90 (newscast) - 90 (noticiero)

Latin News
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Country of origin Peru
Musical curtain «90» - Pedro Flores (2016)
Director Marta Rodríguez Koch
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Format 4:3 480i60 SDTV (1983-2013)
1080i60 HDTV (2013-presente)
General María Teresa Braschi
Pedro Tenorio
Lourdes Túpac Yupanqui
Lorena Álvarez
Sigrid Bazán
Martin Riepl
Mónica Delta
Sports Fernando Egúsquiza
Jorge "Coki" Gonzales
Sergio "Checho" Ibarra
General data
First broadcast January 24, 1983 (First term)
July 9, 2001 (Second term)
Last broadcast December 5, 2000 (First term)
Schedule) Monday to Friday
5:00 am (Morning)
12:00 pm (Noon)
5:00 pm (Afternoon)
6:55 pm (Central)
11:00 pm (Night)
Saturdays and Sundays
6:55 am (Weekend)
Related Weekly report
End point
Stop crime
Official site

Latina Noticias: 90 (originally 90 seconds ) is a Peruvian television newscast broadcast by Latina Televisión that airs in 5 daily editions from Monday to Friday (one of them broadcast exclusively by Facebook Live) and a morning edition on weekends .


The microinformative

The newly founded Frequency 2 (Today, Latina ) launched on January 24, 1983 a series of micro-news programs called "90 Seconds" since they lasted a minute and a half, these broadcast every hour during its programming, its first director was Blanca Rosa Vílchez (current Univisión reporter ), months later, Blanca Rosa and a large part of her journalistic team resigned due to disagreements with the directors and the late journalist Ricardo Müller Montani came in to replace him, who was characterized by giving this space a police and yellowish style , the Which later other informative programs of the country also adopted, later he assumed the general direction of the press of Frequency Latina until his death in 1994 .

The 90-second special

In March 1984, "The 90 Seconds Special" was born, from Monday to Friday at 11:00 pm, as a review of the news shown on the micronotics; later, El Súper Especial de 90 Seconds was also launched on Saturdays. This Saturday edition was canceled in the mid-90s and relaunched in 2007 as Los Sábados de 90 Seconds in the morning.

The reports by Vicky Peláez and Mónica Chang also stood out , covering the scenes of chaos and terror that were experienced in the 1980s; They also participated as protagonists of the news, even being exchanged for other hostages at the time of terrorism.

At the end of 1997, after the administrative changes and restructuring of the press area, "The 90 Seconds Special" was renamed "90 Seconds, Central Edition" or simply "90 Seconds", as it was called exclusively to the informative advances until so.

Second stage

On December 6, 2000, with the return of Baruch Ivcher to the board of Frequencies Latina, 90 Seconds was temporarily taken off the air, [ 1 ] being replaced the following week by a new news program called Frequency a day until July 2001, when it relaunches 90 seconds broadcasting at 10:00 pm. The drivers and a large part of the journalistic team of Channel 2, resigned or were fired.

Years later, it expanded its coverage, launching in 2007 The 90 Seconds Saturdays , in 2009, its noon edition (replaced in 2012 by The menu of the day and relaunched the following year), and in 2010, its Sunday edition.


In May 2013, with the entry of Enfoca Inversiones to the channel's directory, the first changes were made in the information system, 90 seconds was renamed simply 90 , in addition to starting to be produced in high definition and adding to its daily broadcasts the edition morning.

Since the end of 2015, 90, the newscast has been a member of the Latin American Informative Alliance , allowing information to be shared with 22 other important television networks in Latin America .

International News Center

In April 2016 a new scenography called the International News Center was presented . In addition, the format, the logo, the technological equipment, part of the journalistic page and the musical curtain were renewed. [ 2 ]

In January 2017, the format of the central edition was changed and it was moved to the 7:00 pm schedule , in addition, a closing edition was launched at 11:30 pm, 90 Night .

In that same year, a segment of shows was opened on the morning newscast, called 90 Show , which later became a Saturday program, which was canceled at the end of 2017.

In January 2018, the 90 Digital newscast was launched ; first at 10:00 pm and then transferred at 5:00 pm exclusively by Facebook Live.

In July 2018, 90 Noche returns to the air Monday through Thursday at 11:00 pm

After the departure of Magaly Medina from 90 Matinal and her program La purita truly , 90 diversified with the launch of 90 Magazine , which lasted until August 2018, when the space changed its name to At home and the news began to use the umbrella brand Latina Noticias .

It is currently directed by the producer and journalist Marta Rodríguez Koch .

Although the channel has an international news center (associated with the Latin American Information Alliance ), they do not present the weather report, nor the economic report, being one of the problems of lack of information for the public.


