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Edna Schmidt Biography
- Edna Schmidt (born August 8, 1969) is a Journalist who was a news anchor for Noticiero Univision Edicion Nocturna. The journalist, who is of Puerto Rican descent, covered the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attacks, the panic caused by the Anthrax threat and the execution of the Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh. Schmidt's parents moved from Puerto Rico to the United States and settled in Manhattan, New York City, where she was born. After receiving her primary and secondary education, Schmidt enrolled in college where she majored in journalism. After this she moved to Puerto Rico where she started her career as a newscastor for WSJN-TV (Channel 24). In 1992 she went to Chicago where she was offered a job at WGBO-TV (Channel 66) a local Spanish language station.
Edna Schmidt Filmography
- (2010) Concierto inaugural de la Copa Mundial as Herself - Co-Host
- (2004) Noche de estrellas: Premio lo Nuestro 2004 as Herself
- (2000) Aquí y ahora as Reporter (2001-)
- (1997) ¡Despierta América! as Herself - Co-Host
- (1994) Primer impacto as Herself - Co-Host
Edna Schmidt Trivia and Facts
- On September 25, 2005 was officially named CoHost of Univisions News Weekend Editions after María Antonieta Collins decided not to renew her contract with Univision Networks were she worked for 19 years.