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Carlos Loret de Mola
Carlos Loret de Mola
Loret de Mola in 2012
|Born|| (1976-10-17) 17 October 1976
( m. 2002)
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, Libyan Civil War, the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, the food crisis in the Horn of Africa in 2011, the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya, the Tunisian Revolution and the death of Hugo Chavez.
- El Negocio: La economía de México atrapada por el narcotráfico (2002). Roughly translated as, "The Business: Mexico's economy caught in the drug trade".
- Coauthor of War logbook (Bitácora de Guerra) (2002).
- Coauthor of Panic Island (Haití. Isla Pánico) (2011).
- Premio Internacional de Periodismo by Club de Periodistas de México 2013.
- Award for Excellence in Journalism by Arizona State Capitol 2008.
- Premio Nacional de Periodismo de México 2007.
- Premio Nacional de Periodismo de México 2005.
- Special mention Premio Nacional de Periodismo 2001.
- Premio del Certamen Nacional de Periodismo in 2002, 2003 y 2004.
- Premio de la Asociación Nacional de Locutores in 2002 y 2003.
- Primer Premio Parliamentario de Periodismo in 1998.
He launched the documentary movie De Panzazo (Barely passed), which he co-directed, wrote and narrated, addressing the issue of the lack of good education in Mexico. He has appeared as a guest on the Spanish-language version of Sesame Street, called Plaza Sesamo, in season 10.
He participated in the documentary "Sea of Shadows", produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, which denounces the corruption networks, organized crime and illegal fishing of totoaba and the vaquita marina in the Sea of Cortez.
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