Hispanic Lifestyle is pleased to recognize Journalist, Reporter, Author, Host, Producer Naibe Reynoso as a 2020 Latina of Influence. Ms. Reynoso along with our entire list of 2020 Latinas of Influence are invited to participate in Latina Conference taking place April 1 and 2, 2020 in Ontario, California.
Naibe Reynoso is a Mexican-American Multi-Emmy award-winning journalist based in Los Angeles California. She is also a speaker and author.
She has worked and contributed to various regional, national and international networks including KTLA, France 24, Univision Network, Reelz Channel, CNN en Español, the Biography Channel, Fox News Latino, Larry King’s ORA TV, and has even filled in as a co-host on ABC’s “The View”. She also co-created “The TRENDTalk,” a one-hour talk show and co-founded the events company Latinafest LLC which has produced over a dozen successful events in the Los Angeles Area.
In 2018 she created Con Todo Press, a publishing company that creates books to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities. Her first children’s book, “Be Bold, Be Brave: 11 Latinas who made U.S. History,” was an Amazon #1 best seller, and highlights 11 women who excelled in medicine, science, sports, the arts, journalism and politics.
Mrs. Reynoso has been a board member of the prestigious Peabody Awards since 2015 that same year she received the BIBO Award for “Outstanding work in Media.” Her bilingual background includes investigative reporting, hosting, entertainment reporting, radio, and TV production.
She lives in her native Los Angeles with her husband, her daughter and son.
FROM HER WEBSITE
Ms. Reynoso is Executive Producer and Host of “The Trend Talk Show,” an English language talk/entertainment show focusing on Latino the Multiple-Emmy Award winning Journalist Naibe Reynoso’’s background includes investigative reporting, TV production and entertainment reporting. A graduate of UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with an emphasis on Psychology, Reynoso began her TV career at Warner Bros. where, for 2 years, she worked as a production assistant for various sitcoms including “The Drew Carey Show” and “Step by Step. During her stint there, she was featured with the whole production staff on an episode of the Oprah Show.
In 2018 she created Con Todo Press, a publishing company that creates books to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities. Her first children’s book, “Be Bold, Be Brave: 11 Latinas who made U.S. History,” highlights 11 women who excelled in medicine, science, sports, the arts, journalism and politics.
In 1994, Reynoso began hosting and producing her own Children’s Educational Television Show “Chiquitran” for Los Angeles’ KWHY Channel 22. In 1996 , she was awarded the National Association of Broadcasters Service to Children Certificate of Appreciation Award. By 1997 Naibe transitioned into the position of KWHY TV’’s Entertaiment Anchor/Reporter where she interviewed high-profile celebrities, attended press junkets, awards shows and anchored a nightly entertainment segment. In 2000 Naibe became part of a start-up team for 24-hour Spanish language cable TV station “Más Arizona” in Phoenix, AZ. While there, she created and hosted two weekly entertainment/talk shows, Más Exitos and Café ñ. Naibe went on to win a Best Talent Emmy for her work on “Más Exitos.”
Naibe moved to Denver in 2002 to accept the position of Reporter/Fill-In Anchor on KWGN TV’s WB News. In Denver she covered the Kobe Bryant Scandal, Denver Crime, and Breaking News stories. She remained there until late 2003 when she was asked to audition for the position of co-host on ABC TV’s The View. The audition took place live on October 9 & 10, 2003. In March 2004, Naibe joined Radiovisa’ Corporation, a 24-hour Spanish Talk Radio Network as co-host and news anchor for their morning radio show, as well as having her own weekly Entertainment Talk Show called “Con Naibe” where she would interview celebrities in intimate, no-holds-barred conversations. The show aired on Los Angeles radio station 830 AM KMXE and was syndicated nationwide. She also began co-hosting “Al Filo de la Noticia” for KWHY-Channel 22 in 2006. In 2007 she moved on to work as a Freelance journalist for KTLA and Univision. She also, filled-in as Los Angeles correspondent for Univision’s National Entertainment show “Primer Impacto,” interviewing the Latin industry’s biggest celebrities including Joan Sebastian and Ana Barbara.
She was a Reelz Channel Host and Correspondent from 2006-20011, where she had her own popular and highly rated weekly show “Twilight Weekly Spotlight”. Naibe has produced and hosted various specials for CNN Español including a Golden Globes and Oscar Special for the years 2011 and 2012 award seasons. Since 2009, she has also had her own movie review segment for Miami’s Caracol Radio 1260am called “Vamos al Cine con Naibe Reynoso.” In her segment she talks about movie hits and misses as well as analyzes the latest in Hollywood news. She also, filled-in as Los Angeles correspondent for Univision’s National Entertainment sow “Primer Impacto,” interviewieng the biggest celebrities in Spanish language market including Joan Sebastian and Ana Barbara. Naibe Reynoso is now a freelance correspondent for various Los Angeles outlets including Fox News Latino, Azteca Network, and ORA TV, where her main duties are covering News, Lifestyle and Entertainment. Mrs. Reynoso has been a board member of the prestigious Peabody Awards since 2015 that same year she received the BIBO Award for “Outstanding work in Media.”