Presenters today

Edition Drivers Sports commentators
Morning Pedro Tenorio and María Teresa Braschi Sergio Ibarra
Midday Sigrid Bazán and Lorena Álvarez
Sign language translation: Isabel Rey
Central Lorraine Alvarez Jorge Gonzales
Night Monica Delta
Weekend Martín Riepl and Lourdes Tupac Yupanqui

90 Central

  • Suzie Sato (1983-1984)
  • Elena Pasapera (1983-1994)
  • Julio García (1984-1985)
  • Viviana Rozza (1984-1988)
  • Mario Duarte (1983-1992)
  • Amelia Machiavello (1989-1992)
  • Cinthia Piedra (1988-1993)
  • Rubén García (1990-December 2000)
  • Martha Sofía Salazar (1989-December 2000)
  • Annie Yep (1992-1996)
  • Monica Zevallos (1992-1995)
  • Marisol García (July 2001-March 2002)
  • Jaime Chincha (July 2001-March 2005)
  • Drusila Zileri (March 2002-October 2004)
  • Valia Barak (March 2005-May 2009)
  • Claudia Cisneros (June 2009-March 2010)
  • Eduardo Guzmán (March 2005-December 2009) (2015-2016)
  • María Teresa Braschi (1985-1993, 2013-2016)
  • Monica Delta (March 2010-April 2016)
  • Lorena Álvarez (April-December 2016) (January 2020 - present)
  • Raúl Tola (April 2016-February 2017)
  • Juliana Oxenford (January 2017 - December 31, 2019)
  • Sigrid Bazán (January 2020 - present)

90 Morning

  • Marisel Linares (2013-2014)
  • Martín Riepl (2013-2014)
  • Aldo Mariátegui (2013)
  • Romina Antoniazzi (2013)
  • Perla Berríos (2014-2015)
  • Melissa Peschiera (2014-2015)
  • Lorena Álvarez (2015-2016)
  • Giovanna Diaz (2016)
  • Alexandra Horler (2013-2016)
  • Carolina Dabdoub (2015-2017)
  • Mijael Garrido Lecca (2017)
  • Sigrid Bazán (2016-March 2017) (January 2018-2019)
  • Magaly Medina (2017-2018)
  • Pedro Tenorio (2016- March 2017) (September 2017-present)
  • María Teresa Braschi (2019 - present)

90 Noon

  • Marisel Linares (2009-2010)
  • Mari Calixtro (2009-2010)
  • Claudia Cisneros (2010-2011)
  • Karina Chávez (2011-2012)
  • Maria Teresa Braschi (2013)
  • Melissa Peschiera (2014)
  • Alexandra Hörler (2014-2016)
  • Lourdes Túpac Yupanqui (2015-2016)
  • Sigrid Bazán (2016-2017) (2017-2018) (2019 - present)
  • Mijael Garrido Lecca (2016-2017)
  • Lourdes Túpac Yupanqui (2016-present)
  • Martín Riepl (2018-2019)
  • Lorena Álvarez (2018-present)

90 Magazine

  • Mari Calixtro (2018-2019)

90 Weekend

  • Perla Berríos (2007-2009)
  • Marisel Linares (2007-2011)
  • Mari Calixtro (2009-2011, 2012-2016)
  • Karina Chávez (2011-2016)
  • Lorena Álvarez (2010-2013)
  • Martín Riepl (2010-2012)
  • Carolina Dabdoub (2012-2015)
  • Carolina Salvatore (2014-2015)
  • Alexandra Horler (2015-2016)
  • Lourdes Túpac Yupanqui (2015-present)
  • José Vasquez (2016-2019)
  • Martin Riepl (2019-present)

90 Digital

  • Mari Calixtro (2018)
  • Martin Riepl (2018-present)
  • Steve Romero (2018)

90 Night

90 Show

Sports block

  • Alex Risi (1992-2000)
  • Alberto Beingolea (2001-2003)
  • Pedro Garcia (2005)
  • Phillip Butters (2005-2009)
  • Gustavo Barnechea (Recurring participation between 2009 and 2017)
  • Romina Antoniazzi (2013)
  • Alexandra Horler (2013-2016)
  • Gerson Taype (2017-January 2019)
  • Eddie Fleischman (2018 - December 2019)
  • Fernando Eguzquiza (2018-present)
  • Jorge "Coki" Gonzáles (2018-present)
  • Sergio "Checho" Ibarra (2018-present)

