Journalist Elia Rodríguez Died: What Happened To Her?

‘EsRadio’, the medium in which she worked, has specified that the communicator has died this morning as a result of a domestic accident.

The Grupo Libertad Digital and the entire journalistic sector have been dismayed this Wednesday with the death of journalist Elia Rodríguez. According to esRadio, the medium in which she currently worked, the 38-year-old communicator died this morning ” suddenly due to a domestic accident, a fall, at her home.” According to La Vanguardia, sources close to the chain have revealed that Rodríguez fell down the stairs.

She was the director and presenter of ‘It’s the weekend morning’, on esRadio , a station where she also worked as an announcer for the bulls on ‘Es Toros’ , “a program that is the result of her efforts and commitment to the national holiday. ”. “Elia was one of esRadio’s emblematic voices since its inception and one of the most loved by our audience and by all of us who were lucky enough to work with her. Radio was her passion and her career in this house attests to this, ”read the media statement.

In addition to the farewell to esRadio, “messages have not stopped arriving from all parts of Spain showing their condolences, proof of the affection and affection that Elia had earned with her excellent work, her vitality, her joy, and that closeness, so hers, to the listeners ”. Among these emissaries, that of her former boss, Fernando Sánchez Dragó stands out : “She was – she will continue to be in my memory – an extraordinary being in all possible aspects of the human condition.” Also many listeners have expressed their sadness and have confessed that they will miss hearing her “fresh and cheerful” voice .

The Libertad Digital Group and all his companions moved our deepest condolences to her family and loved ones. Rest in peace our Elia. We will always remember you.


Elia Rodríguez, born in Segovia, has a degree in Information Sciences and a master’s degree in Institutional and Political Communication from Carlos III of Madrid. She became known with her participation in the TVE literary program ‘Libros con uasabi ‘, presented by Fernando Sánchez Dragó, in which she spoke with two other women, Ayanta Barilli and Anna Grau.

However, she was always related to the radio world, her great passion. First, she was part of the Jiménez Losantos program on esRadio and then continued with her role as presenter, hosting the weekend magazine Es la Mañana de Fin de Semana and esToros during Sundays at midnight.


Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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