Telemadrid finalizes the details to revolutionize its afternoon slot from February 2021. The regional channel of the Community of Madrid withdraws the classic western cinema to bet on a new format that will mix information and entertainment. Its main characteristic will be that the writing itself will act as the set and the editors will be the collaborators, while the editor-in-chief will act as presenter.
Javier de Hoyos, editor and deputy director of ‘Socialité’
The format, produced by La Fábrica de la Tele (‘Save me’), begins to complete its team and has already closed the signing of a professional who arrives from Mediaset Spain. As FormulaTV has been able to know exclusively, Javier de Hoyos leaves ‘Socialité’ in Telecinco to join as deputy director of ‘La redacción’ in Telemadrid.
As in the program of María Patiño, where he already served as editor and deputy director of the space of heart, the Santander will repeat functions in the autonomous region. In ‘The Newsroom’, you will not only be behind the cameras, also will have a lot of presence on the screen as a collaborator of the format. A different space that will show an open newsroom where the viewer will see all the content that the team will be working on live.
His television career
Javier de Hoyos began his career on the small screen as a reporter on Telecinco and Cuatro, he moved to entertainment as Editor of FormulaTV, and later, it was presenter of the social media section of ‘El cascabel’. But his great opportunity came from the hand of La Fábrica de la Tele, as a reporter and, later, also as deputy director of the Telecinco space. In addition, he is a youtuber and has done some work as an actor, highlighting his role in the series ‘I would like’.