Famous Journalists from Mexico

List of notable or famous journalists from Mexico, with bios and photos, including the top journalists born in Mexico and even some popular journalists who immigrated to Mexico. If you're trying to find out the names of famous Mexican journalists then this list is the perfect resource for you. These journalists are among the most prominent in their field, and information about each well-known journalist from Mexico is included when available.

This list has a variety of people, like Francisco Ortiz Franco and Maria Hinojosa, in it.

This historic journalists from Mexico list can help answer the questions "Who are some Mexican journalists of note?" and "Who are the most famous journalists from Mexico?" These prominent journalists of Mexico may or may not be currently alive, but what they all have in common is that they're all respected Mexican journalists.

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  • Andrés Roemer Slomianski (born July 12, 1963) is UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Social Change and the Free Flow of Knowledge. Currently he is a Senior Research Fellow at Columbia University. He is a writer, philanthropist, and an internationally recognized public intellectual who is passionate about critical thinking and human rights. Dr. Roemer is a pioneer in creating and implementing key ways of promoting human rights, peace, democracy, science, art, and culture. Through his diverse roles, Roemer has shaped intellectual discourse on public affairs all around the world.Grandson of the orchestral conductor Ernesto Roemer, he grew up in Mexico City. He has received various cultural ...more
    • Age: 59
    • Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Ángeles Mastretta (born October 9, 1949, in Puebla) is a post-boom Mexican author, journalist, actress, and film producer. She is well known for creating inspirational female characters and fictional pieces that reflect the social and political realities of Mexico in her life. She is a recipient of the Rómulo Gallegos Prize and the Mazatlán Prize for Literature for Best Book of the Year. Her book, Arráncame la vida (Tear This Heart Out) was adapted into a movie, which won an Ariel Award in Mexico.
    • Age: 73
    • Birthplace: Puebla, Mexico
  • Caridad Bravo Adams (Spanish pronunciation: [kaɾiˈðað ˈbɾaβo ˈaðams]) (born on January 14, 1908 in Villahermosa, Tabasco – August 13, 1990 in Mexico City) was a prolific Mexican writer and the most famous telenovela writer worldwide. She was born to a couple of Cuban actors and she was part of an extended family of artists, being the sister of Venezuelan actor Leon Bravo, one of the pioneers of theater, radio and TV in Venezuela. She published her first book at the age of 16, titled Pétalos sueltos. She then moved back to Cuba with her parents, and later returned to Mexico, where she kept writing and obtained a role in her only film, Corazón bandolero (1934). She became a chair member of ...more
    • Age: Dec. at 82 (1908-1990)
    • Birthplace: Tabasco, Mexico
  • Carlos Loret de Mola
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    Carlos Loret de Mola Álvarez (born October 17, 1976 in Mérida, Yucatán) is a Mexican journalist. He has a bachelor's degree in Economics for the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). He is a popular news anchor in Mexico, hosting a show called Despierta on Televisa's Las Estrellas, which reaches an audience of 35 million people daily in Mexico, USA and Latin America; and in the afternoon at W Radio newscast ‘Así Las Cosas Con Loret’. Everyweek he publishes the column “Stories of a reporter” for the national newspaper El Universal.Has been war correspondent in Afghanistan, Haiti, Syria and Libya. He has participated in international coverage, as the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, ...more
    • Age: 46
    • Birthplace: Mérida, Mexico
  • Carlos Monsiváis Aceves (May 4, 1938 – June 19, 2010) was a Mexican writer, critic, political activist, and journalist. He also wrote political opinion columns in leading newspapers within the country's progressive sectors. His generation of writers includes Elena Poniatowska, José Emilio Pacheco, and Carlos Fuentes. Monsiváis won more than 33 awards, including the 1986 Jorge Cuesta Prize (named after a fellow writer about whom he wrote a book), the 1989 Mazatlán Prize, and the 1996 Xavier Villaurrutia Award. Considered a leading intellectual of his time, Monsiváis documented contemporary Mexican themes, values, class struggles, and societal change in his essays, books and opinion ...more
    • Age: Dec. at 72 (1938-2010)
    • Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Carlos Villagrán Eslava (born 12 January 1944) is a Mexican actor, comedian, and former journalist best known for playing Quico in the Televisa sitcom El Chavo del Ocho and the Telerey sitcom ¡Ah cabellos!”
    • Age: 79
    • Birthplace: Mexico, Mexico City