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Sotelo, Ramírez host new Telemundo 48 sports show

Sotelo, Ramírez host new Telemundo 48 sports show

KSTS Telemundo 48 in San Jose is launching a new weekly half-hour sports show. “Noticiero Telemundo 48: Edición Deportiva” premieres tomorrow Saturday, February 24 at 11 pm PT. Sports anchor Gabriel Sotelo and news anchor Juan Francisco Ramírez are the program’s co-hosts. The Saturday night show will have the latest national sports news, but will […]

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Telemundo local stations gear up for RNC debate

Telemundo local stations gear up for RNC debate

The Telemundo/CNN-produced Republican debate takes place tonight and the network’s local station group will be in full force in Houston. As one of the hosts of the debate, Telemundo network positioned María Celeste Arrarás to participate as a panelist asking the candidates questions related to Latino issues. Additionally, a team of anchors and reporters will […]

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Univision debuts “Nuestra Belleza Latina – VIP”

Univision debuts “Nuestra Belleza Latina – VIP”

Univision is celebrating the 10th season of its beauty pageant with a special edition. “Nuestra Belleza Latina – VIP,” which starts this Sunday, February 28 at 8 pm ET/PT, brings back 12 former finalists for a second shot at the crown. The 12 women were selected from 99 finalists that participated in the previous 9 […]

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Cox Orlando launches its first Spanish-language radio station

Cox Orlando launches its first Spanish-language radio station

Cox Media Group (CMG) has flipped the switch on X107.3 Orlando’s Alternative station. Starting today, the radio station is 107.3 Solo Éxitos, a Spanish Contemporary format playing songs from the 1990s and 2000s targeting Hispanic adults 25-54. Today’s launch marks CMG’s first-time entry into a Hispanic format. The newly rebranded FM will be the 7th […]

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Fusion signs multi-year deal with All Def Digital

Fusion signs multi-year deal with All Def Digital

Fusion has signed a strategic partnership deal with urban multi-platform media company All Def Digital (ADD) to air the All Def Movie Awards. As part of the multi-year agreement, Fusion will work with ADD to build the All Def Movie Awards franchise and be the exclusive broadcaster of the event, starting this Sunday. The All […]

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Fusion to debut documentary series “The Naked Truth”

Fusion to debut documentary series “The Naked Truth”

Cable network Fusion today announced the launch of a new cross-platform investigative franchise called “The Naked Truth.” The network’s investigative team will produce digital and social content as well as a new documentary series that will premiere this Sunday, January 31 at 8PM. The first episode, “The Naked Truth: Death by Fentanyl,” which covers the […]

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Univision pulls Sabadazo from Saturday night slot

Univision pulls Sabadazo from Saturday night slot

It looks like “Sabadazo,” the Televisa-produced variety show that replaced “Sábado Gigante” tanked with U.S audiences. Univision has taken it out of the 8 pm timeslot and moved it to 12 noon. The network is replacing “Sabadazo” with a 2-hour program called “Crónicas de Sabado,” hosted by Maria Antonieta Collins and Félix de Bedout and an episode […]

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Univision grabs UEFA soccer rights from ESPN

Univision grabs UEFA soccer rights from ESPN

Univision may have lost the rights to air the World Cup to Telemundo, but today it announced it acquired the exclusive U.S. Spanish-language broadcast rights to all UEFA national team competitions from 2018 to 2022. ESPN currently holds the rights to Euro 2016 and will air matches in Spanish on ESPN Deportes this summer. The deal […]

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KGBT hires Aguirre to launch Azteca América news briefs

KGBT hires Aguirre to launch Azteca América news briefs

Marianela Aguirre starts a new job today at KGBT in Harlingen, TX. She has been hired to anchor and produce local news briefs for Azteca América in the Rio Grande Valley, airing on the station’s 4.2 channel. She’ll be reporting to CBS 4 News Director Zoltan Csanyi-Salcedo. The news briefs, which will air throughout the afternoon […]

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ESPN Deportes debuts new set and programming slate

ESPN Deportes debuts new set and programming slate

ESPN Deportes, which went live on Jan. 7, 2004, is celebrating 12 years on the air this week. And on this anniversary, the network is revamping its look, programming slate and is inaugurating a new 2,690 sq. foot production facility in Mexico City. The new production center combines four studios that accommodate several sets in […]

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Media Moves 2015 year in review

Media Moves 2015 year in review

Lots happened in 2015. The year was filled with people moves, network restructurings, newscast cancellations, and the loss of some veteran journalists and media pioneers, like Enrique Gratas and Danny Villanueva. In case you missed some of the biggest or most popular Media Moves stories of the year, here’s a recap: JANUARY Layoffs at El Diario; […]

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Latino Public Broadcasting awards funds for 11 projects

Latino Public Broadcasting awards funds for 11 projects

The non-profit Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) has announced 11 winners of its 2015 Public Media Content Fund. Among the chosen projects, 37% of the funded producers are emerging filmmakers, 21% are mid-level producers and 42% are veteran filmmakers. In total, 68% of the funded producers are women. Every year LPB invites independent producers to submit […]

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