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Rick Sanchez

Ricardo León "Rick" Sánchez de Reinaldo (born July 3, 1958), known professionally as Rick Sanchez, is a Cuban-American journalist, author and former TV news anchor. He is currently a FOX News contributor and a columnist for FOX News Latino. After years as the lead local anchor on Miami's WSVN, Sanchez moved to cable news, first as a daytime anchor at MSNBC and then later at CNN, where he began as a correspondent and ultimately rose to become an anchor. On CNN, he hosted his own show Rick's List and served as a contributor to Anderson Cooper 360° and CNN International, where he frequently reported and translated between English and Spanish. Sanchez was fired from CNN on October 1, 2010, following controversial remarks he made on a radio program. In July 2011 Sanchez was hired by Florida International University, to serve as a color commentator for radio broadcasts of the school's football team. His first game was on September 1, 2011. Sanchez was born in Guanabacoa, Cuba, a township of Havana, and emigrated to the United States with his parents at the age of two. He grew up in Hialeah, Florida, a suburb of Miami, and attended Mae M. Walters Elementary School, Henry H. Filer Middle

Rick Sanchez Hopes To Be Chosen Person In L.A.

Rick Sanchez Hopes To Be Chosen Person In L.A.

Former CNN anchor Rick Sanchez is moving on from last year's fall from grace -- in fact, TMZ has learned he already has meetings lined up with TWO L.A. stations for a possible new gig. As you may… READ MORE >

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