In describing details about a workshop, I'm listing the presenting person/organization, the location, the date, and giving a link for more information. So far what I have, with equivalent English in parenthesis, is:

Presentador (Presented By):
Ubicación (Location):
Fecha (Date):
Informaciones (More Information) [link]

Is 'presentador' correct, or what word would a native Spanish speaker use to list the presenter?

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    Presentador is correct but you should say Información or Más información instead of Informaciones.
    – DGaleano
    Dec 27, 2016 at 19:29
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    Ponente is also often used instead of presentador/a Dec 27, 2016 at 20:06

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I prefer Ponente rather than Presentador, but both are correct.

Instead of "Informaciones" you should use Más información: [link]

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