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Reporter Iris Delgado’s attacker pleads guilty Azteca América signs deal to air Dallas Cowboys games in Texas Univision hires Rodríguez as first Chief Global Security Officer García named News Director at KIII-TV Telemundo’s Señor de los Cielos finale reaches 4.6 million
 
Reporter Iris Delgado’s attacker pleads guilty

Reporter Iris Delgado’s attacker pleads guilty

Azteca América signs deal to air Dallas Cowboys games in Texas

Azteca América signs deal to air Dallas Cowboys games in Texas

Univision hires Rodríguez as first Chief Global Security Officer

Univision hires Rodríguez as first Chief Global Security Officer

García named News Director at KIII-TV

García named News Director at KIII-TV

Telemundo’s Señor de los Cielos finale reaches 4.6 million

Telemundo’s Señor de los Cielos finale reaches 4.6 million

Reporter Iris Delgado’s attacker pleads guilty

Reporter Iris Delgado’s attacker pleads guilty

21 July 2016

The woman who attacked Telemundo 62 reporter Iris Delgado during a live shot last month has pled guilty to a charge of simple assault yesterday. Waheedah Wilson, a 37-year-old homeless woman, has been in jail since the June 8 attack, because she couldn’t afford bond for her $25,000 bail, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Judge Jacqueline […]

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Azteca América signs deal to air Dallas Cowboys games in Texas

Azteca América signs deal to air Dallas Cowboys games in Texas

21 July 2016

As part of a two-year deal, Azteca América stations in San Antonio, Austin and Corpus Christi will become the official Spanish-Language TV stations for the Dallas Cowboys. The agreement, announced today by Azteca San Antonio, includes the broadcast of three live pre-season games of the Dallas Cowboys games in Spanish on Azteca stations KVDF San […]

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Univision hires Rodríguez as first Chief Global Security Officer

Univision hires Rodríguez as first Chief Global Security Officer

21 July 2016

Univision has created a new position and hired a high-level FBI officer to deal with “rapidly-evolving security and safety issues” that the company may face. Diego Rodríguez has been named Univision’s Chief Global Security Officer, tasked with “overseeing and coordinating enterprise-wide security efforts to ensure that the company has best-in-class practices in place to safeguard […]

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García named News Director at KIII-TV

García named News Director at KIII-TV

20 July 2016

Oscar E. Garcia has started a new job as News Director of KIII-TV in Corpus Christi. He joins the ABC affiliate from KFOX in EL Paso, where he was Executive Producer since February of 2014. Before that, he spent over three years as news producer for the station’s 9 pm weekday newscast. Oscar previously worked at […]

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Telemundo’s Señor de los Cielos finale reaches 4.6 million

Telemundo’s Señor de los Cielos finale reaches 4.6 million

19 July 2016

Telemundo’s runaway hit “El Señor de los Cielos” continues to be a hot property for the network. The fourth season finale of the popular “Super Series” attracted 4,577,000 viewers during its three-hour conclusion last night, according to Nielsen. Starring Rafael Amaya as Aurelio Casillas, the finale averaged 2,644,000 total viewers, 1,480,000 adults 18-49 and 753,000 […]

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KTLM adds Sánchez to news team

KTLM adds Sánchez to news team

18 July 2016

KTLM Telemundo 40 Río Grande Valley has hired Carlos Sánchez as Video Journalist for its 10 pm newscast. His first day at at the station is today, but he’ll make his on-air debut in early August. Carlos arrives to Telemundo 40 from KTDO Telemundo El Paso, where he worked since 2014 until last week. He […]

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Anthony Ponce quits WMAQ

Anthony Ponce quits WMAQ

15 July 2016

Anthony Ponce has resigned from his job as weekend morning anchor and reporter at WMAQ. His last day on the air is July 24. Ponce, who had been at NBC’s O&O in Chicago since 2007, is leaving the station “to pursue other opportunities outside of television news.” Chicago TV columnist Robert Feder points out that Ponce was […]

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Telemundo premieres second co-production with Weather Channel

Telemundo premieres second co-production with Weather Channel

14 July 2016

Noticias Telemundo and The Weather Channel have teamed up again to produce a documentary. “Cosecha de Miseria,” a 9-month investigative effort, exposes exploitative child labor practices on coffee plantations in the Mexican state of Chiapas. The documentary shows the tasks performed by the migrant children who work in coffee production and the role played by regulatory […]

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I'm an Emmy award-winning journalist, who's worked as an on-air reporter in Spanish and English-language television news. I've worked for Univision, Telemundo, CNN en Español and Los Angeles Fox and UPN stations before diving into a convergence model at the San Jose Mercury News. I was president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists from 2004 to 2006. As an online news manager, I was West Coast Web Editor for impreMedia and Managing Editor of IntersectionsSouthLA.org. I am also a freelance writer, reporter and producer. I founded Media Moves in June of 2007.