Journalist Martín Jáuregui died this Tuesday at the age of 59as reported by Public TV, where he worked, through social networks.
“We regret to inform that tonight our colleague Martín Jáuregui passed away, radio and television host and producer, journalist and writer. From the Public TV screen he invited us to get to know the country with passion and professionalism. Goodbye, Martín,” the statement says.
Jáuregui was part of the team Chaos in the Citythe cycle that led to fame Juan Castro on the Channel 13 screen. I also accompany Luis Majul in journalistic cycles.
In his social media profiles he defined himself as an “audiovisual bug”, a creator of content for radio, a DJ and a man of cinema.
“Lover of life, traveler, scout, I love Cabernet Franc, good food, I love Ivanna and I sew…” says his biography on X, formerly Twitter.
Turned over the years to militancy from his role, on those platforms he was in favor of the presidential candidacy of Sergio Massa, even when he contested the PASO against Juan Grabois and reposted, for example, interviews that aired on Radio La Patriada , where he also worked.
His “pinned” post was a sign that said: “Sometimes I don’t even care about my opinion, imagine yours.”
He was born in the City of Buenos Aires on January 8, 1964 and obtained a postgraduate degree in Author Documentary Film and Documentary Film Direction at the Avellaneda Film School.
He had a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Theology and had a specialization in Popular Communication.
Over the years he built a career that focused on projects linked to Latin American cinema. She co-produced various projects with Europe and Latin America that were awarded in prestigious film competitions around the world.
He participated in Estudio País Bicentenario and hosted the programs “El Madrugador” and “Despierto y por la calle”, broadcast by Radio Del Plata.
He had his “Argentine Geographies” column on FM Vorterix, hosted by Mario Pergolini and participated in various projects on the state channel such as “La Mañana en la Televisión Pública” since 2022 and “Con sense public”.
Jáuregui lived for some years in Puerto Madryn, where he dedicated himself to the development of Patagonian tourism.
The farewell of colleagues to Martín Jáuregui on social networks
The account of the Public TV workers was one of the first to mourn Jáuregui’s death and expressed: “The press workers of Public TV say goodbye to Martín Jáuregui with pain. His many years of work in the media public was marked by significant contributions to plural and federal communication. We embrace his family and friends.”
For his part, entertainment journalist and Kirchnerist activist Luis Bremer stated: “Enormous sadness at the death of colleague Martin Jáuregui. An informed and warm professional in his notes. Big hugs to his loved ones and may he rest in peace.”
Pablo Marcovsky, a TV and radio host with spaces in state media, made his pain and disbelief known through the same platform.
“Tell me that it is a lie that Martín Jáuregui died. What a shit death is,” he posted.
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