Multimedia journalist Vanessa Torres joins Tejano Nation as music news and entertainment contributor. She will cover Tejano music events and feature stories for TejanoNation.net, the #1 source for Tejano music, news and entertainment.
“Vanessa’s passion for reporting the news and her love of music is a great combination that will be a tremendous addition to the Tejano Nation team,” said John Henry Medina, Digital Managing Editor at Tejano Nation. “Her outstanding and entertaining content for TejanoNation.net will help keep it as the premier online presence for Tejano music, news, and entertainment.”
Torres has spent the past year covering news in the Midwest area of the U.S., currently as an anchor and reporter for the new streaming network Studio 309 in Peoria, Illinois. She also served as News Director for Cromwell Radio Group in Effingham, Illinois, and producer for WEEK-TV in Peoria, Illinois. She gained experience at jobs in New York, New Jersey and Tennessee over the past five years. She also contributes to EvoNews.com.
Torres is a native of San Antonio, Texas, and a 2011 graduate of Business Careers High School. She received an Associates of Arts degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies from the University of Phoenix in 2014 and a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Full Sail University in 2016.
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