Gaby Natale is the host and co-executive producer of SuperLatina, the three-time EMMY-nominated syndicated talk-show, as well as an Entertainment & Lifestyle blogger.
As the President of AGANAR Media, Gaby Natale is one of the few women in the entertainment industry who owns not only the rights to her TV show but also a TV studio, a unique situation that allows her to combine her passion for television and her entrepreneurial spirit.
In the digital world, Gaby has been a pioneer creating branded videos for Fortune 500 companies and developing her own online fan base with 7 million combined views on YouTube -and growing at half a million per month- and over 16,000 followers in Twitter.
Gaby’s versatility as host is also revealed during her signature interviews. She has secured interviews and exclusives with headliners as varied as Enrique Iglesias, Thalia, Gloria Trevi, Paulina Rubio, Hollywood legend Edward James Olmos, NBA sensation Manu Ginobili and former president George H.W. Bush, among others.
Over the years, Gaby has received many awards and nominations. In 2012 and 2011 Gaby was nominated for a Lone Star EMMY Award in the category “Best TV Host”. In 2010, Gaby’s investigative reports on the challenges facing gay Latinos were recognized with a national nomination to the GLAAD Media Awards. In 2009, SuperLatina’s signature “Dreams-come-True” segment “Misión SuperLatina” received a Lone Star EMMY nomination. In 2008, SuperLatina was named Best Magazine Show by the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters beating all English-language shows in the same category.
Prior to starting her own company, Gaby Natale worked in numerous news-related positions including news anchor for Univision in Texas, border reporter for TV Azteca Mexico and Washington correspondent for some of the most prestigious media outlets in Latin America such as Colombia’s Cadena Caracol and Argentina’s Radio Continental.
Gabriela Natale has a BA in International Relations from Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina) and Westminster University (UK) and a Master’s Degree in Journalism from Columbia University’s joint international program for Hispanic journalists (Columbia University, Universidad de San Andrés, Grupo Clarín). She has taught Journalism and Communications courses at the University of Texas, Midland College and Odessa College