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Oscar Reyes

Oscar Reyes

President, Consejo Nacional De Televisión (CNTV) and Plataforma De Reguladores Audiovisuales De Iberoamérica (PRAI), Chile

Oscar Reyes is President of Consejo Nacional de Televisión, the broadcast regulator in Chile and Director of the digital newspaper ‘Cambio21’ (Chile).

From 1990-2009 Mr Reyes was an advisor on communications to various ministries in Chile, such as the General Secretariat of the Government, Home Office, Foreign Office, Agriculture, Defence, and Mining. He was an advisor to the President and several Senators and Deputies of the Senate and has been an advisor on communications to presidential candidates in Honduras, Peru, Dominican Republic and El Salvador.

Mr Reyes has been a Correspondent in Chile with NBC (US), RAI (Italy), and Venevision (Venezuela).

Mr Reyes was a lecturer at the School of Journalism at the University of Chile. He has also worked as a journalist and news manager in various Chilean media and served as Executive Director of the television channel ‘Telenorte’ (Chile).

Mr Reyes graduated as a Journalist from the University of Chile with additional studies in sociology, corporate communication and political science and post titles in corporate and political communication from the Catholic University, Chile and the George Washington University, USA.

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