U.S. Hispanic media giant Univision Communications reported Tuesday a 6.4% net revenue bump in its first quarter results to $562 million from $528.4 million in Q1 2012. Good news comes ahead of its…
NBCUniversal is plowing more money and resources into its Spanish-lingo TV assets, and for good reason. Broadcast net Telemundo and cabler Mun2 hit the sweet spot of the fastest-growing segment of…
Hulu is launching a section for Spanish-language programming that draws from 11 content companies.
Sony Pictures Television has tapped former Univision exec Veronica Pimstein as senior VP of creative, Latin America/U.S. Hispanic production.
As the competition among media giants heats up to capture the Hispanic audience in the U.S., Univision plans to up its game by rolling out dedicated telenovela, sports and news cable channels over…
Univision Communications has tapped TV vet German Perez-Nahim, the former general manager of Venezuelan web Televen, as senior VP and operating manager of its sister web TeleFutura.
After leaving her native Peru in March 2008 under a cloud of controversy, longtime talkshow host Laura Bozzo has re-emerged atop the ratings in her new yakker, "Laura," aired by Mexico's broadcast…
NBC Universal's Spanish-language web Telemundo has inked a multi-year output deal with Colombia's Caracol TV, its first such pact in five years.
U.S. Hispanic media conglom Univision Communications has realigned its news and entertainment divisions in a bid to streamline its management structure.
U.S. Spanish-language web Univision is set to bow its video-on-demand service in January, but Mexican conglom Televisa's hit content won't be on board.
Mar started acting onstage at age 8 and has since honed her craft on television, particularly telenovelas, where she goes by her real name, Marcela Gardeazabal.
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