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RTNA names María Elena Salinas “Broadcast Legend” Laid off Univision PR reporters land jobs at Telemundo Hernández, Zamora elected to ONA board Gartner named Fusion SVP and Chief Strategy Officer Puerto Rico’s WAPA launches U.S. newscast
 
RTNA names María Elena Salinas “Broadcast Legend”

RTNA names María Elena Salinas “Broadcast Legend”

Laid off Univision PR reporters land jobs at Telemundo

Laid off Univision PR reporters land jobs at Telemundo

Hernández, Zamora elected to ONA board

Hernández, Zamora elected to ONA board

Gartner named Fusion SVP and Chief Strategy Officer

Gartner named Fusion SVP and Chief Strategy Officer

Puerto Rico’s WAPA launches U.S. newscast

Puerto Rico’s WAPA launches U.S. newscast

Radio DJ Hugo Cadelago dies in NY hospital

Radio DJ Hugo Cadelago dies in NY hospital

18 October 2014

Hugo “El Gordo” Cadelago passed away late last night at a New York hospital. According to a source, he succumbed to cancer. A work colleague says Hugo was still on the air last week on his morning show “La Invasión Mañanera,” which airs on NY’s La Invasora 1600 AM, but was admitted to a hospital […]

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Bauzá named SVP/GM at Univision Puerto Rico amidst restructuring

Bauzá named SVP/GM at Univision Puerto Rico amidst restructuring

17 October 2014

As part of Univision Puerto Rico’s executive leadership and programming changes to Univision Canal 11, Jaime Bauzá has been promoted to the new position of SVP and General Manager. In this role, he’ll oversee Univision Puerto Rico which includes Univision Canal 11 and its second broadcast station in Puerto Rico, Tele Isla Canal 7, as […]

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Breaking: Univision Puerto Rico eliminates newscasts in restructuring, lays off 100+

Breaking: Univision Puerto Rico eliminates newscasts in restructuring, lays off 100+

17 October 2014

Univision Puerto Rico today announced it’s shutting down all of its departments, including news operations, effectively cancelling all local newscasts. That means 109 people are out of a job, according to the journalism union UPAGRA. Laid off reporters went on social media to report that they’re out of a job and that Univision Canal 11 […]

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AP’s Armario leaves Miami for L.A. bureau

AP’s Armario leaves Miami for L.A. bureau

17 October 2014

Christine Armario, who has been a reporter for The Associated Press in Miami since 2009, is heading out to California. Her last day at the Miami bureau is November 7. She starts in the AP’s Los Angeles bureau Nov. 24. She’ll be focusing on education reporting, while contributing to other topics and breaking news. Christine joined the […]

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Torres moves to KTDO

Torres moves to KTDO

17 October 2014

Gabriel Torres is leaving KVDA 60, where he is reporter, segment host, writer and editor. His last day at the Telemundo station in San Antonio is October 22nd. He’s starting a new job as a reporter at KTDO Telemundo El Paso on November 3. Gabriel is proud to say he started his journalism career when […]

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Yapor named anchor at KVDA

Yapor named anchor at KVDA

17 October 2014

Karina Yapor will be joining the KVDA-60 news team as the station’s co-anchor for the 4:30, 5 and 10 pm weekday newscasts starting Monday, October 27. Karina will be arriving to Telemundo San Antonio from KTDO Telemundo El Paso, where she most recently worked as a multi-media journalist. She was part of the team that helped […]

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Pérez named VP/GM for Salem in Miami

Pérez named VP/GM for Salem in Miami

16 October 2014

Félix Pérez, who was General Manager of Univision Radio in New York until the company’s management restructuring in August, has landed a new job with Salem Communications, a Christian and conservative multimedia corporation that owns 63 stations in the top 25 media markets. Pérez will be VP and GM for Salem’s Miami cluster, replacing Jorge Guevara […]

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Necochea moves to Telemundo’s Houston bureau

Necochea moves to Telemundo’s Houston bureau

16 October 2014

Emmy-award winning videojournalist David Necochea has left WSCV 51 to take a job with Telemundo network out of Houston. David will be teamed up with correspondent Iván Taylor, who until last Sunday, was a weekend anchor/reporter for Telemundo New York. David had been working at WSCV since December of 2006, where he has picked up […]

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Pérez promoted at Destination America

Pérez promoted at Destination America

15 October 2014

Caroline Pérez has moved up the ranks at the Discovery-owned Destination America channel. She has been promoted from Senior Director to Vice President, Production and Development. Caroline, who is based in New York, has been with Destination America since 2011, developing and executive producing top performing series on the network including “Mountain Monsters” and “Railroad […]

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mun2 names Dobrow VP of Communication

mun2 names Dobrow VP of Communication

15 October 2014

mun2 announced today that it has named Peter Dobrow VP of Communications for the cable network. Dobrow will report to Ruben Mendiola, President of mun2. In this role, he’ll work closely with the network’s leadership and Alfredo Richard, SVP, Corporate Communications at Hispanic Enterprises and Content, NBCUniversal, to develop and execute strategic communications plans including […]

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I'm an Emmy award-winning bilingual journalist and a former president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. I've worked as an on-air reporter in Spanish and English-language television news 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 and was West Coast Web Editor for impreMedia Digital. I'm also a freelance writer, reporter and producer, and a columnist for Poder Hispanic magazine. I founded Media Moves in June of 2007.