Andalusia direct - Andalucía directo

Andalucía Directo is a program broadcast by Canal Sur Televisión and Canal Sur Andalucía , from Monday to Friday, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:50 p.m. and on Sundays from 6:45 p.m. to 8:25 p.m.

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The thematic branch of Andalucía Directo is fundamentally based on the present, with a format of reports and live connections to different parts of the Andalusian geography. From it, topics ranging from social or human interest, through the chronicle of events and curiosities, to the meteorological, gastronomic, folkloric and cultural are discussed.

History

The program was launched on 5 of January of 1998 , with a special program on the occasion of the "Cavalcade of the Magi" and the 12th of that month under a new formula, unprecedented in the Andalusian television, to treat news from the different provinces with live connections and since then it has not stopped broadcasting daily and is also the daily program with the most television broadcasts in Spain, with more than 5,000 programs behind it and in antiquity it is only surpassed in 11 months for Know and Win .

1st stage • (1998-2001) - The starting point

The creator of the space is the veteran journalist, José Antonio Gurriarán , also creator of the defunct channel, Canal 2 Andalucía or Canal Sur 2 , directed by Enrique Álvarez, coordinated by Angustias Rodríguez and edited by Rafael Cremades and Mariló Montero , the duration of the program, at this time it is from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

In the first period it was presented by Mariló Montero ; who was replacing her, Rafael Cremades. Journalists, Angustías García and Carmen Cano, were also part of this team.

In this first stage in which the program is made known by viewers, reaps a good audience and the space stands out for its closeness to Andalusian viewers, thanks to the varied themes with which the space broadcasts every day, having specials on the occasion of a certain date.

2nd stage • (2001-2010) - Consolidation

In May of 2001 , management changes hands, the Andalusian journalist, José Manuel Lupiáñez, is the new director, Angela Izquierdo in the subaddress since 2002 and Salvador Gutiérrez on the issue since November of 2005 . The management team remains stable until February of 2008 , date in which Miguel Angel Cortes, becomes the new director of the program until February of 2009 , with journalist Maria Teresa Sanchez, that takes the reins of the program until December of 2009. The edition is signed by Nuria Tamayo and Salvador Gutiérrez.

The presentation is not alien to the changes, and Blanca Rodriguez , becomes the new host, since deals for 9 years, from 2001 to December of 2009 . Angela Izquierdo- ( June of 2001 to February of 2003 ) - Miguel Angel Sanchez, Fernando Diaz de la Guardia and Salvador Gutiérrez are responsible for substitutions.

At this stage, the program is consolidated among Andalusians as a brand of reference and closeness and it is rarely the day that share falls below 20%, forming a wonderful tandem with the programs presented by Agustín Bravo , Juan y Medio and María del Monte at this stage of the journey. In 2006 , the program wins the Iris Award from the Academy of Television to the best autonomic program.

3rd stage • (2010-present) - Maturity and new technologies

Modesto Barragán, replaces Maria Teresa Sanchez as director and Blanca Rodriguez , host of the program since March of 2001 . This team includes: Fernando Díaz de la Guardia , Paz Santana and Juan María Jiménez in the edition. Fernando Díaz de la Guardia and Paz Santana are in charge of the substitutions.

Under his leadership, the program renewed its image 1 of February of 2010 and November of 2011 and opened to the world of new technologies by opening accounts in social networks, Twitter and Facebook , opening a phone line with viewers of the usual one, through WhatsApp , for viewers to make their complaints, reports or requests.

Also due to the stability to which it contributes with its audience data, the program premieres a weekend edition, on December 4 , 2011 , thus broadcasting on Saturdays and Sundays, under the direction of Nuria Tamayo and the presentation of Fernando Díaz de la Guardia and Carolina Martín, this version of the program would only last until the summer of 2012 . At this time the number of reporters in the program was reduced due to budget cuts.

The program, which has been on the Canal Sur grid for 20 years, already exceeding 5,000 broadcasts, is the second daily television program with the most broadcasts in Spain , after Corazón de Televisión Española and Saber y Ganar by Jordi Hurtado .

Coinciding with its twentieth anniversary, the Andalusia Direct Reporting Award [2] is established .

The 25 of January of 2018 , he published the book ADisfrutarlo and ONCE issues the first coupon dedicated to a television and Biosalud park opens on behalf of Direct Andalusia in the Andalusian village of Laujar de Andarax .

From the 3 of maypole of 2020 , the program returns to its regular broadcast on Sunday (a special margin) under the presentation and editing Soco Lopez.

Team

  • Address : Modesto Barragán.
  • Edition : Paz Santana, Chelo Larrán, Plácido Quesada, Amelia Galocha, Esther Lazo, Soco López and Esther Martín.
  • Production : Curro Romero.
  • Realization : Miguel Ángel Carrasco / Valentín Frontela.
  • Presentation :
    • Owner: Modesto Barragán.
    • Substitute: Paz Santana.
    • Sundays: Soco López.

