Ana Rosa Quintana It premiered this Monday in its TardeAR format. The program began with images of the presenter years ago, defining what television means.
The communicator wanted to dedicate its first broadcast to pioneering women in the journalistic profession from the small screen. To do this, the program has made use of augmented reality, which has shown the host of the space surrounded by images of her professional colleagues.
“Television is the history of families, and it is the history of women. The pioneers of the small screen who are already gone,” she launched in her speech. Along these lines, Ana Rosa has listed the most important communicators from the history of television: “Television is Laura Valenzuela, the first presentation that took place in Spain with Blanca Álvarez.”
“The television is Pilar Miró, the first female director in taking the reins on Spanish television; television is Lolo Rico, the first screenwriter who opened the door to programs like The Cristal ball“, he continued listing.
Thus, Ana Rosa has continued to expand the list: “Television is the freshness and tenderness of Carmen Sevilla, it is the great businesswoman and producer Lina Morgan.” “Television is the irony of Rosa María Sardá, the professionalism of my friend Concha García Campoy. Television is Raffaela Carrá, the woman who had everything“, he continued.
Lastly, he spoke of Maria Teresa Campos: “She was a great innovator.. A teacher, who not only introduced politics in the mornings, but also renewed the way of telling life on television.”
Quintana has compared the history of Arabian Nights with what María Teresa did on television: “Wherever you are always telling stories in the garden with the pioneers, you will always be television history, and Today I want to dedicate my first program to you. See you forever.”