Maria Elena Fernandez

Vulture

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Maria Elena Fernandez is a TV reporter at Vulture.

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Long-time TV reporters are finding their beats now apply to politics as the new POTUS continues to be obsessed with ratings.

TV in the age of Trump and media trends of 2017

Long-time TV reporters are finding their beats now apply to politics as the new POTUS continues to be obsessed with ratings.

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