TVE shuffles Silvia Intxaurrondo as presenter of ‘La hora de La 1’

Silvia Intxaurrondo, during the presentation of ‘Disappeared’.

The Basque journalist would replace Mònica López at the helm of the morning TVE, which will also have Marc Sala as host

TVE begins to fit the pieces of its profound remodeling in the morning strip of La 1. The public channel is considering placing the journalist Silvia Intxaurrondo as the new presenter of ‘La hora de La 1’ to replace Mònica López, who left the space after the arrival of the new direction of the corporation, according to the platform ‘TVE Libre’. Barakaldo’s was in charge of the presentation and direction of the weekend news of Telemadrid. However, its continuity was in the air after the cessation of José Pablo López as general director of the autonomous entity.

In this way, Intxaurrondo would return to the state channel where it already presented in 2018 the space ‘Disappeared’, directed by Paco Lobatón. ‘La Hora de La 1’ would also incorporate journalist Marc Sala, until now at RNE, to lead the politics section and would keep Cristina Fernández for the last part of the format focused more on entertainment content and social chronicle. The morning strip would close, according to the plans of the new directors of TVE, with a new magazine presented by Ion Aramendi and that would replace the controversial ‘Las cosas clear’ by Jesús Cintora.

However, until the arrival of the new season in September, La 1 will bet on ‘Summer days’, a new summer format that will be broadcast from August 9, once the Olympic Games are over, with Inés Paz as teacher of ceremonies. The Asturian would also be back at RTVE, because she was part of the ‘La Mañana’ team with Mariló Montero. The program, explains the corporation, will be an “agile and carefree gathering” with “interviews with important guests” and a “friendly review of the images and news of the day”, accompanied by a large group of reporters and collaborators, including are the journalist Irene Villa, the presenter Gonzalo Miró, the filmmaker Félix Sabroso or the economist Marc Vidal.


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