the death of Pope John Paul II, the succession of Joseph Ratzinger as the new Pope directly from the Vatican City, the return to power of the President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez and the tragedy of the Space Shuttle Columbia. He also participated in the coverage of the war in Iraq and the U.S. presidential elections of 2000 and 2004.   

Noticiero Telemundo Fin de Semana has transmitted from Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, Mexico City, Tapachula, Mexico; City of Guatemala. He was also sent to cover presidential elections in El Salvador, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Nicaragua, and Mexico. In all of these locations, Rogelio took advantage of his duality as an anchor and reporter.

He has also interviewed numerous presidents of Latin America and major figures of different disciplines. His experience in this genre includes athelets, artists, intellectuals, singers and actors.  Rogelio had worked in Mexico City for the radio station Nucleo Radio Mil (NRM) as the Sports Bureau Chief.

His work is not limited to electronic media, in print journalism he was the managing editor for the mexican newspaper Marcador and it was until he worked as a correspondent for CBS Telenoticias that he was offered to come to the United States to work as a sports anchor in 1997.  Time later, he moved to news and even though he narrated soccer matches for Telemundo Network, he decided to focus in the area of news.   Rogelio Mora-Tagle has lived 13 years in the United States: the first 11 in Miami, Florida, and one year in Los Angeles, California where he anchored various shows for Telemundo KVEA and participated as an anchor and senior reporter for the program En Contexto. During his time in Los Angeles he worked closely with the Mexican community that represents a majority in the Hispanic market in this country.

Rogelio Mora-Tagle was born in Mexico City on December 14, 1966.