The team of “X-rays” of Telemundo announced the integration of the journalist Adriana De Jesus Salamanwho has ten years of experience in print media, as well as podcasts and photography.
For his first investigative report for “Rayos X”, De Jesús Salamán traveled yesterday to Dominican Republic and from there it will follow up on the story that the production presented exclusively last Tuesday about Brianna London, the woman who died after a gas explosion and for which her husband, Tom Wegs, was accused of murder. Tonight the communicator will present everything that happened in the court hearing and a complete summary from the scene.
De Jesús Salamán has worked in various local newspapers. Among them, Brandshare of Mean GFR and international media such as rolling stone Y Business Insider. He has also written short stories and been part of literary anthologies. Throughout her career, she has received multiple awards such as the Laura Rivera Meléndez award for “Young Journalist of the Year” in 2019, awarded by the Association of Journalists of Puerto Rico (ASPPRO)and a scholarship from Overseas Press Club (OPC).
During the pandemic COVID-19the journalist launched the independent project “In what was left”, together with the journalists Valeria Collazo Y Victor Ramos. The podcast has received two awards from ASPPRO, one for best special report and another for best investigative report, both in 2021.
“X-rays a day”
Starting this week and under the name “Rayos X a día”, the team of experts will have a daily segment in “Día a Día” from where all the cases presented in “Rayos X” will be followed up.
Since its inception in 2015, according to a statement, the content and objective of the “Rayos X” investigative program has always been to bring to light the truth of events, without agendas and without contemplation. Each investigation, interview and report carried out by the production team has managed to clearly expose the truth of the facts.