BY Led Black (@Led_Black)
Madeyln Rodriguez may not be a household name yet but there is a good chance that you have seen her face, heard her voice or read her work. So much more than just another pretty face, Ms. Rodriguez is a dedicated journalist with an international appeal and reach, with experience in television, radio and print. The Queens-born Dominicana is the embodiment of that ‘nothing is impossible’ Dominican work ethic.
Madelyn is an on-air personality and reporter for the show Acceso Total that airs live Monday through Friday from 11:30am-12pm on Telemundo 47 New York as well as for the national and international channel MUN2. She also serves as a talent for Univision Radio in New York, which includes the radio stations X96.3FM, WADO 1280AM, and 92.7FM La Que Buena. Her distinctive, raspy voice can be heard on commercials, traffic and weather reports or reporting live from different locations throughout New York City. Other on-air television appearances include Telemundo in Boston, the international Dominican channel Telemicro, 24/7Miami, and the Chilean Telethon in which she had the honor to give the welcoming speech to the former President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet.
Not only is Ms. Rodriguez fluent in English and Spanish but she is also well versed in American Sign Language, having studied at the Lexington School for the Deaf to better communicate with her beloved deaf younger brother who is her biggest inspiration. While Madelyn Rodriguez has already accomplished so much, her future prospects are even brighter. The sky is truly the limit for this tireless and talented Dominican-American superwoman.
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