Jaime Maussan Discusses Proof Of The Existence Of UFOs

Jaime Maussan, journalist investigating UFOs

Jaime Maussan studied journalism at the UNAM and the Miami University in Ohio, United States.

Since 1970 he has practiced his profession as a reporter in the following ways: El Sol de México (Mexico’s Sun), Diario “La Afición” (Diary “The Hobby”), 24 Horas (24 Hours), W Radio, XEX Radio and Televisa, among others.

Within highlighted Televisa correspondent in the United States, General Information reporter Domingo a Domingo (Sunday to Sunday) program with Jacobo Zabludovsky, General Coordinator and director of sixty stories for the same program.

The works that helped Jaime become known as an outstanding reporter and researcher, took place within the television program “60 Minutos” (“60 Minutes”) where he did research on environmental and social reporting, was the series of reports “Génesis y Apocalipsis” (“Genesis and Apocalypse”), Mexico and the world by the year 2000, which marked the path to Jaime Maussan as one of the most important journalists and researchers, winning over 14 awards in the world, within most notably, the World Institute Award UN Population granted to a selection of more than 7,000 jobs, delivered at the Mike Mansfield Room of the Capitol in Washington D.C. in the United States.