Francisco Cáceres is an Emmy Award winning TV and radio host and producer. He is currently a co-host onTelemundo’s national morning show “Un Nuevo Día”. He was also the host of his own weekly film show on DirecTV Latin America, OnCINEMA, and the main anchor for Fandango Cine, the Spanish version of the popular movie-ticketing website Fandango.com.
His experience as a correspondent includes coverage of the Academy Awards, the Grammy Awards, Latin Grammy Awards, the Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals and the MTV Movie Awards. He has interviewed some of the most important personalities in news and entertainment, including Vice President Kamala Harris, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Martin Luther King III, George Clooney, Nicole Kidman, Bono, Madonna and Penélope Cruz.
Francisco began his career in his native El Salvador at the age of 20, hosting and producing various entertainment TV and radio shows like Ticket con Francisco Cáceres, his own weekly film show that started on Canal 6 and eventually expanded to Cinemark Movie Theaters in the rest of Central America and Colombia.
Behind the scenes, he has directed, written and produced 2 short films, 20 TV commercials and had the honor of presenting his short film “Bebé a Primera Vista” (Baby at first sight) at the Short Film Corner of the Cannes Film Festival. He is proud to have recognized by the Central American Ícaro Film & Video Award for Best TV Spot.
In 2014, he received a Daytime Emmy Award for his contributions as a producer and correspondent for the Best Morning Show in Spanish, Telemundo’s “Un Nuevo Día”.
Born in 1984 in El Salvador, Francisco earned a Master’s Degree in Filmmaking from the Madrid Film School (ECAM) and the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid. He also graduated with honors and first in his class with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Universidad Centroamericana UCA in San Salvador. He is fluent in Spanish, English and French. You can keep up with the latest news about Francisco on his website.