Nina Terrero

correspondent for Entertainment Weekly

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Nina Terrero is a seasoned journalist whose experience encompasses on-air reporting and multimedia production across entertainment and lifestyle content. Of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, Nina is a graduate of Cornell University. She also earned a master's degree in Political Science from Columbia University. She has worked at some of the most prestigious media outlets in the nation, including NBC News, where she was employed as Entertainment Editor at NBC Latino.

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