Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Biography
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix is a is a nationally known broadcaster, currently leading the daily news and a Sunday political talk show on Entravision. Formerly she was the lead anchor of Telemundo Chicago’s WSNS-TV 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. news broadcasts. She is an Emmy-winning news anchor best known for hosting Telemundo Chicago and Washington D.C.’s Univision. She also worked as a radio host with Univision.
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Age
Emmy-winning news anchor Felix was born on February 25, 1979, in Michoacán, México. She is 39 years old as of 2019. She was born in Michoacán, Mexico but later lived in Chicago, Illinois and Washington D.C. while working as a broadcaster.
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Married
She was previously married to fellow broadcaster Rafael Romo.
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Education
Félix is a native of Michoacán, Mexico and a graduate of DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
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Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Career
Tsi-Tsi-Ki Félix is a nationally known broadcaster, currently leading the daily news and a Sunday political talk show on Entravision. Formerly she was the lead anchor of Telemundo Chicago’s WSNS-TV 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. news broadcasts. Félix led Telemundo Chicago’s coverage of the historic 2008 presidential election. She anchored coverage of the political conventions, Election Night, and the Inauguration for the Chicago viewers. Over the course of the country’s 2010 mid-term campaign and election, she conducted wide-ranging interviews with political and civic leaders to reveal how the candidates and the election would potentially impact local Hispanic communities and its citizens.
Félix’s anchoring and reporting have been recognized with numerous awards, including the Emmy for her on-camera achievements. She has also served as a local correspondent for Noticiero Telemundo, the national nightly newscast and programs such as “Todobebe,” “Hoy,” and “Cotorreando”.
Félix joined Telemundo Chicago in 2001 as a fill-in reporter and anchor for Milenka Peña, a veteran journalist and public figure. The following year she became the station’s weather anchor. In addition, she provided entertainment and feature reporting for Chicago’s #2 Spanish TV station. In short order, due to the unexpected departure of the news anchors, she was named co-anchor of Telemundo Chicago’s 5 p.m. news and given responsibility for producing and anchoring the morning briefs “Noticiero Telemundo Chicago por la Manaña” that drew record ratings for this time period. She held both these posts until the reporter and community activist Vicente Serrano, then the main anchor, was fired and she was named solo anchor of the 10 p.m. news for Telemundo Chicago.
In 2010 Félix hosted “The Feminine Edge: You Don’t Have to be One of the ‘Boys’ to Succeed” at The Executives’ Club of Chicago She was previously married to Rafael Romo, the former WBBM-TV and WGBO-TV reporter/anchor, who currently works for CNN. He is credited for getting Félix her start in Chicago television news. The two have since divorced.
Prior to joining Telemundo, Félix worked in radio, reading traffic reports early mornings. She began her career in Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 16 and moved on to Chicago radio stations WOJO and WIND where she helped with the production of daily content. Her work in this capacity earned a variety of honors, including the AIR (Achievement in Radio Awards) for Best Spanish News Presentation in Radio. Félix became the prominent news anchor for Univision Washington, DC on March 3, 2015. She also is the host of Perspectiva Nacional.
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Television programs
Abriendo Puertas (host)
Noticiero Telemundo Chicago por la Manaña
Noticero Telemundo Chicago (anchor, 2007-2012)
Hablando Claro (host, 2010-?)
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Name
Tsi-Tsi-Ki Félix is originally from Michoacán, México. Her name is based on the Purépecha word tsitsiki, which means “flower.”
Tsi Tsi Ki Felix Univision
Félix became the prominent news anchor for Univision Washington, DC on March 3, 2015. She also is the host of Perspectiva Nacional.
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