Sin Fronteras WNY / Beyond Borders WNY, is Buffalo's media platform for acculturated Hispanics in WNY; producing content that informs, entertains and inspires the forward thinking. Stories that are important bicultural Hispanics,
that are WNY residents with cultural ties to Latin America. Many Latinos today identify with both cultures, Sin Fronteras WNY will fill the need for a news platform that caters to bilingual and English-speaking Latinos.
Tune in every Friday at 1:00 PM, with seasoned TV- news journalist Samantha Martinez, for local news you can trust and count on.
Sin Fronteras WNY is dedicated to providing quality news and information to our local community. We are passionate about truthful, independent, fair, non-biased reporting of stories and issues that impact the communities we serve. If you have a story idea or an event the community wants to hear about, Shoot us an Email!
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TV-news journalist Samantha Martinez was born in NYC and grew up in Orlando, Florida. She has worked across multiple platforms in the news industry, including as an on-air chief news reporter for NBC affiliates, and news anchor and news director in New York City. While covering the big apple, she anchored the nightly newscasts and interviewed world leaders and controversial figures including: United States President Barack Obama; United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo; former President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharaff; and Prime Minister of Kashmir, Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry. While serving as a News Director at an international news station in New York City, Samantha led a team of producers, editors, directors, reporters and foreign correspondents stationed around the globe; to produce a LIVE nightly news broadcast that aired nationally. Samantha has also reported breaking news from Florida, covering national exclusive stories like the Haitian earthquake orphans arriving in Orlando, the Casey Anthony saga, and the Tiger Woods controversy.
Samantha is proud to now call Buffalo, New York her new home and is excited to be part of the Board of Directors of the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York, Inc., and host of Sin Fronteras WNY. She is committed to breaking down Latino stereotypes through awareness and understanding and celebrating contributions to every avenue of American life including socio-economic, political and cultural development.
Samantha has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and International Relations from the University of South Florida.
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