Jacobo Zabludovsky Joins ESPN Deportes
ESPN Deportes announced that Jacobo Zabludovsky, a Mexican journalism historian, has joined the team that will cover the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Zabludovsky, along with ESPN Deportes’ team of experts, will provide coverage of the Olympic Games from London. Zabludovsky’s experience will offer a different perspective and, through his commentary, viewers will be able to delve into secrets of the history, culture, music, literature and lifestyle of the English capital.
“It is an honor for ESPN Deportes to be able to announce that a figure like Zabludovsky has joined our team; such an icon will make it possible for us to offer our audience content with greatly added value,” said Armando Benitez, director of production for ESPN in Mexico.” At ESPN we are always looking to have the best experts, and who could be better than Jacobo to join us for this special coverage from London.”
“Being able to say that I am a part of this ESPN project is very exciting, explained Zabludovsky. “During this coverage, I am going to have the opportunity to share insights with the ESPN audience about the way life is lived in a cosmopolitan city such as London.”
Zabludovsky has made distinguished contributions to Mexican television as well as outstanding participations in other media such as radio and films. Also, he has ventured brilliantly into the publication of books. During his more than 65-year career span, Zabludovsky has interviewed personalities in the worlds of politics, sports, art, and entertainment, producing unforgettable coverage. He has received a collection of international prizes and awards.