Dax Tejera Obituary, George Stephanopoulos Executive Producer has died

Dax Tejera Obituary, Death – A heart attack took the life of Dax Tejera, who served as the executive producer of the ABC program This Week with George Stephanopoulos. He was only a few weeks away from turning 38 years old at the time. At the tender age of 35, just weeks before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Tejera was named executive producer of This Week, and the newscast quickly climbed to No. 1 among Adults 25-54. In 2017, he became a senior producer for ABC News’ Washington Bureau, where he was responsible for producing remote-anchored broadcasts from across the country as well as specials from the summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un in Singapore and between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

Before taking over as executive producer of the Sunday show, Tejera managed newsmaker interviews and covered major breaking news stories, such as the pandemic that is still going on, the presidential election in 2020, and the riot that occurred on January 6 at the Capitol. In addition to that, Tejera worked for ABC News on a number of special events that were broadcast and streamed online. Corazón de América: Celebrating Hispanic Culture was a primetime special that aired on ABC in September 2021 that paid tribute to the contributions and accomplishments of the more than 60 million people in the United States who claim Latino or Hispanic heritage.

He served as a co-executive producer for this program. Additionally, he served as the executive producer for primetime streaming election specials leading up to the 2018 midterm elections. Additionally, he launched shows designed to expand ABC News’ streaming programming, including The Briefing Room, which provides an instant analysis of notable moments in the White House press briefing room.

Tejera served as the executive producer of America with Jorge Ramos before he began working for ABC News. Prior to that, he collaborated with HBO to produce the documentary film Hate Rising, which was centered on the ascent of white nationalists and the alt-right.

Tejera’s prior roles include serving as a producer at MSNBC and assisting with the launch of Jansing & Co. and Now with Alex Wagner. He began his professional life at NBC News, where he held positions as an assignment editor and researcher.

In November of 2016, we conducted an interview with Tejera about This Week, which had made the improbable ascent to the top spot among Adults 25-54. He was extremely proud of the program and enthusiastic about it, as well as the course that ABC News was taking and the format of Sunday shows in general.