Ricardo Rocha, a benchmark for journalism in Mexico, dies
Mexican journalism is in mourning after the departure of Ricardo Rocha, renowned journalist and host, who left an outstanding legacy in the field of communication.
A Legacy for Journalism in Mexico
His departure took place on the afternoon of this Sunday, June 4, and various personalities and media have expressed their regret for the loss of this national journalistic benchmark.
Joaquín López-Dóriga Announces Death
This Sunday, the communicator Joaquín López-Dóriga announced the death of Ricardo Rocha at 76 years.
Emotional Words from Son on Twitter
In the midst of pain, his firstborn Juan Rocha, also a driver, said goodbye to his father on Twitter with an emotional message: “We still laughed yesterday. That’s how I will remember you “.
Legacy in Journalism
Ricardo Rocha, born in 1947 in Mexico City, left an indelible mark on the Mexican journalism. Rocha had an arduous journey in Mexican journalism, working as an editor, reporter, correspondent of war, producer and conductor of several programs.
A Career Steeped in Excellence
Ricardo Rocha stands out as a renowned journalist and television host, leaving an indelible mark on the world of communication in Mexico. Among his numerous projects, one of the most outstanding was the program Para gente grande, which was broadcast for 14 years both in Mexico and in the United States.
Leaving a Mark
Ricardo Rocha also left his mark as an author. He was co-author of the book Yo, correspondent de guerra in 1982 and author of Conversations for great people in 1993.
Avoid that Cannot be Filled
Mexican journalism mourns the departure of Ricardo Rocha, a man who dedicated his life to reporting with passion and commitment, leaving an indelible mark on the history of communication in Mexico. His departure leaves a void in the field of communication, but his influence will continue to be a source of inspiration for new generations of journalists.