Cesar Mascetti Death and Obituary – Cause of Death

Cesar Mascetti

Cesar Mascetti Death and Obituary, The journalist César Mascetti, the historic host of Telenoche is Dead, Cause of Death

The journalist César Mascetti died on Tuesday at the age of 80. A successful journalist, he and his wife, Mónica Cahen D’Anvers, have been prominent faces on El Trece’s Telenoche newscast for many years. The news of his death was confirmed by the San Pedro City Council, which in a statement lamented the loss of the journalist, who had suffered from bile duct cancer for a long time.

“The City Council of San Pedro deeply regrets the death of the journalist César Mascetti, his enormous career in the media, his history of involvement with the Sampedrina press through his father’s newspaper El Independiente, and his involvement with the press through through La Campiña Regional, connections with production, these are just some of the many reasons why her image has become part of the history of the people of San Pedro de San Pedro. To her good companion Mónica, her family and all her loved ones, in On behalf of the mayor of the city, Ramón Salazar, former Mayor Cecilio Salazar and the entire government of our city, we express our condolences,” the statement reported.

César Alberto Mascetti was born on December 9, 1941 in the town of San Pedro. He studied journalism at the National University of La Plata. His starting point was the Independiente in his hometown, founded in 1892 by his grandfather Alejandro Mascetti and later by inheritance from his father César Mascetti (Mascetti).

In 1965 he began working at the newspaper Clarín, in 1968 he moved to the newspaper La Razón and began his career at Channel 13 in 1971. He interviewed celebrities such as Salvador Allende, Arturo Umberto Illia, Juan Domingo Perón, Raúl Alfonsín, Carlos Menem, George Harrison , Atahualpa Yupanki and Jorge Luis Borges, among others. He covered historical events such as the tragedy of flight 571 of the Uruguayan Air Force in the Andes (Chile, 1972), the return of Perón (Argentina, 1972-1973) and the death of dictator Francisco Franco (Spain, 1975-1976) . He also worked as a war correspondent in the Nicaraguan civil war during the Sandinista Revolution until the fall of Somoza.

In Tennessee, he has been with Monica since 1993. Cahen D’Anvers-Mascetti’s collaboration on Telenoche continued until 2003. In the same year, on June 6, 2003, he married his partner of 25 years, according to the portal Saint Peter Reports. On April 20, 2004, he began working with his wife on the program Mónica y César on Radio del Plata, which was broadcast at noon on the radio and continued until 2015, after which they both retired from journalism and settled in San Pedro, where they run a rural tourism agency called “La Campiña de Mónica”.