The producer, editor, writer and journalist Bolívar Roblero Zúñiga died in the Mexican capital on the morning of January 1, 2021 at the age of 61. The news was confirmed by the Secretariat of Culture of Mexico City, which issued a message through its verified Twitter account @CityCityMx.
The institution shared its condolences with family and friends through an obituary accompanied by the message “We regret the sensitive death of the producer, editor, and journalist Bolívar Roblero Zúñiga. We send our condolences to his family and friends ”.
Bolívar Roblero, known as It was Among family and friends from his close circle, he was born in 1959. She studied a degree in Journalism and Collective Communication at the Faculty of Higher Studies Aragón (FES Aragón) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Throughout his professional career, he excelled in the journalistic field in various media. Similarly, in 2018, he published the book Xtabay and other stories.
At the end of your career, joined as a reporter on Channel 11, of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). He performed the same function in the IMEVISIÓN news program Desde Temprano, an institution in which he was also section manager and international information analyst. Later, it was also information and guest coordinator in the program Y tú ¿Qué opina ?, on Televisa. After a few years, he returned to the first company as Chief of Information of Acts AM
In addition to television, Roblero also ventured into radio. He was editor-in-chief in the news department of Grupo ACIR, as well as head of information at Radio 13. In his last years he was also part of the team of the radio program “José Cárdenas Informa”, a news program of which he was editorial coordinator.
In 2018 public Xtabay and other stories. In this work, he takes up the story of the Mayan female mythological figure with the same name. In addition, it includes five other stories based on various historical events that occurred in Mexico interspersed with fictitious passages. Thus, he resumed experiences and events such as the US invasion of 1847, the fall of the Angel of Independence on July 28, 1957, the snowfall in the capital on January 10, 1967, the events of the Plaza de las Tres Culturas on 2 of October 1968 and the falconazo of June 10, 1971.
After hearing the news, various personalities did not delay in mourning the death and sending condolences to their family and friends. Journalist José Cárdenas said “Bolívar Roblero died. So terrible the what, as the when. ” on his Twitter account @ JoseCardenas1
Similarly, the sports commentator Ciro Procuna, through his profile @cprocuna, lamented “the death of my dear Bolívar Roblero. Smart, friendly and supportive guy. He was someone who was very supportive of me early in my career. Rest in peace.”
The President Commissioner of the National Institute of Transparency (INAI), Blanca Lilia Ibarra also spoke out before Roblero’s death. “My condolences and solidarity with the family and friends of the journalist and writer, Bolívar Roblero, a professional man, committed to free and responsible journalism. Prompt resignation to his irreparable loss “, he commented on his verified account @bl_ibarra
Francisco Arredondo, journalist and sports reporter, also regretted the news and said “See you soon dear“ Bolo ”, I know that where they now receive you in heaven you will teach, with that charisma and unique way of treating everyone. Bolívar Roberto Zúñiga, Thank you dear “Sable”, see you soon, be calm and satisfied with everything you did. Thanks for everything ”, through @Paco_Arredondo_
The journalist Antimio Cruz, for his part, communicated “Bolívar Roblero, fellow journalist and friend, passed away. In 1989-90 I worked with him and Pepe Cárdenas on Enfecto de Stereo 100FM. Two friends, great journalists who died in less than 24 hours. Horacio Salazar, from Milenio and Bolivar Roblero of many projects with Pepe Cárdenas. “
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