Nahum Lopez

Nahum Lopez

Digital Content Producer

Nahum Lopez is a local radio enthusiast turned TV aficionado who was born in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua. In the early 80's at the young age of three he migrated to the town of Port Arthur, TX with his grandmother Socorro Torres where he attended Thomas Jefferson High School and graduated with the class of 2000. As a student he took part in the high school's newspaper where he grew an interest in the Media & Journalism.

He received 2 Associate degrees (A.A.) from Tyler Junior College the first in radio & television broadcasting

and the second in journalism & mass communications, later he attended The University of North Texas

where he received his Bachelors of Applied Arts & Sciences (B.A.A.S.) with a specialty in Journalism.

Nahum has worked in the Radio & Marketing world for the last 15 years most recently as the Program Director of Caliente 103.1 & 104.7 in the East Texas area. Prior to that he served as the Multicultural Marketing Coordinator for the Brookshire Grocery company where he got to interact with multiple communities in Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Prior to relocating back to Tyler he spent a few years in the Pacific Northwest from 2012 to 2015 working for Albertson's and Safeway on their broadcast and digital team.

Outside of radio and TV being his passion music naturally falls in line and goes hand in hand for him. He enjoys live music concerts, movies, and a nice outing into the woods he also loves the beach and spending as much time as possible with his 7 year-old little boy and his 3 year-old little girl.

Education:

  • University Of North Texas, Journalism, 2011

Recent Articles by Nahum

Deep East Texas school closings, delays May 10

  Weather closes roads, schools in Deep East Texas

Houston County Electric Cooperative crews working to restore power to several East Texas counties

Missing woman found after walking into Nacogdoches police station

ERCOT asks Texans to conserve electricity through Tuesday

Houston Texans release JJ Watt

TRAFFIC ALERT: Reduced speeds on US 69 in Huntington

TRAFFIC ALERT: North First Street at Fred Street in Lufkin shut down

TxDOT: Detours and lane shifts over US 59 in Tenaha

1 dead, 1 seriously injured after truck goes off the road, strikes tree in Jasper County

Traffic reduced to one lane due to major crash in Polk County

  TxDOT crews to apply brine in Nacogdoches and Shelby County in advance of possible freeze

Hemphill woman dies in two-vehicle crash in Sabine County

WATCH: Tatum QB with long TD pass under pressure

  1 dead in crash on US 59 north of Garrison

Two Tyler organizations prepare for Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations

  Ellen Trout Zoo cancels Zoo Boo 2020 due to COVID-19

Timpson High School goes virtual after multiple positive COVID-19 cases

East Texas roads closed due to flooding

DPS investigation reveals more details in Shelby County wreck which killed 5

4 children, 1 adult killed in Shelby County head-on wreck

Governor announces $150,000 in federal COVID-19 emergency funding for local governments

Center man accused of driving intoxicated in death of Tenaha woman

2-year-old, Zamya Whitaker, found safe in Cherokee County

3 injured in Lufkin shooting reportedly over money

Hospitality Health ER uplifts and honors healthcare workers with Free, Live Stream Concert led by Christian recording artist, Leeland

  Lufkin ISD launches Lufkin Learns at Home website for students, parents

Lufkin ISD offering more curbside meal pickup locations available Monday

  San Augustine Independent School District will begin online classes Wednesday

Stephen F. Austin University: plans to problem solve