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Mara Torres, the two news anchor, gives a speech in Jumilla on Friday September 12 (27/08/2008)

The journalist and the 2 News, Mara Torres, gives a speech in Jumilla on Friday 12 September.

It is one of the activities included in the Agenda Cultural, organized by the Department of Culture.

The talk will be on 'way of doing journalism' and will take place in the classroom culture of CAM from eight o'clock in the afternoon.

Mara Torres has worked in various media throughout his career, also has several books published and has several awards to his credit.

She holds a BA in Journalism from the School of Information Sciences at the Complutense University of Madrid.

Mara Torres began working in radio in 1994 directing a college program in the station Onda Mini.

In 1995 he entered the Cadena SER.

After passing through the writing and production program Iñaki Gabilondo: 'Today' program and the local radio station SER 'Hi Madrid', his first works were in weekend programs as Don Mouse and The Great Escape.

From 1998 to 2001, directed and presented the talk show "A backlight" and from that date until the end of 2006 season, the flagship program of the early morning radio talk.

Before landing in TVE, Mara Torres had already had experiences in the "small screen".

Notably stage in Localia TV cultural program featuring free admission, taking in the cultural events of the weekend in Madrid.

In October 2006 he jumped to television to be hired by Spanish TV to present the news daily La 2 News, now The two evening news.

Moreover, the journalist has published several books, one of them is "talk.

Madrugada Stories "edited by Aguilar, which compiles the most interesting conversations and anecdotes and curious of your program.

"Without you.

Four eyes from no "is another of the books of Mara Torres, also published by Aguilar and through which the author tells four stories featuring familiar characters who have lost a loved one, while performing a beautiful tribute to the everyday and shared life.

IV Book Award finalist in the Best Book Setenil Stories published in Spain.

His career has been recognized with several awards: In 2003 won the Golden Satellite Award, awarded by the Federation of Radio and Television.

In 2004 the show 'Loose talk' won platinum Salmorejo the program with higher quality and imagination of the radio.

In 2007 the Spanish Professional Association of Press, Radio and Television (AOSIS) gives the Silver Microphone Disclosure category for their work on the Spanish TV 2 News.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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