History of team members

Address

  • Enrique Álvarez - (1998-2001)
  • José Manuel Lupiáñez - (2001-2008)
  • Miguel Ángel Cortés - (2008-2009)
  • María Teresa Sánchez - (2009-2010)
  • Modesto Barragán - (2010-present)
  • Nuria Tamayo - (2011-2012) • (weekend)

Presentation

  • Mariló Montero - (1998-1999)
  • Rafael Cremades - (1998-1999) • (substitute)
    • Owner • (1999-2001)
  • Angustias García - (substitute presenter)
  • Carmen Cano - (substitute presenter)
  • Blanca Rodríguez - (1999-2001) • (substitute presenter)
    • Holder - (2001-2009)
  • Luis Miguel Torrecillas - (2000-2001) • (substitute presenter)
  • Miguel Ángel Sánchez - (substitute presenter)
  • Ángela Izquierdo - (2001-2003) • (substitute presenter)
  • Miguel Ángel Cortés - (substitute presenter)
  • Salvador Gutiérrez - (substitute presenter)
  • Fernando Díaz de la Guardia - (2009-2012) • (substitute presenter)
    • Weekend: (2011-2012)
  • Carolina Martín - (2011-2012) • (weekend)
  • Modesto Barragán - (2010-present)
  • Paz Santana - (2012-present)
  • Soco López - (2020-present) • (Sundays)

Edit or subdirectory

  • Angustias Rodríguez - (1998-2001) • (coordinator)
  • Rafael Cremades - (1998-2001)
  • Angela Izquierdo - (2002-2010)
  • Salvador Gutiérrez - (2005-2012)
  • Miguel Angel Cortes
  • Nuria Tamayo - (2008-2011)
  • Fernando Díaz de la Guardia - (2009-2012)
  • Paz Santana - (2010-present)
  • Juan Maria Married
  • Chelo Larrán
  • Placido Quesada
  • Amelia Galocha
  • Jose Maria Gutierrez
  • Juan Maria Jimenez
  • Esther Lazo
  • Esther Martin
  • Soco Lopez

Realization

  • Lola Parra - (1998-¿?)
  • Daniel Berzal
  • Antonio Jesus Cabrera
  • Maria Jose Perez
  • Juan Carlos Merino
  • Rafael Jimenez
  • Aurelio Dominguez
  • Nieves Fernandez
  • Manuel Cadaval
  • Miguel Angel Carrasco
  • Valentin Frontela

Production

  • Marián Angulo
  • Rocio Cano
  • Isabel Santiago
  • Inma Villalba - (production coordinator)
  • Javier rule
  • Jose Ramon Garcia
  • Curro Romero

Reporters

  • Blanca Rodríguez - (1998-2001)
  • Antonio Garrido Benito - (1999-¿?)
  • Angela Izquierdo - (1998-2010)
  • Rafael Cremades - (1998-2001)
  • Toñi Moreno - (1998-¿?)
  • Carmen Cano - (1998-¿?)
  • Lola López - (1998-¿?)
  • J.M Tudela - (1998-¿?)
  • Inocencia Collado - (1998-¿?)
  • Patricia Adam
  • Eva Rubio
  • Nacho Vento
  • David hidalgo
  • Enrique Gallego
  • Laura Clavero
  • Maria Lopez
  • Carolina Martin
  • María Jesús Azor - (1998-2000)
  • Antonio Montero
  • Mario Montero
  • Angel Gutierrez
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  • Jesús Toral (2005-2011)
  • Mariló Vallejo
  • Javier Lunaro
  • Susana ruiz
  • Fernando Alvarez
  • Beatriz Diaz
  • Belén Nieto
  • Silvia Sanz
  • Montse Delgado
  • Pilar Rodriguez
  • Marga Utrera - (1998-¿?)
  • Luis Miguel Torrecillas - (1999-2001)
  • Quico Taronjí - (2001-2004)
  • Juan Carlos Roldan
  • Ana Martinez
  • Manuel Rodriguez
  • Salvador Gutierrez
  • Nuria Tamayo
  • Jesus Villegas
  • Lorena Jaen
  • Carlos Redondo
  • Nandi Mareno
  • Ines Porro
  • Mar Gutierrez
  • Maria Lamas
  • Jordi Torres
  • Pedro Garcia
  • Reyes Lopez
  • Carolina Cambrils - (2014-present)
  • Rafael Rodrigo - (2015-2017)
  • Carmen González - (2010-present)
  • Teresa Nunez
  • Sergio Morante - (2012-2016)
  • Inma Navas
  • Julio Severo
  • Irene Caballero
  • Carmen Ramos
  • Eloy Moreno
  • Lidia Lopez
  • Juan Carlos Lopez
  • Juan Carlos Gonzalez
  • Fernando Garcia
  • Lola Trigoso
  • Mario Rodriguez
  • Lolo Paez
  • Maria Hernandez

Recognitions

References

See also