Daniela Castelo

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Daniela Castelo (Buenos Aires, 8 October 1968 – Buenos Aires, 2 February 2011) was an Argentine journalist, eldest daughter of Adolfo Castelo (1940–2004). She attended secondary school in the Liceo Nacional 9 in Buenos Aires. She graduated in psychology in the University of Buenos Aires.

In 1987 she started to work as producer of La Noticia Rebelde, a historic program directed by her father. In 1989 she signed a contract with América 2 as producer of the program Crema Americana, presented by Juan Castro, Pato Galván and Ari Paluch.[1]

She worked for the first time in radio with her father in the program Uno por semana on Radio Continental.[2]

In April 2008, with the collaboration of her sister Carla Castelo and the journalist Jorge Bernárdez, she presented No se lo digas a nadie, a media analysis program on Radio Nacional, on Mondays from 0:30 to 2:00.[3] Beginning in July 2010, she ran the program Prófugos de la noticia in Nacional Rock FM 93.7 from Monday to Friday from 17:00 to 19:00.[4]

In November 2010 she submitted for publication a biography of her father written with her sister Carla.

On the evening of 2 February 2011, Daniela suffered a cerebral aneurysm and was admitted to the emergency room at the clinic Bazterrica in Buenos Aires, where she suffered a cardiac arrest and died.[5]


  1. ^ Ciudad.com.ar Murió la hija mayor de Adolfo Castelo (in Spanish)
  2. ^ Falleció Daniela, la hija mayor de Adolfo Castelo (in Spanish)
  3. ^ A los 47 años falleció la hija de Adolfo Castelo Archived 2011-07-10 at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish)
  4. ^ El rock okupa Radio Nacional Archived 2011-07-10 at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish)
  5. ^ Falleció Daniela, la hija mayor de Adolfo Castelo Archived 2011-02-07 at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish)
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