Fernando del Rincón
Fernando del Rincón is the anchor for Conclusiones, the primetime show that monitors the key happenings of the day, and Fuentes Confiables where it analyzes the most relevant news of the international event, from the perspective of the most outstanding professionals journalist. Del Rincón has covered a broad range of series of international news events such as, the outcomes of the tsunami and earthquake in Japan; Pope John Paul II’s visit to Mexico and his death and funeral in the Vatican; the death of music icon Celia Cruz; the forest fires in California; the Iraq war; the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, among many others.
In January of 2006 he received one of the highest honors known in the country for his 20 uninterrupted years of work, making his mark in the hall of fame. In 2011 he was chosen as the best news anchor on TV as a popular vote by People en Español magazine. Before joining CNN en Español, Del Rincón was the entertainment and news anchor for the daily and primetime newscast “Mega News” of Mega TV. Del Rincón was an anchor and reporter for the daily investigative show “Primer Impacto” and “Ver Para Creer,” both on Univision. In Mexico, he was at the helm of Televisa Monterrey’s newscast, and was a contributor to Reforma newspaper.
Born in Morelos, Mexico, he began his career in radio and television in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas. He is fluent in English and Spanish.