Nathalia Ortiz is a reporter of the morning newscast “Noticiero Telemundo Nueva York Primera Edicion.” She received a Bachelor’s in Communications, with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism.

Some of her earliest on-camera work includes reporting for several Univision network shows, among these the fast-paced teen magazine show, “Control,” as well as a regular segment on “Caliente.” Nathalia also co-hosted a weekly entertainment show called “Romance” for a local cable network, LTV in 2003.

In 2005 Nathalia was entrusted with essential aspects of live events, including Univision’s premiere award show, “Premio Lo Nuestro”, the “Latin Grammys,” and “Premios Juventud,” for which she was part of the original production team.

Nathalia decided to shift her focus completely to journalism in 2006 and became the weekend reporter for WLTV in Miami. There, she covered events, such as President Bush’s visit to Miami and issues regarding Cuban political affairs, local crime, and politics. Ortiz moved to New York City in late 2008 to report for News12 and shortly after, joined NET as reporter and fill-in co-anchor of “Currents.”

Besides journalism and TV production, her passions include ballet, fashion, wine-tasting and entrepreneurship.

Ramon Pineda


General Manager of Univision 41

Ramón Pineda serves as a senior vice president and general manager of Univision Television Group. He oversees the operations of stations in New York and Philadelphia. He is also responsible for local news and programming, advertising sales, on-air promotions, marketing, and community relations in these markets.

Mr. Pineda’s professional experience in Spanish-language media and marketing spans more than 22 years and encompasses senior positions at various broadcast television, cable television, and radio companies. He previously served as general manager and vice president of the Univisionand UniMás stations in Arizona.

Mr. Pineda is currently the chair of the board of the Hispanic Federation, a New York area membership organization that supports over 100 non-profits. He also sits on the boards of the New York State Broadcasters Association and El Repertorio Español, an arts organization that presents plays in Spanish of interest to the Hispanic community.

Mr. Pineda is a member of the Ad Council New York Leadership Committee, RMHC/HACER Scholarship Selection Committee; the American Hispanic Advertisers Association; and theInternational Radio and Television Society (IRTS). Mr. Pineda graduated magna cum laude from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut