At 7 - A las 7

At 7 is an Argentine newscast. It was broadcast by Channel 10 of Tucumán from 2002 to 2003, from 2004 to 2017 by Channel 8 of Tucumán and since 2018 by América Tucumán . From 2012 to 2017, it used graphics similar to the Buenos Aires news program Baires Directo , making it the local version of the program. It is hosted by the journalist Carlos Rojkés since its inception and with Gisele Arenas as the announcer.

Rojkés was accompanied by Fernando Pazos, who presented the news, with the help of Karina Ponce, with general information on the program. Juan Andrés Villagra was in charge of presenting the news of the internet newspapers, Maria Arancibia was in charge of carrying out the live coverage from the Plaza Independencia de Tucumán . In the sports part, he had Félix Cerrutti as a columnist, who spoke about sports according to the games played, although on some occasions he was replaced by Jorge Lobo. However, Cerrutti, after the departure of the Channel 8 program and its passage to America, did not continue in the cycle; his place was taken by the journalist Emiliano Almirón.

Gisele Arenas is the host of the provincial, national and international entertainment news, and is also the host of the program. The agricultural news was presented by journalist Gabriela Medina.

It is broadcast from Monday to Friday from 7:00 am to 10:00 am.


The program began to be broadcast in 2002 on Canal 10 de Tucumán , however in early 2004 it went to Channel 8, where it remained on the air for a term of thirteen years, until the program was canceled from the station at the end of 2017 and went to America in early 2018. As its name implies, it airs at 7:00 am. It would always maintain the same schedule in all the stations for which the program was broadcast.

Carlos Rojkés, until 2003, worked on channel 10 as a host for TV Prensa , the main newscast of that station. Finally in 2004, the journalist moved to Channel 8 , a station owned by Grupo Telefe .

For his part, the co-host Fernando Pazos, one of the program's historical figures, worked as a journalist and host of División Noticias (now Telefe Noticias Tucumán), the news program of then channel 8. Faced with the renewal of the station's drivers, the channel decided to move to the journalist at At 7 o'clock , where he stayed during the thirteen years that the program was on the air on the local Telefe station.

However, on December 29, 2017, the program was surprisingly canceled (which was replaced in 2018 by Vivo Tucumán, the local version of #BuenTelefe ). However, it would return three months later, on April 16, 2018, but this time on the American screen.


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