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.


  • University Of North Texas, Journalism, 2011

Recent Articles by Nahum

  Mother of boy killed in boating accident speaks out after manslaughter trial delayed

One dead in two-vehicle crash on US 59 in Panola Co.

  2 injured in Flint shooting

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

  Fire destroys Rusk County home

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

Henderson man dies in overturned trailer in Harrison County

  Juneteenth celebration at Longview’s Broughton park

  Ye Olde City Antiques manager hopeful for mall’s future after fire heavily damages building

Firefighters find woman in submerged vehicle off Highway 31 near Chandler

  Man arrested after early morning police chase in Smith County

Two killed in two-vehicle wreck in Upshur County

  Tyler woman who contracted COVID-19, lost father to illness, recalls family’s plight

Early morning fender bender on Highway 69 North and Gentry Parkway

TRAFFIC ALERT: Power restored at 2 Gentry Pkwy intersections in Tyler

  WEBXTRA: Driver of stolen truck leads police on chase from Kilgore to Longview

Cedar Street United Methodist Church donates computers to families in need

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

City of Jacksonville host “Spring into Support Blood Drive”

Panola County Judge files Declaration of Disaster due to Public Health Emergency

  East Texas church holds drive in service

  Coronavirus looms over ETX restaurants, slowing business

Rusk Co. Office of Emergency Management to hold briefing for COVID-19 in faith communities

Early morning crash claims life of Wills Point man

Azleway releases statement after former employee sentenced to prison

  COVID-19 preparations and precautions discussed at emergency meeting in Harrison County

  East Texas Veterans Alliance hosting yard sale for veterans & their families in Gilmer

  Vehicle crashes into building off State Highway 64 in Smith County

One injured in shooting on West New Boston Road

  Fire damages donation storage room at Longview mission