Telemundo’s “Buenos Dias Nueva York” gets a complete makeover

“Buenos Dias Nueva York,” which entertains and informs the Hispanic audience in New York every morning, will extend its run to two hours. Beginning July 1st, “Buenos Dias Nueva York” will air live Monday – Friday from 5am – 7am. Additionally, Telemundo Nueva York also welcomes its new co-anchor, Frederick Martinez, better known as “El Pachá”, to “Buenos Dias Nueva York” and “Acceso Total.”

A veteran host, Martínez will combine his dynamic and colorful personality with Telemundo NY’s decorated on-air talent such as Odalys Molina and Nathalia Ortíz (entertainment news), Allan Villafaña (specializing in breaking news), and Elliot Sáenz (traffic and weather).

El Pachá will also co-host “Acceso Total” with Odalys Molina, delivering the latest news in movies, music, and entertainment from Monday to Friday at 10am. “With the changes we are implementing and the addition of El Pachá, our objective is to create a better option in morning television for the Hispanic audience. Viewers of “Buenos Dias Nueva York” and “Acceso Total” will not only be the first to know what’s happening in their community, but will also know the causes and results firsthand,” said Jose Morales, Vice President of Content at WNJU.

“We’re always working to bring our viewers the most useful and entertaining news. The connection with our local community is of vital importance, and we want to continue to count on the support and confidence that the public has given us all these years by making Telemundo New York their preferred channel. This is another example of how we are working for them,” said Carlos Sanchez, President and General Manager of Telemundo New York. Born in the Dominican Republic, El Pachá is a well-recognized figure in the New York Hispanic community, having worked in the media since the age of 16. When asked about his new role with WNJU, Martinez said, “I’m very happy to return to Telemundo and extremely excited to work with Odalys, Allan, Nathalia, and Elliot to entertain New York and New Jersey every morning!”