Betty Elizalde Wiki
Betty Elizalde Bio
|Beatriz Deolinda Bistagnino was born on 4th January 1940 and died on 30th November 2018. She was a journalist and news presenter from Argentina. He won the Konex Award as a journalist in 1981.|
|Betty Elizalde Personal information|
|Betty Elizalde Birth name||Beatriz Deolinda Bistagnino|
|Betty Elizalde Birth||She was born on 4th January 1940 in Argentina|
|Betty Elizalde Death||She died on 30th November 2018 (78 years old)|
|Betty Elizalde Nationality||Argentina|
|Betty Elizalde Professional information|
Betty Elizalde Career
She made her debut in the journalist profession at the age of 18 years. She was one of the classic voices of the Argentine radio, in charge of several radio and television programs, among them Siempre Betty that she created in 1996 and conducts in Radio de la Ciudad. In the ’70s Elizalde had popular radio programs, such as El buen día, by Radio Del Plata, La burbuja, by Radio Belgrano, Las Siete lunas, by Radio Continental, Studio Fiat, and Y a mi … why do you listen to me? With Radio Splendid.
In television, Elizalde was a news and informative anchor for the 70s and 80s, such as 60 minutes for ATC and 7 to 8, simultaneously broadcast on Channel 9 and Radio Belgrano.
She was the author of the book Perfiles (1999).
Betty Elizalde Awards
Elizalde won two Martín Fierro; two Gold Zebra awards; a Konex Award; the one of the Argentine Society of Announcers; the Cruz de Plata Esquiú and three consecutive times the Clarín Award.
Betty Elizalde Death and Cause
Elizalde died on 30th November 2018 (78 years old), after fighting since 2015 against lung cancer, as confirmed by his friend José Luis Zorzi through social networks.
Betty Elizalde (1940-2018) pic.twitter.com/jEdedzSNHE
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