Cristina Pardo

Cristina Pardo Virto (Pamplona, Navarre, July 5, 1977) is a Spanish journalist and television presenter.[1]

Cristina Pardo
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Born (1977-07-05) July 5, 1977 (age 45)
Pamplona, Navarre, Spain
Alma mater
OccupationJournalist and TV presenter
Years active2006–present
Websitevivirppeligrosamente.com

EducationEdit

Pardo studied journalism in the University of Navarra in Spain.[2]

CareerEdit

Pardo started working with Antonio Herrero in the radio program La Mañana in Cadena COPE.

In 2006 she started to work in the news program La Sexta Noticias in the political section, covering the information about the People's Party. During the Holy Week of 2013 she was the replacement of Antonio García Ferreras in the political debate program Al rojo vivo in La Sexta.[3]

Since June 2014 she appears in the radio program A vivir que son dos días in Cadena SER, with a political section.[4]

In April and November 2017 she was the host of the documentary series about political corruption Malas compañías: Historias anónimas de la corrupción in La Sexta.[5]

Since April 2018 she is the host of the interviews and current news program Liarla Pardo in La Sexta.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Cristina Pardo, irreconocible en una foto de hace muchos años". El HuffPost (in Spanish). March 5, 2020. Retrieved October 15, 2020.
  2. ^ "- Megustaleer". megustaleer.com. Retrieved August 29, 2019.
  3. ^ Cristina Pardo, periodista y Karanka de ‘Al Rojo Vivo’ in autointerviews
  4. ^ Javier del Pino se salta la orden de Cebrián y lleva a su programa a varios 'vetados' in elplural.com
  5. ^ "Las Malas compañías de Cristina Pardo regresan a La Sexta. Noticias de Programas TV". El Confidencial (in Spanish). Retrieved November 5, 2017.
  6. ^ García, Javi (October 12, 2020). "Margarita del Val deja atónita a Cristina Pardo tras su última advertencia sobre la pandemia en España". COPE (in Spanish). Retrieved October 15, 2020.