Nina Terrero is a correspondent at Entertainment Weekly, where she reports on films, books and pop culture for EW’s print magazine and website. Nina also hosts EW’s famed ‘Must List’ digital video series and regularly appears on-air as an entertainment expert on major broadcast, cable and digital programs including the TODAY Show, Access Hollywood, POPSUGAR TV, Good Morning America Weekend, YouTube Nation and CBS New York. A seasoned on-air reporter, Nina also conducts celebrity interviews, covers red carpets, large-scale entertainment events and movie premieres with her signature bubbly personality and hard-hitting interview style.
Before joining Entertainment Weekly, Nina was the Entertainment Editor at NBC Latino, an English language, Hispanic news digital platform at NBC News. A member of NBC Latino’s founding team, Nina produced original, multimedia coverage of films, music, television, pop culture, food and lifestyle news. During her time at NBC Latino, Nina distinguished herself as a young Latina journalist on the rise by conducting news-making interviews with many of Latino Hollywood’s brightest stars, including Jennifer Lopez, Sofia Vergara, Marc Anthony, Javier Bardem and Zoe Saldana. While at NBC News, Nina also appeared as an entertainment expert on the TODAY Show, MSNBC and NBC affiliates nationwide, reporting on topics ranging from singer Jenni Rivera’s untimely death to the 2014 Golden Globes.
In 2012, Nina was named one of Huffington Post’s “50 Top Latino Voices to Follow on Twitter.” She has also been recognized for her health reporting by the National Hispanic Medical Association with a “Public Health Education through Media Leadership” award and in May 2013, she was listed as a “Rising Star of Journalism” by the Huffington Post.
Nina began her career at ABC News, where she worked her way up the newsroom ranks from coordinator to general assignment digital reporter. A native of New Jersey, she graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Government and dual concentrations in Science & Technology Studies and Law & Society. Of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, Nina also attended Columbia University, where she earned an M.A. in Political Science. She resides with her husband in New York City.