Carmen Aristegui has a Starscore of 3,522,009 and is No.7934 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 77,019 Facebook fans and 1,176,287 Twitter followers. Today Carmen Aristegui gained 16 Facebook fans and gained 1,047 Twitter followers. Her social media ranking has moved down 36 places in the daily Blogger/ Journalist Chart to no.108 and remains at no.103 in the all time Blogger/ Journalist Chart.
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Carmen Aristegui is a Mexican journalist born in Mexico City. She graduated from Mexico's Universidad Nacional Autónoma with a degree in communication sciences. She is the anchor of the news program Aristegui at CNN en Español and of the morning news program on MVS Radio 102.5 FM of Mexico City. Carmen Aristegui has almost 16 years of experience as an anchor and reporter on leading radio and television programs in Mexico. In radio, she has participated in MVS's Para Empezar (To Begin With) W Radio's Hoy X Hoy (Nowadays) and Grupo Imagen's Imagen Informativa (Informative Image). On television, at MVS's En Blanco y Negro (Black and White) and Círculo Rojo (Red Circle) on Televisa, Primer Plano on Canal 11 and Noticias Canal 52, with Javier Solorzano. Carmen Aristegui is recognized as an expert on national politics. For over five years, Aristegui hosted the Federal Electoral Institute's special political programming. In 1997, she also acted as an advisor to a civic group involved in the first election for the head of government in the Mexican Republic's capital. Aristegui has received the Mexican Press Club's National Award in 2001, 2002, and 2004, and in 2003 she was recognized as the Best National Anchor and presented with a Public Image Award. She was also named 2004 Woman of the Year by Mont Blanc, and was selected to carry the Olympic Torch through Mexico as part of its global journey to Athens that same year. In 2005, Aristegui received recognition from the National Institute of Indigenous Languages for her promotion of the indigenous languages of Mexico. In 2008, she received the Maria Moors Cabot Prize. In February 2011, her contract with MVS Radio was terminated, a move seen by protesters as authoritarian. She was reinstated a few days after without any official statement by MVS Radio.