Telemundo 48 Reporter Pilar Niño Honored With ‘Latino Spirit Award'

Pilar Niño, reporter for Telemundo 48 (San Jose, CA)

Pilar Niño, a distinguished reporter for Telemundo 48, was presented with the annual Latino Spirit Award by the California Latino Legislative Caucus at a ceremony held yesterday at the California State Capitol. Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes (D-Riverside), Chair of the Latino Caucus, Senate Majority Leader Lena Gonzalez (D-Long Beach), Vice Chair, and other Caucus members recognized Niño alongside 15 other notable Latinos during the 22nd Annual Latino Spirit Awards.

The awards ceremony highlighted the achievements of prominent Latinos across various fields, including technology, journalism, media, literature, health and science, advocacy, business, education, human rights, arts, public service, and entertainment. Each honoree has made significant contributions in their respective domains, serving as role models and leaders within their communities and reflecting the diversity and talent within the Latino community.

Stacy Owen, President and General Manager of Telemundo 48 and NBC Bay Area, stated, “We’re proud to witness Pilar Niño being honored with the prestigious Latino Spirit Award. Pilar’s dedication to journalistic excellence and tireless efforts for our community have made a lasting impact. Her work exemplifies the power of storytelling to evoke change, reflecting our commitment to community advancement. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Pilar for this well-deserved recognition and look forward to her ongoing contributions in the Bay Area.”