At 88, a legendary personality who spent almost half a century behind and in front a camera at Channel 6 Philadelphia has passed away.
WPVI-TV announcedThis long-serving host and producer of the station. “Puerto Rican Panorama”Diego Castellanos, public affairs program, has been terminated.
Castellanos’ broadcasting career began in 1954, when he worked at a Spanish radio station located in Camden. He joined Channel 6 in 1970 as a producer and host for the program that addressed concerns of the Hispanic community throughout the Delaware Valley.
According to Broadcast Pioneers of PhiladelphiaCastellanos was a graduate of the New Jersey Military Academy. He also held a M.A. He graduated from Montclair State University. He also received a master’s degree in education from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He was a New Jersey National Guard officer for ten years, and was honorably discharged after being promoted to the rank of commissioned officer.
“Puerto Rican Panorama”It was unique because it covered issues in the Hispanic Community, but it was broadcasted in English. It was also the longest-running television show of this kind.
Castellanos resigned from Channel 6 in September 2018
His family claims that funeral services are being arranged at the moment.
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