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Estrella TV launches political show

Estrella TV launches political show

Political analyst Hernán Molina has landed his own show on Estrella TV network. “En La Lucha con Hernán Molina,” a weekly political show focusing on the most pressing current affairs impacting the Latino community in the United States, will air Sundays at 1 pm PT/12 CT. Featuring a panel of guests, the show aims to […]

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NBC Universo debuts Spanish dubbed “Suits” and “Law & Order”

NBC Universo debuts Spanish dubbed “Suits” and “Law & Order”

Cable network NBC Universo is stepping up its programming game, as it tries to build a new audience for the channel formerly known as mun2. Starting next week, the network is pumping its programming schedule with Spanish-language dubbed versions of popular NBC shows “Law and Order,” “Law and Order: Los Angeles” and USA hit “Suits.” […]

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De La Rosa starts at WGCL

De La Rosa starts at WGCL

Christian De La Rosa has joined CBS affiliate WGCL as a reporter. He arrives to Atlanta from KSWB, the Fox affiliate in San Diego. His first day was Monday, June 29. Before his move to San Diego, Christian worked from 2007 to 2012 as an anchor/reporter for the English and Spanish operations of Central Florida […]

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Univision IPO filing reveals Fusion multimillion dollar losses

Univision IPO filing reveals Fusion multimillion dollar losses

When Univision filed its plans for an IPO with the SEC this morning, it had to open its books, revealing its cable network Fusion lost $35 million in 2014 alone. The Univision/ABC joint venture forged in 2012 and launched in October of 2013 has faced numerous challenges – most notably, finding an audience and achieving […]

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Garcia leaves KENS

Garcia leaves KENS

Anchor Mat Garcia has left CBS affiliate KENS-TV in San Antonio after 3 years as the station’s morning anchor. His last day on the air was last Friday, June 26. That day he shared on Facebook that he decided to leave his anchor job “after long consideration and discussion with my family” and “to pursue […]

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Huelga hired as weekend meteorologist at KTNV

Huelga hired as weekend meteorologist at KTNV

Karla Huelga has jumped 56 markets to land in Las Vegas. ABC affiliate KTNV hired Karla from KVIA in El Paso to join the station’s Action News Weather First team. Karla, who is forecasting on weekend evenings, in addition to producing and substituting on weekdays, started on air on June 13th. “El Paso is home, […]

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Telemundo to air first national newscast shot on mobile devices

Telemundo to air first national newscast shot on mobile devices

Experimenting with evolving technology, “Noticiero Telemundo” will air a special “Digital Day” edition shot on mobile devices on Monday, July 6 at 6:30 pm/5:30 CT. Journalists will be reporting using smartphones and tablets to capture and feed their stories. The special edition of “Noticiero Telemundo” will be streamed on Periscope under the Noticiero Telemundo account […]

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Univision files for IPO, extends deal with Televisa

Univision files for IPO, extends deal with Televisa

After years of speculation, Univision has finally filed for an initial public offering this morning with plans to trade under the UVN symbol. The company didn’t reveal how many shares it intends to sell, but in the document registered with U.S. Securities and Trade Commission, Univision states it hopes to raise $100 million. The final […]

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Rozman starts as News Director at WZDC

Rozman starts as News Director at WZDC

María Rozman is back in the news business. After a brief stint as Director of Hispanic Media for the Hispanic Access Foundation, she is now News Director at WZDC, the ZGS-owned Telemundo affiliate in Washington, D.C. “I really enjoyed my time working with Hispanic Access Foundation, but when the opportunity to return the Telemundo family […]

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Ruiz named anchor at KPNX

Ruiz named anchor at KPNX

Vanessa Ruiz is leaving her reporter job at KNBC in Los Angeles. In 3 weeks, she starts at NBC affiliate KPNX 12 News in Phoenix as 5, 6 and 10 pm anchor. “After 14 intense, challenging, and unforgettable months in Los Angeles, life has decided to throw me a curveball and change my path,” Vanessa […]

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Adamari López returns to “Un Nuevo Día”

Adamari López returns to “Un Nuevo Día”

After the birth of her daughter Alaia and a three-month maternity leave, Adamari López returns to her TV hosting duties at “Un Nuevo Día.” Actress Laura Flores stepped in during her absence starting March 23. Adamari has been co-host of Telemundo’s morning show since 2012. The Puerto Rican actress and TV personality is scheduled to […]

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Trump sues Univision for $500 million

Trump sues Univision for $500 million

Donald Trump made good on his promise. He’s suing Univision for $500 million, alleging breach of contract and defamation after it broke business ties with Trump and announced it wouldn’t air the Miss USA pageant on July 12. It also accuses Univision of colluding with NBC. Ironically, the lawsuit states that “reaching the largest Spanish-speaking […]

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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.