With a career spanning over 20 years, this Emmy award winner is Spanish language TV’s leading sports host.
Fiore, who in a poll conducted among U.S. Hispanics was recognized as their “Favorite Soccer Personality,” traveled to South Africa this summer as the host of Univision’s 2010 FIFA World Cup coverage, which had record-‐ breaking ratings with over 8.8 million viewers tuning in for the final match.
Currently, he can be seen as the host of Univision’s (the nation’s highest-‐ rated Spanish language TV network), “República Deportiva,” a weekly sports show with worldwide coverage, and conducting the sports segment on “Primer Impacto” (Univision’s #1 news show). Additionally, he is the current spokesperson for AT&T in the U.S. Hispanic market.
He traveled around the world as the co-‐host Univision’s “Fuera de Serie” and continues to do so but now covering the most important sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup, the Olympic Games, the most awaited championship boxing fights, among many others. The respect he has gained from sports fans worldwide has landed him a spot as MC and host of the most important sport conferences and events.
In 2006, he published his first book titled “The World Cup,” for which he received rave reviews and great success among his fanatics.
Fernando participates in the annual celebrity soccer game, “Rotagol,” which helps raise funds for unprivileged children in Central America.
He resides in Miami with his son Gianluca.