The emotion has been very present in the last day of Jaime Cantizano in front of ‘Mañaneros’The communicator said goodbye to the audience of La 1 de TVE this Friday after having presented his morning programme throughout this television season, which is about to end.

“Like many of you, I have been dedicating myself to this for many yearsto the radio and to the television, and sometimes one thinks ‘well, few things are going to surprise me or I’m not going to learn much’. This year something happened to me that I didn’t think would happen to me: I have learned a lot from a team and from television“said the communicator, who received the warmth of his colleagues, who prepared a video of his best moments and gave him a cup.

Regarding the future of the program, the presenter was confident that ‘Mañaneros’ will move forward without his presence: “”With this professional and human component of ‘Mañaneros’, this has to go well.“.

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of you. I hope you felt comfortable with me. I have understood work, for many years, as an experience in which one has to feel comfortable and make the people around them feel comfortable. Even if you don’t believe it, I’m gonna miss you“Cantizano concluded, receiving a standing ovation from the entire program team.

It should be noted that, a few months ago, Jaime Cantizano decided to leave TVE to strengthen their professional ties with Atresmediawhere he currently presents the magazine ‘Finally it’s not Monday’on the weekend mornings of Onda Cero, with an exclusivity contract.

Starting next season, the Jerez native will host the radio station’s afternoons, replacing Julia Oterowhich after a successful period of more than two consecutive decades, He asked the management to take charge of the weekend to be able to have more time off and better combine work with your personal life. It should be remembered that Julia Otero overcame cancer very recently, from which she recovered satisfactorily.

Ana Prada, Alberto Herrera, Laura Lobo and Valle Aguilón will host ‘Mañaneros’ in the summer

Starting this coming Monday, July 1, ‘Mañaneros’ will begin a new stage without Jaime Cantizano. Ana Prada and Alberto Herreraregular co-presenters of the show, will continue to lead the public channel’s space, which will feature choir leadership with Laura Lobo and Valle Aguilon in front of their usual sections. During July and August, the program will offer a refreshing look at current summer events in our country with the new space ‘Ola mañaneros!’.

Throughout the summer, Marc Santandreu and Miriam Moreno They will join the program after enjoying their summer commitments and maternity leave.