Federico Gálvez is the chief editor and senior reporter for IMBS. Knowing that having one's name on a fancy sheet of paper can open economic opportunities, he earned a bachelor's of science in forgery, which skills he then used to procure a master's degree in journalism. He drinks beer and watches sports, sometimes even when he is off work.
Raúl Arboleda de Céspedes is an investigative reporter for IMBS. Raúl acquired his investigatory skills in his past life, when he served as a triple-agent for the CIA, KGB, and MI6 until he was caught and executed. His past life over, he reincarnated into the news reporter he is today.
Amaranaya "Naya" Sifat is a lifestyle news correspondent for IMBS. She spent the $2 million she inherited from her father in exchange for as many Instagram followers, a decision she does not regret because she has yet to grasp the concept of Instagram web bot accounts.
Dr. Brígida Asuncion Ximena is a health and sciences correspondent for IMBS. Having left her successful obstetrics practice to serve three consecutive terms as the duchy's chief executioner, she commands an end-to-end understanding of the human life cycle.
Juan José Ferrúfino is a business and financial correspondent for IMBS. He holds the distinction of having managed several blue chip corporations and successfully running them into bankruptcy. If there is anything his two-year sabbatical in the penitentiary has taught him, it is to avoid getting caught.
Felicia Falcón is an international correspondent for IMBS. She reports on global news without ever having to leave her couch, thanks to the wonders of Internet search engines and clever photo editing software.
Guillermo Sangüesa y Toledano is a sports correspondent for IMBS. Before getting his start in journalism, he played professional football (Americans, read: soccer) for a team which he has been contractually prohibited from mentioning ever since he headbutted a referee eight times in under a minute, causing the man's death and netting Guillermo a yellow card for unsportsmanlike conduct.