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Jorge Telerman

Jorge Telerman Argentinean politician and journalist. Who was the 4th mayor of Buenos Aires, from 2006 to 2007. Previously he was Vice Mayor, Secretary of Culture and Ambassador.

Jorge Telerman was born in the Villa del Parque neighborhood of the City of Buenos Aires, on November 29th, 1955. His father, Damian, and his mother, Fanny, were merchants, descending from Jewish immigrants, who arrived in Argentina from Central Europe, escaping the Pogroms. Between 1897 and 1917, more than three thousand peasants from these regions emigrated to Argentina. His paternal grandfather, Froike was a militant construction worker and a socialist who, with his wife, was part of many support missions for the International brigades in the Spanish Civil War, aiding the anti-fascists fronts.

Mr. Telerman has a vast career and experience in radio. He produced and hosted of several radio programs in Radio Belgrano with Mr. Jorge Dorio. Informe (Report) with the journalist Martin Caparros and in El Despertador (The Alarm Clock), with the media-specialized journalist Carlos Ulanovsky. Also, he hosted the science diffusion program in Radio El Mundo and many other special programs about the Juicio a las Juntas (Trial of the Military Junta), Militares (Military Men) and the guerra de las Malvinas, (Malvinas War),among others. His TV experience started Canal 13, alter winning a contest for young novelists. He worked in programs of the like of Todo Nuevo (1985), Telemovil (News)y Badia y Compania (1985-1986) (Entertainment). He published several articles in a variety of newspapers and magazines of Argentina.

Related websites

Official Blog of Jorge Telerman

Official Page in Facebook

Interview to Jorge Telerman: "In 2007 amostall the citywill have containers"

"Nielsen is an honest man, but we have different convictions"

Telerman confirms he is a candidate in 2007

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