Like any television signal that reached millions of Peruvians, it had to have journalistic spaces. Among them were “Good morning, Peru” and “Panorama”. In the aforementioned programs, the name of Alejandro Guerrero rose to fame, a press man identified with channel 5 and who became the journalistic chief of said television house.
Alejandro Guerrero is a 67-year-old communicator and journalist with extensive experience at Panamericana Televisión. In recent years, he has dedicated himself to university teaching and plays the role of dean of the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the Technological University of Peru (UTP).
In recent times, his appearances on national television have been few. A month ago, he was the special guest for a report called “Military parade, those of my times”, which was broadcast on the Willax Television program “Impact Chronicles”.
Alejandro Guerrero and his problem with justice
On May 22, 2019, Alejandro Guerrero Torres, press director of Panamericana Televisión at the time, was sentenced to one year in prison and to pay 2,000 soles in civil damages for defaming the priest through the “Panorama” program. Catholic Francisco Muguiro Ibarra.
The plaintiff filed a complaint against him for having branded him an “anti-miner and member of a terror network that operated in the north against the Majaz mine.”
His relationship with Genaro Delgado Parker
The documentary filmmaker had a strong working relationship with the late and former administrator of Panamericana TV, Genaro Delgado Parker. Since the broadcaster took over the reins of channel 5, Guerrero was the main press man of said television house. He was in charge of the programs “Good morning, Peru”, “Panorama” and “24 hours”.
At the time of Delgado Parker’s death, the journalist had heartfelt words towards his former boss. “He was one of the pioneers in Peruvian television, he included several formats that were not in the country, his participation marks a before and after,” he said.