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“Being a woman made things easier for me,” says Lolita Ayala, El Siglo de Torreón

Mexican TV news anchor, Dolores Ayala Nieto, better known as Lolita Ayala, who has captured the attention of millions of Mexicans thanks to her hosting of ‘El Noticiero con Lolita Ayala’, spoke about her career and how being a woman has helped a lot.

Interviewing Alex Fernández on his podcast, Ayala, who gave something to talk about some time ago on the net thanks to opening his online store, told Ayala about his beginnings in journalism in the 1970s.

However, at the end of the 80s, the great opportunity came to be able to conduct a newscast, despite the fact that at that time the work of women was “devalued”, because the producers believed that if there was a person of the female gender. Leaving the painting “will not be taken seriously”.

Today, 70-year-old Dolores ‘conquered’ the audience from 1987 to 2016 with the delivery of ‘El Noticiero con Lolita Ayala’, thus becoming the first woman in our country to hold a media space on television.

Ayala, who also had Jacobo Zablodowski as mentor, notes that he attributes much of his success to being a woman, as that helped him a lot.

“Everyone asks me how hard it is to be a woman and the truth for me, being a woman, made things easier for me. Really. Because there are so few women, bosses have been very kind to me and very generous. Women, you don’t just go to work, but you have to Prove that you can.”






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