Hernán Molina is a political analyst and commentator based in Los Angeles, California with more than fifteen years of experience in current affairs and politics.
In 2015, Hernan hosted "En La Lucha", a national public affairs show that aired nationwide on Spanish-language EstrellaTV network/Liberman Broadcasting. He interviewed political figures such as former LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin DeLeon, Congresswomen Norma Torres and Loretta Sanchez, Congressmen Tony Cardenas and Adam Schiff, and civil rights advocates like Salvador Sanabria, Executive Director of El Rescate, Ben Monterroso, Executive Director of Mi Familia Vota, Angelica Salas, Executive Director of CHIRLA, and Arturo Vargas, Executive Director of NALEO. He also discussed national politcs and current affairs with some of the most talented journalists in the United States and Mexico. Journalists like Pilar Marrero, Gabierl Lerner, Henrik Rhebinder, Alejandro Maciel, Jose Rebeles, and many more.
Over the years, too, Hernán has collaborated with different local and national news media outlets, including Noticias Univision 34, Noticiero Telemundo 52, Noticias 62, Miami-based MegaTV, Noticias MundoFox con Rolando Nichols and Noticias MundoFox 22 in Los Angeles. In addition, he has appeared multiple times on CNN en Español, CNN Latino, CNN Headline News, MSNBC and in some of the most prominent public affairs shows in Southern California.
From 2007 to 2009, Hernán hosted Time Warner Cable’s “Local Edition”, which aired on the CNN Headline News channel. From 2011 to 2012, Hernán hosted “LA Community” on KNLA TV of Los Angeles.
Hernán has also written extensively for different print and online media outlets, including Frontiers Magazine, MyLatinoNews.com and NBCLatino.com. Over the years, and in tandem with his involvement in the media field, Hernán worked in non-profit health services, including the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services.
From 2001 to the present time, Hernán has served as policy analyst and adviser to local government elected officials, developing an extensive network of contacts in the political circles of Los Angeles, Sacramento and Washington, D.C.
Hernán is well versed on issues impacting the Latino community in the United States and on a broad range of political matters in Latin America.
Hernán was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from where he departed to reside in Mexico City for two years at the age of 22. In 1991, he moved again, this time to Los Angeles, a place he has called home ever since.