Who is Julio Vaqueiro?
Julio Vaqueiro is a Mexican-American broadcast journalist. He serves as the host of Telemundo’s weekend newscast, “Noticias Telemundo Fin de Semana,” which airs on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:30 p.m. ET and 5:30 p.m. CDT.
An Emmy-winning journalist, Vaquiero has covered breaking news topics like the War on Drugs, the Venezuelan crisis, and the situation at the US-Mexico border.
Julio Vaqueiro Age
Vaqueiro is in his 30’s. Although he has not shared his exact age, we shall update this section as soon as we come across his birth details.
Julio Vaqueiro Height
Vaqueiro stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Vaqueiro graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Universidad Anáhuac del Norte in Mexico City.
Julio Vaqueiro Nationality
Vaqueiro is originally from Mexico but currently works in USA. He holds the Mexican Nationality, we are not so sure whether or not he has the American nationality.
Julio Vaqueiro Wife
Vaqueiro is married to Fernando Vaqueito. The couple hosted their wedding on April 5, 2014 in Mexico. Julio and his wife are blessed with three children. Their first born child, a son named Satiago was born in 2016.
The couple welcomed their second child, a son named Isabela in December 2017 and their last born child, a son named Jero was born in 2020 during the worldwide lock down.
Julio Vaqueiro Salary
Vaqueiro earns an average salary of $68,637. He works as the anchor of Telemundo’s “Noticias Telemundo Fin de Semana.
Julio Vaqueiro Net Worth
Vaqueiro has an estimated net worth of $800,000. He generates his income from his career as a journalist.
Julio Vaqueiro Noticias Telemundo
Vaqueiro, a Mexican native, began his career as a reporter for a local TV station. He stated that his first job taught him the basics of journalism and prepared him for a later career as a Telemundo journalist covering Mexico City.
From 2013 until 2017, he co-anchored Telemundo 52 Los Angeles/KVEA before joining Telemundo Network. He has also contributed to MSNBC and worked as a Telemundo news correspondent in Mexico for “Al Rojo Vivo with Mara Celeste.”
Vaqueiro worked as a news writer, reporter, and anchor for Efekto TV in Mexico City before relocating to the US. His path from Mexico to his current position as one of Telemundo’s top newscasters was a long process.
He shared his experiences as a Latino journalist as well as an anchor for one of the biggest Spanish-language networks in the nation with students at the Annenberg Media Center.
He said, “I arrived here when I was 24.” “So, I mean, I had just moved to the country. Although I had some concept of the culture and how things worked around here, it was difficult for me to immigrate from Mexico.
Vaqueiro advised students not to take criticism or praise to heart when they were asked about overcoming obstacles and retaining a passion for delivering relevant journalism.
Senior journalism major Andrés Guadrón thought his advice would be beneficial for his future profession. His advice also motivated journalism students who are not Latino. Vaqueiro’s conversation touched sophomore journalism student Daniel Marable.
Julio Vaqueiro TV Shows
– Noticias Telemundo fin de semana
– Noticiero Telemundo
– Noticiero Telemundo fin de semana: Extras
– Noticias Telemundo Coronavirus: Un pais en alerta
Julio Vaqueiro Socials
Whe College Did Julio Attend?
Julio was a student at Universidad Anáhuac del Norte in Mexico City.