Starting this Sunday, January 09, Telemundo 60/KVDA will extend its public affairs show “Enfoque San Antonio” to a weekly format.
The program puts emphasis on issues affecting the Hispanic community in San Antonio and its surrounding areas, including politics, immigration, education, culture, health, and economy. The program is hosted by weekly 10 p. m. News Anchor, Santiago Gallego and it will be aired every Sunday at 7 a. m.
“Extending “Enfoque San Antonio” to a weekly edition is a true statement of our commitment to keep our community informed on the topics and issues that are relevant to them,” said Delines Alonso, VP of News for Telemundo 60.
“Enfoque San Antonio” features analysis, interviews with community leaders, and an in-depth look at the most pressing issues affecting the Hispanic community in San Antonio today.
Telemundo 60 San Antonio / KVDA is Telemundo’s south Texas television station serving Spanish-speaking viewers in the San Antonio market. Owned by NBCUniversal, Telemundo 60 has been delivering local news, information, and entertainment to viewers throughout South Texas for more than 25 years and reaches approximately 1.3 million viewers in thirty-two counties. Viewers turn to Telemundo 60 for local breaking news, weather forecasts and sports headlines across a variety of platforms, including online at and via its mobile and social media channels. Today, Telemundo 60 produces more than 14 hours of local news and programming each week and demonstrates its commitment to the community by cultivating local partnerships and capturing the diversity of South Texas.