Special participations

  • Luis Rey de Castro (Block "The Paper Tower", 1995-1997)
  • Ántero Flores-Aráoz (Bloque electoral "A Boca de Urna", 2000)
  • Dennis Falvy ("Non-negotiable" Economic Block, 2003-2006)
  • Isabel Rey (Sign language translation at 90 noon and special broadcasts, 2013-present)
  • Beto Ortiz (Interviews in 90 Matinal, 2014)
  • Magaly Medina (Comments block in 90 Matinal, 2015)
  • Marco Loret de Mola (Block "Peru, How are we doing?", Analysis of COVID-19 statistics, 2020-present)
  • Mónica Delta (Block of children's stories "Mónica tells you" at 90 Noon, 2020-present)


  • Blanca Rosa Vílchez (1983)
  • Ricardo Müller Montani (1984-1994)
  • Fernando Viaña Villa (1994-1996)
  • Iván García Mayer (1996-1997, 2000-2002)
  • Guillermo Thorndike Losada (1997-2000)
  • Gilberto Hume Hurtado (2002-2004)
  • Renato Canales Montoya (2004-2010)
  • Carlos Paredes Rojas (2010-2014)
  • Augusto Álvarez Rodrich (2014-2017)
  • Marta Rodríguez Koch (2017-present)

Musical curtain

The first theme song for "90 Seconds" was an electronic fanfare taken from the album TJV 1052 - Electrosonic IDs and logos by Thomas J. Valentino Music, composed by Richard Sanders; this shortly after was replaced by the final part of the musical theme of the Airwolf series , this music was used until 1994 in the micro-news programs and at the end of each story presented in "The 90-second Special".

When "The 90 Seconds Special" was released in 1984, the main theme was the fusion of two fragments of Curious Electric by Jon and Vangelis , since 1994 covers sent to be recorded by the channel, based on the aforementioned melody, were used.

In 2002, Coco Tafur was commissioned to compose a pack of original soundtracks for the newscast, which was used until 2005.

In 2005, the practice of using Curious Electric covers was resumed , the versions used from 2007 onwards were characterized by being simpler, which consisted of a repetitive background and accompanied by several "ding dong". The latest version was in use from May 13, 2013 to April 4, 2016.

In April 2016, the new musical curtain of 90 was presented, originally produced by the Peruvian composer Pedro Flores.

Since January 2017, the song Landscapes , by the Peruvian new wave band Blind Dancers , has been added to the soundtrack of 90 , used as an incidental melody in the headlines and other sequences of the newscast.


Logo used between March 2010 and April 2016.
Logo used between April 2016 and July 2020.
  • 1983-1996: A world map stamped in the shape of the number 90, below this, the text Seconds tilted in perspective. Due to the technological limitations of that time, the text 90 Seconds was generally displayed written in fonts generated by the headlines of the time and the precarious animation programs of the early 1990s.
  • 1996-1998: The number 90 in gray, front right, the text Seconds painted blue and surrounded by 2 lines above and below. Both texts were in italics.
  • 1998-2000: The large number 90 in red and italic, aligned to the right. Below, the text Seconds in yellow and aligned to the left.
  • 2001-2002: The white number 90 in Futura Black Narrow italic font. Next to it, the text Seconds in Times New Roman font . Behind this, there is a globe on the right, surrounded by a thick ring.
  • 2002-2004: A white circumference that simulates being a watch. Inside this, a large number 9 appears and next to it a smaller 0; Above zero, a hand that becomes Seconds text in Impact font.
  • 2004-2005: A digital clock where the number 90 appears, followed by a colon and next to it, the text 90 sec . This logo had two versions.
  • 2005-2006: The number 90 in white with Futura Black Narrow font within a blue box, based on the frequency Latin logo used at that time. Below, the text Seconds
  • 2006-2008: The number 90 in blue, aligned to the right and with the text Seconds below, aligned to the left and underlined. It is similar to the logo used between 1998 and 2000.
  • 2008-2010: The number 90 with a cutout in the number zero, interposed with the text Seconds in green.
  • 2010-2016: The solid silver number 90, without the word Seconds .
  • 2016-2020: The number 90 in turquoise and made up of thick curves linked together. Since August 2018, a modified version of 90 has been used, where the ligament is cut between 9 and 0 (despite the fact that the original 2016 logo is still maintained on some supports); in addition to the text Latina Noticias as an umbrella brand, which appears complete (or abbreviated as LN) next to the 90 logo, separately or intermittently.
  • 2020-present: The same old logo, now in yellow on a blue background; in the intro it appears three-dimensional.

See also


  1. ^ Www.caretas.com.pe (February 8, 2001). Good news . Archived from the original on April 6, 2016 . Retrieved April 1, 2016 .
  2. ^ Elcomercio.pe (March 28, 2016). "Canal de TV Latina invests US $ 5 million in news area" . Retrieved April 1, 2016 .

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