Carlos Amezcua



Carlos Amezcua is Co-Founder of BEONDTV, a full-service media and technology company dedicated to providing content that Uplifts, Educates and Entertains. An award-winning television veteran, Carlos has spent the past 45 years covering major news stories around the world, spending most of those years in Los Angeles at KTLA as co-anchor of the number one-rated KTLA Morning News.

As a CBS News Correspondent, he covered President Ronald Reagan’s White House and has interviewed President George H. W. Bush and his wife Barbara, President Jimmy Carter, President Donald Trump, Senator Hilary Clinton, Mexican President Vicente Fox, Secretary of State Colin Powell and many more.
Carlos has been awarded 22 Emmys, Associated Press awards, The Radio Television News Association's "Golden Mike Award" and was part of the team that won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award. In 2006, The National Hispanic Media Coalition honored Carlos with its National Impact Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism. The Daily News called Carlos Amezcua, "LA's Best Anchorman".

As an entrepreneur, Carlos was responsible for creating and producing television’s first all Latino Stand Up Comedy show “Comedy Compadres”. He also created LA Kings Magazine, and the FOX Friday Night Specials.

In 2005 Carlos led a digital video streaming initiative that created the first non-buffering, non-loading HD video for digital devices that was implemented by FOX Television, CBS, Warner Brothers and Disney. That initiative led to his first successful exit as a tech entrepreneur.

Carlos continues to lead the way in both creative and technology projects with the launch of BEOND.TV, an innovative media programming platform that provides opportunity for diverse voices to be heard.

Carlos is also an active volunteer in many other community and business organizations and works to inspire young people to reach their highest potential.