One of the most important communicators in our country, María Teresa Campos, died this morning at the age of 82 after
being admitted last Sunday to the Fundación Jiménez Díaz Hospital in Madrid for a picture of acute respiratory failure. The veteran presenter was surrounded by her relatives until the moment of her death.
That is why there have been many people from the world of communication and politics, who have wanted to pay their little tribute and say goodbye. In this case, from Telecinco, which was her home for many years, Patricia Pardo has started The Summer Program with some heartfelt words to the communicator.
Spain is orphaned after the death of one of the mothers of the small screen in our country. María Teresa Campos, journalist and television presenter, finally died at dawn, as confirmed by her family.
The communicator was admitted to the Fundación Jiménez Díaz Hospital on Sunday, September 3, after suffering a picture of acute respiratory failure. After two days fighting for her life, the medical center confirmed yesterday that her condition had worsened in the last few hours and that she was "very serious".
In recent months, the communicator remained confined to her home, completely withdrawn from television and public life, while the television members of her family conveyed their concern about her rapid deterioration. María Teresa is survived by her two daughters, Terelu and Carmen; three grandchildren, Alejandra, José María and Carmen; and a great-grandson, Marc.
"Committed woman and indisputable professional," Jorge Javier Vázquez wrote on his social networks as soon as he heard the news. She did it by accompanying her words with a photograph where she appeared next to the malagueña. Sandra Golpe, Jesús Cintora, José Manuel Parada and even the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, have also had a few words of remembrance for the communicator.
Although it was at his home, Telecinco, where some emotional and heartfelt words were heard by Patricia Pardo, the presenter of El programa del verano. "It was expected news, but it does not stop being shocking and very sad, very hard," the journalist began by saying.
"María Teresa was one of the great communicators of this house and of our country, a unique woman, a pioneer, a woman with character, peculiar, a teacher of great journalists and creator of a different way of doing television." she assured her.